The popular Leeds bar Revolution Electric Press has undergone a £300,000 revamp that includes a whole new look inspired by fairgrounds as it celebrates its 15th birthday this year.
The new open-plan style for the venue includes new dining spaces, large sharing tables, a new heated courtyard, DJ booth and open plan dancefloor complete with a new lighting show.
There is 22 new cocktails added to the menu and a new kitchen transformation. Those wanting the VIP experience will not be left disappointed with the Leeds’ first-ever Ciroc Best Seat in the House area, which promises to take “ultra VIP to a new level”.
Revolution Electric Press is having a re-launch at the end of the month over 28th – 30th January weekend is planned from January 28 to 30.
Manager of Revolution Electric Press Manager, David Berry, said: “Revolution has been bringing the party to Leeds for over 15 years and we want to ensure we keep it fun for years to come with this refurbishment. We’ve always been a venue where you can drink, dine and dance all under one roof and with this new look and feel we’ll be carrying on the party well into the future.
“With a huge focus around our ever popular bottomless brunch offering and most ambitious cocktail menu to date, this new design will bring together the two things we’re famous for…. vodka and fun.
‘’We’ve also spent time reviewing our guests’ feedback and we know that they want great quality but getting it quickly so we’re extending and remodelling our bars to ensure we can increase our speed of service.
“This will allow them to spend less time at a bar and more time with their friends having a great time.
‘’I’m also so proud that we can bring you Leeds’ first-ever Ciroc Best Seat in the House, which will bring a new pre-bookable area which promises to make sure our guests feel right at the centre of any party! Join us for a new revolution in going out!’’