Beer Engine

Quench your thirst with everything from craft beer, continental lager and real ale to an extensive range of spirits, plus there's meat, veggie and vegan options on the tapas menu.

Brass Monkey

Located in the heart of Hillsborough Sheffield, Brass Monkey is a Craft Beer and Artisan Gin bar.

Bungalows & Bears

One of Sheffield's unique strangely-named places, Bungalows and Bears has been a staple for good food, good drink and good music for over a decade.

Cross Scythes, Totley

The Cross Scythes is a well loved pub with locals (and has won several awards) but is also an ideal spot for exploring the Peak District as it sits literally right on the edge of Blackamoor and the city, and they have a few homely rooms that you can spend a few nights in. Local beer, a varied and accommodating menu and plenty of space make it a great choice for groups and families.

Cutlery Works

The largest food hall in the North of England, Cutlery Works is over two floors featuring a mixture of permanent and semi-permanent unique and independent restaurants, communal dining spaces, bars and coffee roasters.

Damhouse Bar & Restaurant

The damhouse Sheffield is set within the tranquil surroundings of Crookes Valley Park and offers fantastic food, superb drinks and a welcoming atmosphere. It prides itself on offering great value for money but maintaining a high quality menu, modern décor and always helpful, friendly staff.

Dead Donkey

A great neighbourhood bar serving craft beer, excellent wine, stonking spirits and cocktails - plus some tasty scram too.

Dog & Partridge

The Dog & Partridge is a cosy, dog friendly, Free House in Sheffield city centre with a large selection of Irish whiskeys, spirits, cask ales and craft beers available.


Fagan's, formerly the Barrel Inn, is one of the oldest licensed premises in Sheffield, and is known across the World for it's traditional music sessions.


A cosy drinking venue in Neepsend, Grafters is a container bar boasting a spacious outdoor garden with heating and covered seating areas. Serving cask, keg and bottled delights alongside a carefully selected range of hand picked spirits and mixers.

Harrisons 1854

Harrisons 1854 offers you a relaxed spot for good drinks, good chat and a friendly atmosphere. You can find them on Regent Terrace, just off Glossop Road and a few steps from the crowds of West Street. Look for the big purple building and the twinkling lights!

Heist Brew Co.

Heist Brewery have converted this former factory into an airy, bright taproom and bar. With over 30 beers on tap (plus 100 in cans and bottles), wine, spirits and retro soft drinks, arcade games and shuffleboard, plus Slap & Pickle serving up their signature burgers.

Industry Tap

Tap bar and bottle shop, Industry Tap pride themselves on providing a wide variety of excellent craft beers, with 21 lines showcasing rotating guest brews from Sheffield and beyond.


A DIY independent beer specialist on the busy end of London Road, Jabbarwocky is a bar where you'll find craft beer, cocktails & good spirits.

Kelham Island Tavern

With carved wooden bar, tiled floors and leafy beer garden, this is a proper pub with a renowned wide range of real ales that changes all the time- so there's always something new to sup.


The Pangolin is a craft beer specialist in Hillsborough that is well loved (and highly rated) by those who know. They have a bottle shop but also a tap room and have a range of wines and spirits to go with the events they frequently put on.

Perch Brewhouse

This Sheffield based brew-pub is the tap room of the Dead Parrot brewery featuring their beers and guests beers.

Picture House Social

Down the stairs, under the old Abbeydale Picture House building, you'll find a bar, canteen, rear terrace, Shuffle Shack and live music venue.

Portland House

A very well designed micro pub along Ecclesall Road, The Portland House somehow packs an awful lot of choice into a small space. Focussed on craft beer, but with spirits and all sorts else to go at too.


One of Sheffield’s oldest and finest traditional pubs. Still standing from the 1830s, it oozes character and charisma, whilst also offering an excellent selection of real ales, wines and a very fine rum menu to top it off.

Sheaf View

The Sheaf View is what many would call a proper pub. Much larger than it would seem from the outside, you'll find a real mix of folks from hardened ale fanatics to climbers and hipsters. Always with a great atmosphere, you'll find it easy to get to meet new folks here and you'll wonder why all pubs can't be this good.

Sheffield Tap

A gateway to the city's prolific beer scene, the Tap's bar offers a huge choice of beer sourced from across the globe, plus they even have their own on-site microbrewery “Tapped Brew Co.” brewing weekly, with the latest freshest beer available from their bar.

Ship Inn

A proper boozer in Kelham Island, family and dog friendly.

St Mars of the Desert

The Brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert was inspired by the earliest “craft breweries” of Europe: that first generation making beers in disused 19th century breweries with a pioneering spirit, unmoving passion and an almost avant-garde creativity. They relocated from Boston, Massachusetts to the city of Sheffield to make this dream a reality and haven’t looked back once.

The Ale Club

The Ale Club are tap rooms for the Brew Foundation brewery. There's the original one on Ecclesall Road, which also operates as a bottle shop, and a newer one in Fulwood that might just be the smallest pub in Sheffield (did someone say nano pub?). Whichever you fancy, they serve tasty beer in a great atmosphere.

The Bar Stewards

The Bar Stewards is a small independent craft beer pub in the West Bar area of Sheffield, close to Kelham Island, directly opposite Shakespeare's pub.

The Bear

The Bear is a beer emporium on London Road that also doubles as a micro pub come tap room.

The Beer House

Micropub with a capacity for about 40 people across two small rooms. The front room has level access from the street and contains the bar with 6 handpumps with an ever changing range of real ales. A locally brewed draught lager and interesting bottled beer range also feature and quality wines & spirits from the local specialist off licence.

The Blind Monkey

Built-in 1846 the building was originally a grocery shop where locals sold bottled beer that could be refilled. In 1977, it became the Firwood Cottage where it was modernized as a Tetley house. Re-born as the Blind Monkey in May 2018, several original features have been retained, including the Victorian façade and the fireplace in the bar. A warm welcome awaits as well as real ales and much more including ample outside tables and covered heated spaces.

The Blue Stoops

The Blue Stoops is a real treasure, celebrated for its friendly team, stunning interiors, range of drinks and seasonal menus that are full of locally sourced produce.

The Boston Arms

Micro pub on Woodseats high-street, serving coffee by day and a fantastic selection of beer/cocktails in the evening.

The Botanist

Sheffield’s magical wonderland, offering a load of botanical cocktails, craft beers and ales, champagne and wine. With food inspired by the deli, rotisserie and BBQ. Live music is often part of the atmosphere in this busy and popular venue.

The British Oak

A beautiful suburban pub in Mosborough, open seven days a week, serving traditional British food with a twist, alongside six rotating ale pumps, and a large selection of gins; from fruit, dry, citrus to their very own Sheffield Dry Gin.

The Broadfield

The Broadfield are passionate about food & drink and strive to bring you the best offerings in both, plus a great atmosphere to enjoy them in.

The Centre Spot

The Centre Spot is a local community pub but everyone and anyone is welcome.

The Common Room

Located on popular Division Street, The Common Room has been one of Sheffield's favourite sports bars for many years. With 11 full size American pool tables, ping pong, beer pong, PlayStation, and over 50 giant TV screens showing the latest sporting events, it's a great place for groups.

The Cremorne

The Cremorne, London Road, is an early nineteenth century pub. As a former coaching house, the pub features a gated archway to the side and more buildings to the rear. It is 300 metres from Bramall Lane. A busy, friendly pub at the heart of London Road with a great range of real ales and drinks as well as fab pizzas. They also have a load of live music, open mic nights, and general late night revelry.

The Cricket Inn

The Cricket has long been regarded as one of South West Sheffield’s favourite pubs, with great food and beer in an idyllic location at the foot of Blackamoor.

The Cross Scythes

A warm welcome awaits you at the new Cross Scythes, featuring a range of beers including favourites from Thornbridge. Bar snacks available every day including Thornbridge ale pie, peas and chips plus hot roast pork sandwiches on Saturday lunchtimes. Regular quiz nights on Mondays at 9pm. The Parlour room is available for family events. Children and dogs very welcome.

The Dark Horse

A neighbourhood bar for everyone, serving great beer, wine and cocktails in Banner Cross. They also have vegan burgers and other bites to eat courtesy of Slap & Pickle.

The Doctor's Orders

An independent pub a stones throw away from Sheffield city centre, Hallamshire hospitals & Sheffield University, this busy pub has a constant happy vibe, cheery staff, and is popular haunt for students.

The Fat Cat

Renowned for its quality real ales, traditional pub atmosphere and industrial setting, in the heart of Kelham Island.

The Foresters

The Foresters lies at the heart of Division Street, where history and nightlife converge. Most recently known as Gatsby, this establishment has seen the ebb and flow of Sheffield's social scene since 1828.

The Fox House & Hathersage Lodge

Located right on the Sheffield boundary, atop Burbage Edge, The Fox House is the ideal base for walkers and explorers. Dating back to 1773, it includes nine characterful rooms, a great menu of seasonal pub food dishes, and a great selection of cask-ales and wines. It's a great spot to relax, unwind, dine or grab a comfortable nights sleep, in a warm, welcoming atmosphere. 

The Frog & Parrot

A quirky little pub sat in the cosmopolitan Devonshire Quarter. The venue has music stamped all over it and key events feature live bands and guest DJs. 

The Gardeners Rest

The Gardeners Rest is a community run pub in Neepsend, Sheffield. They pride themselves on the high quality of the beer selection and the regular arts and musical events held in the pub.

The Grapes

The Grapes Sheffield is a traditional pub that is independently owned. The Grapes enjoys many original architectural features and has a unique spirit and ambience.

The Green Room

One of Sheffield's many independent bars on Division Street in the centre of town, The Green Room is a weekend staple but with plenty happening in the week too. Great drinks, food and music, in a laid back atmosphere.

