Leeds Public House
About Leeds Public House
In 1835, Daniel Leeds emigrated to Michigan City with his family, and established the frontier's first area hospital-the Leeds building. First constructed in 1837 and rebuilt in 1903, the historic Leeds building today is home to Leeds Public House - a modern gastropub with a welcoming environment for all Michigan city residents.
Located on the corner of Fourth and Franklin streets downtown, the 116 year old building has been completely renovated, includes indoor and outdoor bars, a completely refurbished patio for group dining, and a fire pit to sit and relax with family and friends. Open for lunch and dinner, our menu includes locally-sourced ingredients, 14 beers on tap, local and imported wines, and craft cocktails.
The late Anthony Bourdain famously said, "You learn a lot about someone when you share a meal together." We couldn't agree more.
Welcome to Michigan City's Historic District. Welcome to Leeds Public House.