Next week is all about going back in doors at our favourite places again and we’re here for it but there’s also places fully opening up for the first time.
Here’s just a few faces we can’t wait wait to meet:
The Catch at SteelYard Kelham – Neepsend
There’s not enough fish restaurants in Sheffield, thankfully there’s 2 opening up, the first being The Catch at SteelYard Kelham. This converted shipping container will be the home of tasty looking food, fish is the main focus but there’s meat dishes on the menu too. A great addition to the SteelYard Kelham development.
The Chakra Lounge – City Centre
The Chakra Lounge has been open in Fitzalan Square since November, serving Indian – Britsh fusion flavours through tier systems and lockdowns but they are yet to welcome to welcome customers in…
Get Wurst at Two Thirds – Nether Edge
Sheffield’s much loved Berlin inspired street food traders Get Wurst have found their first home! The team have joined craft beer titans Two Thirds Beer Co. on Abbeydale Road so you can enjoy a tasty pint with some authentic German grub (we’re talking brat wursts, curry wursts & fries…).
Don’t worry, you’ll still be able to grab a bratty at events too…
Hemingways – City Centre
Pizza Express on Devonshire Street has gone but it has been replaced with something better, Hemingways is a casual, contemporary bar with a stunning cocktail list and the only hot stone in Sheffield for the perfectly cooked steak.
Downstairs you’ll find ROFL Comedy Club with some of the best comedians in the country performing each weekend.
Native – Shalesmoor
Native on Gibraltar Street is part of the J H Mann Specialist Fishmonger family from Sharrow Vale Road who also have a spot in Castlegate food hall, Kommune. Native is their first proper restaurant and if their other two places are anything to go-by we know this one is going to be special.
The Old House – City Centre
Ok, The Old House isn’t exactly ‘new’ but it will feel like a new place when it reopens as it has had a meat-free makeover. Yep, this iconic Devonshire Street pub is now 100% vegan, from its food to drinks, it’s fully plant-based, and yes, they’ll still have bangin’ roast dinners on a Sunday but all options will be vegan.
The Orange Bird – Hillsborough
Middlewood Road is blooming and The Orange Bird is one of the catalysts, even if it has only opened as a takeover so far. This place promises to be more than just another neighbourhood restaurant. Their purpose built indoor BBQ offers a menu unlike anywhere else in the city as does their experimental ice cream flavours.
The Pangolin – Hillsborough
Another reason for Middlewood Road’s growth is The Pangolin, a craft beer bottle shop with a small bar so you’ll be able to enjoy a fresh poured pint or two when you pop in for some cans.
Where will you be going?
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