Adorned with skulls, black paint, and a skeleton-adorned coffin built into the basement bar, Bad Apples Rock bar is all about the heavier side of music. A great place for listening to everything from Rock and Metal to Hard Rock and Hardcore, attracting folks from every generation - from the older end of Black Sabbath lovers to groups of young people who just fancy a change from mainstream Dance clubs.
Main focus of Bad Apples is cocktails that all link into its musical niche. You can have anything from a Deep Purple Flirt to a Planet Caravan. There’s also a broad range of wines as well as bottled beers and ciders.
Of course, live music is also provided.
Bad Apples (Photo by Birgit Bachmeier & Stefan Ramsthaler)
Bad Apples Leeds (Photo by Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
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