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Revolution Call Lane Review Student Night
Posted by:
Jade Mcassey
Date:
02nd Nov 2015

Revolutions Call Lane Tuesday Review

 

Tuesday night, looking for the perfect place to pre-drink or just somewhere you can have one or maybe two Tuesday temptations? Revolutions definitely sparks flames for me. A quirky bar tucked right away in the city centre of Leeds’s most famous bar strip ‘Call Lane’, it never fails to impress. Attracting a large amount of students, casual families and some of the business/working class, Rev’s can offer a little something for everyone.

With the initiative idea of the Privilege Card. It is a life saver when it comes to keeping them extra pounds in the bank, or just having double the amount of alcohol for free! With the offers ranging from 2-4-1 cocktails, discount on spirits and even vodka shots. Along with this the card even offers discount from the food menu if you fancied a bite to eat! But every Revolutions bar across the country has the Privilege card, so what makes my trips to Call Lane stand out from everywhere else? Simple Really, out of all the Bars I’ve visited in Leeds, for example – The Alchemist, Bierkeller, All Bar One and even Revolutions Electric Press the bar staff not only work hard but they make entertainment in everything they do, making the ‘going out’ experience exciting. The bar staff have always given me 100% service whilst entertaining me with dancing, singing or simply just the joy of watching a cocktail being made. 
When it comes to a Friday or Saturday night it’s as If the staff are there to join the party, which makes the experience more pleasurable.

The reason my blog is written on a Tuesday night at Revolutions is because of the 'Junk Trunk’ event they hold, which the Revolutions staff are also keen to be a part of. With two big suitcases full of vintage clothes and accessories, you’re free to dress up, with a professional photographer ready to take pictures of you. But along with this an appealing offer is the free shot you get at the end of it, the more pictures the more shots. It’s a great laugh for those wanting to dress up or simply looking for an excuse to get drunk! #

The only down fall I picked up on was the hygiene within the Ladies toilets on that night, missing toilet roll and a lot of unclean cubicles. For someone like me this didn’t ruin my thoughts on the reputation of the place, but for others this could be seen as a massive put off! Besides this with the great experience I continue to have at Revolutions I have the intention on returning again!

It’s an 8/10 rating for me.

Favourite cocktail- Pornstar Martini

Dress code- Casual

After party- Hifi’s student night 'MixTape’ 

 


Victoria PavlovaJade Mcassey

Public Relations Assistant
Cocktail of choice: Passion fruit Mojito
Favourite bar/club: Back Room, Leeds
Loves: Dancing.

 

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