Beverley's popular Potting Shed to open new bar in Leeds Trinity

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 11 May 2017

Beverley's Potting Shed is to open a new bar and rooftop restaurant at Trinity Leeds.

The popular gastropub in Flemingate will take over the 15,000 sq ft development on the top floor of the shopping centre and will feature a 2,500 sq ft decked rooftop terrace.

Allan Harper, chief executive for Potting Shed owners Burning Night Group, said: "The Potting Shed is a truly home-grown Yorkshire brand and signing this sought-after rooftop space at Trinity Leeds is perfect for us.

"Trinity is now synonymous with the city and we're excited to be a part of, and expand on, the centre's already illustrious reputation as a Leeds institution.

"We know the city well, because we already own a Bierkeller Entertainment Complex here, and the Potting Shed and Secret Garden will give people the chance to experience and enjoy a different side of our business."

Meanwhile, the Beverley bar has recently had a huge outdoor television screen installed ahead of a summer of sport.

The giant 3.5m x 1.5m screen will be showing all the major sporting highlights right through the year, starting with the FA Cup Final.

General manager Matthew Bordewijk is pictured with the bar's new big screen

Fans will be able to watch all the action in the gardens as Chelsea take on Arsenal in the final on the evening of Saturday May 27.

General manager Matthew Bordewijk said: "We have a lot of customers who love sports, especially football and rugby, and having the huge screen will allow us to put on events outside in the garden. We expect it to be most popular at weekends for live football, but we'll also be showing all the other major live sports too.

"There's so much coming up and hopefully we'll get some nice warm days and evenings to watch it all in – although our screen is an all-weather stadium-style one so it will be fine even if it rains.

"Once the football season is over, we'll be looking ahead to Wimbledon in the first two weeks of July. That's one of those events that everyone likes to watch in the sun, so we expect the gardens to be full of tennis fans and we might even serve up some strawberries to create the full Wimbledon experience."

The Potting Shed website will keep customers up to date with big matches and games to look out for.

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