Opened in November 2014, The Record Café brought the independent record shop back to Bradford city centre and paired it with the best local and world beers and great food. The result was vinyl, ale and ham.

The mezzanine level record shop stocks the latest vinyl records, released every Friday, and with classic ‘must own’ albums. Have a browse through the shelves or preorder online to click and collect.

The bar hosts four cask ales and seven keg lines, rotated from the most talked about, exciting new breweries locally and worldwide. Alongside 40 bottles and cans in the fridge concentrating on sour and dark beers that benefit the most from cellaring. Whist the charcuterie counter offers hand-carved Jamón Ibérico, acorn-fed ‘black-foot’ Iberian hand-stuffed sausages, cheese, olives and Edward Street Bakery sourdough bread.

Regular events include a music quiz every Thursday, monthly laid-back jazz DJ sets from DigJazz and spoken word nights. Plus the odd gig. Proud to be Bradford CAMRA Pub of the Year 2017.

Address & Contact

Address:

45-47 North Parade, Bradford BD1 3JH

Telephone:

Opening Hours

Monday

11am-11pm

Tuesday

11am-11pm

Wednesday

11am-11pm

Thursday

11am-11pm

Friday

11am-Midnight

Saturday

11am-Midnight

Sunday

12pm-11pm