About Leeds Public House
In 1834, 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 brunch, lunch and dinner, our menu includes localy-sources 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.
Hours: Weds-Sun 11am-midnight
Credit Cards Accepted