The former East of Arcadia pub in Meanwood was taken over by Whitelock’s Ale House earlier this year.
The pub has been shut for renovation, with the new owners adding a new bar and seating area and the capacity for up to 160 guests.
It will reopen on Saturday October 1 under a new name – the Meanwood Tavern.
We take a look inside the new-look boozer...
1. Meanwood Tavern
Dave Herbert, operations manager of Meanwood Tavern, Ed Mason, managing director Whitelock's and Meanwood Tavern, and James Newman, founder of Well Oiled. Photo: James Hardisty
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The team behind Whitelock’s Ale House and The Turk’s Head in Leeds city centre announced they had purchased the Meanwood Road pub in May Photo: James Hardisty
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It was the sister pub to the long-standing Arcadia bar in Headingley and was operated by Market Town Taverns. Photo: James Hardisty
4. Meanwood Tavern
The pub shut in September for a £150,000 renovation, adding a new bar and seating area and the capacity for up to 160 guests. Photo: James Hardisty