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 Eat, Drink, Shop

Stroll around the Gallery’s collections of paintings and sculptures, enjoy tea and refreshments in the Tiled Hall Café, coffee and cakes in the Barista style 'Brewbar' and enjoy browsing our exquisite gifts and souvenirs in the gallery shop.

Shop & Barista style 'Brewbar'

Our shop offers visitors a wide range of exclusive luxury gifts and souvenirs to choose from including artisan crafted designer jewellery, kitchen textiles, ceramics, stationery and books and an exciting range of take away artwork. 

The gift shop exclusively stocks a new and fantastic range of bespoke silk scarves that were inspired by the collections and Leeds architecture. Other exciting products include Hot new designer  Rory Dobner ceramics and textiles, Artisan jewellery designer, Janine Barnsley a wide range of Alessi and quirky handmade glass owls and jewellery by Louise Nelson.

Why not complete your retail therapy with a visit our new designer Barista style café 'Brewbar' and enjoy a birthday blend of coffee and a delicious cake.

"I didn't realise there was such an exciting shop so close to where I work, I will certainly be back to do some shopping! It really is wonderful", Leeds Lord Mayor.

Tiled Hall Cafe

In the 1950s and 60s the original features of the Tiled Hall were covered with shelving but now the beautiful features have been exposed to uncover this delightful space. The tiled hall is 80ft long by 40ft wide.

This wonderful room now houses the new Tiled hall cafe. With tall panel windows the room is often bathed in daylight and has a light and airy feel. Visit the cafe to enjoy a range of hot and cold refreshments with a Yorkshire theme.

The Craft Centre & Design Gallery

Established in 1982, The Craft Centre & Design Gallery was set up with the intention to increase public awareness of handcrafted contemporary design, to make these pieces available for sale and to foster an appreciation through supportive information and knowledgeable members of staff.

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