Sheffield’s much loved vegan joint Make No Bones have moved into Kelham Island bar, The Old Workshop, just a few minutes walk from their former home.
Having left Church: Temple of Fun during lockdown they have been busy stocking Waitrose with their vegan brioche buns and launching Saucy, their takeaway spot on Abbeydale Road.
Over the last few weeks Make No Bones have been teasing followers with some ‘coming soon’ snaps of old favourites and additions to their new menu on social media.
Make No Bones first gained their popularity when they began serving up vegan takes on fast food in their Chesterfield Road spot back in 2013 before moving into Church’s kitchen when they opened in 2018.
The Old Workshop on Hicks Street announced that it will be reopening soon having being closed since lockdown was enforced in March. When the bar initially opened in 2017 it did have a kitchen however it became a key part of Kelham’s drinking scene and it isn’t big enough to be both a bustling bar and a place to chill with food, especially on a Friday night.
With COVID-19 and social distancing measures in place this new partnership will no doubt be a huge success for all, particularly for vegans who’ve been missing their Make No Bones fix over the last few months.
The Old Workshop is now a 100% vegan venue (inc. the bar with craft beer, wines, spirits & cocktails) and will be open Wednesday & Thursdays (12pm – 11pm), Friday & Saturday (12pm – 12am) and Sunday (12pm – 9pm).
Check out all of the Sheffield independents who have extended the Eat Out to Help Out scheme in September here.
Photo: Make No Bones Facebook
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