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October 13th, 2016


The Broadway BID is excited to welcome Leopold’s Tavern to the street!

Located just off Broadway in the Empyreal Building (616 10 Street East – currently home to Brainsport), Leopold’s is the district’s newest restaurant to open its doors. While the neighbourhood pub may be new to Broadway, Leopold’s Tavern is a house hold name in Regina and beloved my many. With three locations in the city (i.e. Albert Street, East Regina, North Regina), Leopold’s has built a brand that celebrates the classic juke bar atmosphere that’s enjoyed by friends and community members alike.

Possessing a dedicated customer base in both its downtown location and suburban pubs, Leopold’s Hospitality Group decided it was time to open up shop in Saskatoon. Looking for a small, intimate space for their newest venture in Regina’s neighbouring city, the former Duck Duck Goose space off Broadway seemed like a perfect fit. With a few interior alterations, Saskatoon’s first Leopold’s Tavern opened for business on Friday October, 7th. Serving up a variety of beers on tap and classic pub eats with a twist (a must try is the Cheeseburger Poutine!), Leopold’s has something for everyone. The Broadway BID staff attended the pub’s soft launch prior to its official opening and were greeted with warm smiles, delicious food, and limited edition Leopold/Broadway t-shirts!

Serving lunch, dinner, drinks and late night snacks, Leopold’s is open from 11 am to 2pm, seven days a week (and the kitchen is open till close)! The neighbourhood pub also offers daily specials throughout the week, including Monday Bacon Night ($6 buckets of bacon), Taco Tuesday ($3 tacos), and Leo’s Wing Wednesdays (between 3pm and 4pm $3 lbs of wings, between 4pm and 5pm $4 lbs of wings, between 5pm and 6pm $5 lbs of wings, and between 6pm and close $6 lbs of wings)!

It’s safe to say that Broadway’s newest addition will become a local haunt for many!

For most information on Broadway’s newest addition, take a second to check out Leopold’s lively socials: