Popular Leeds sports bar, Brotherhood, set to reopen following huge £500k refurbishment

Set to reopen next month.

Celebrating its 10th year trading, The Brotherhood sports bar has reinvented its New Briggate venue with a massive makeover and new menu.

If you’ve ever caught a game of football (or any other sporting event) in town, then it’s most likely you’ve ventured into The Brotherhood on New Briggate.

And now, the viewing experience is set to get a whole lot better as the popular venue is undergoing a major refurbishment.

The Brotherhood, which quickly established itself as a trailblazer on the UK sports bar scene back in 2014, focuses on a no-frills approach to sports bar culture and believes in great sport, great drinks and great people.

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With the help of AXI Interior Design, the two-floor venue has been transformed
into a warm and inviting space that channels a vintage gentleman’s club, with plenty of
retro sporting nods throughout. 

A pint of beer from The Brotherhood.
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Of course, Brotherhood’s dazzling new look includes several huge screens, new lighting and a powerful sound system to make your sport viewing as pleasurable as possible.

The Brotherhood’s female bar owner, Seema Dhiman will also be unveiling a new food
and drink menu, which is heavily inspired by iconic sporting legends and events from
days gone by.

The First XI cocktail collection includes proven winners with classics such as a Negroni and a Long Island Iced Tea.

Food and drink from The Brotherhood.
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Dhiman said: “Its been a fantastic 10 years, and I am really excited about the next chapter and era, we have got fabulous plans and I believe I have created a superb environment for all Yorkshire sports fans.”

The Brotherhood is set to reopen on Friday 2 February which perfectly coincides with the Euros, the Six Nations, Fury Vs Usyk and the Super Bowl all heading to Brotherhood’s screens over the coming months.

Bookings are now open, and you can book your table here.

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Featured image – The Brotherhood

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