Northern Monk To Open New Underground Beer & Food Hall Including Huge Burgers & More

Northern Monk To Open New Underground Beer & Food  Hall Including Huge Burgers & More

The Northern Market in Leeds is Northern Monk’s latest offering and will take over Assembly Underground on Great George Street in the city centre.

The Yorkshire brewery’s latest offering is set to be a combination of beer hall serving up their top notch beer from 10 tap lines and on-site beer tanks along with a bustling food market.

Along with Northern Monk’s classic beers, you can also enjoy a range of frozen cocktails in the summer months.

Credit: Northern Monk

The new Northern Market in Leeds city centre is set to open in November and has announced some food vendors which are Falafel Guys, Big Buns and Six Slice Pizza with more set to be announced.

The new underground beer spot will be a welcome addition to the city centre especially for those that love a craft beer.

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Northern Monk already have the Refectory taproom which opened back in 2014, which is located in The Old Flax Store on Marshall Street.

Credit: Big Buns

We imagine there will be some exciting revelations of the new market and beer hall over the coming months – and with the colder months coming we can’t wait to hideout underground with great beer and great grub.

Russell Bisset, Co-Founder of Northern Monk, said: “At Northern Monk we’re on a mission to create incredible beer experiences. If we do our job right, hopefully some of the best in the world. We’ve long harboured dreams of more Northern Monk venues where we can do just that, but the pandemic sadly pushed those back. 

“Our two current tap rooms are based in former textile mills where we’ve really celebrated their heritage and role in the North. The Northern Market sees us take on a 140-year-old Grade II listed building, directly opposite Leeds Town Hall in the heart of the city’s civic quarter. We can’t wait to give the building a new lease of life as the Northern Market, alongside our food vendors, while acknowledging its history and place in the city.” 

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