The Greystones

The Greystones is a welcoming, traditional community pub where people of all ages can enjoy a great range of drinks in comfortable surroundings, as well as see fantastic music and other events.

The Hallamshire House

Another excellent Thornbridge brewery pub, The Hallamshire House in Crookesmoor has a fantastic, traditional setting - complete with full size snooker table - but with loads of great live music and other entertainment events, as well as great food and cosy areas to settle in.

The Head of Steam

Cask and craft ale, live music and food aplenty, The Head of Steam sits proudly in the centre of Sheffield right on Tudor Square where you'll find the theatres, Winter Garden and Millennium Gallery.

The Hillsborough Tap

Hillsborough Tap is a great local bar specialising in cask and craft ales alongside quality food, as well as a great selection of entertainment.

The Horse & Jockey

The Horse and Jockey’s ethos is to provide a friendly atmosphere, with amazing home cooked food, whilst serving up a fantastic range of locally brewed keg and cask beer.

The Howard

The Howard is a great local pub inside and out, with a fantastic Tudor exterior and an inviting and family friendly welcome inside. Based on Howard Street in Sheffield, we attract students, shoppers, lovers of live music and football fans amongst others. It is the perfect place to come and grab some tasty pub food with friends, and in the evening the Howard becomes a lively venue, taken over by DJs and regular live music.

The Itchy Pig

The Itchy Pig is a great a micropub, with good beer, games and bar snacks. With all this in mind, The Itchy Pig aims to bring you delicious ales from near and far in a place where you can catch up with friends old and new.

The Lescar

Combining the best in British pub hospitality with individuality, character and quirky charm, The Lescar is just a short stroll from the hustle bustle of Sheffield’s Ecclesall Road, and within easy reach of leafy Endcliffe Park. 

The Lost & Found

The Lost & Found is a botanically inspired venue that has taken root on Ecclesall Road. Cocktails, sumptuous food and great decor make this a fab place to get a drink on the way to or from the Botanical Gardens and Endcliffe Park, or hang out for the day in.

The Millowners Arms

The Millowners Arms is on the site of the Kelham Island Museum, meaning you've got amazing history plus a beautiful view all around you.

The Nags Head Inn

Bradfield Brewery's official brewery tap, with the brewery itself just a short stroll away, so you can count on getting the very freshest pints of this legendary Sheffield ale.

The Norfolk Arms

The Norfolk Arms sits right at the edge of the city with great views, making it a popular place for walkers and bikers in and around the Peak District (and runners, as it's the turning point at the top of the half marathon route!).

The Nottingham House

The Notty is a friendly pub located at the heart of Broomhill in Sheffield. They are student friendly and have many university sports clubs and associations using the pub as their base and meeting place. They have bands playing regularly on weekend evenings and quiz nights.

The Old Grindstone

The Old Grindstone serves a great range of lagers, craft beer, cocktails, and spirits and has an amazing Smokehouse food menu.

The Old Horns Inn

A stunning country pub situated in the heart of the beautiful village of High Bradfield, serving food and drinks in the pub and the outside terrace at the back of the pub.

The Old Red Lion

The Old Red Lion is a beautiful country style pub at the very edge of Grenoside. With plenty of rustic charm, some good food, and a great selection beers you can't be disappointed, especially if you've been out for a walk in nearby Greno Woods. Live music and events also take place here.

The Old Workshop

The Old Workshop is a fully vegan bar, with all their beers, wines, cocktails and other drinks suitable for vegans, including a constantly changing guest keg beer list.

The Original Bierkeller

A true German bierkeller and restaurant brings a slice of Munich culture and atmosphere straight into the centre of Sheffield. The Original Bierkeller is full of traditions from Steins to Oompah Bands, Bratwurst to Haxen and Lederhosen.

The Punch Bowl

A pub grub menu, Sunday roasts, quiz nights & guest ales in a cosy, traditional dog-friendly bar.

The Red Deer

Welcome to the Red Deer, a traditional pub in the heart of Sheffield city centre with a great beer garden, food menu and drinks selection.

The Rising Sun

This community pub is run by Abbeydale Brewery, one of the best craft and experimental breweries in the country, so you're guaranteed some excellent beer, a really warm (and dog friendly) welcome, and some top-notch grub from their kitchen too.

The Riverside

Situated alongside the River Don in Kelham Island, The Riverside is the perfect place to indulge in food and drink.

The Rutland Arms

Specialising in fine beers, boozes and tasty, freshly prepared food, The Rutland Arms welcomes everyone and anyone equally to enjoy themselves in good company so long as you adhere to the forbidden music board above the jukebox.

The Stag's Head

The Stag's Head, a popular Thornbridge Brewery pub, is a great community pub. They have an extensive with plenty of smaller plates for children, and a really spacious interior that is divided into different areas giving a great buzzy feel without being too overwhelming.

The Three Tuns

The Three Tuns is a great local, independent Sheffield pub. Its distinctive, stylish shape and reputation as Sheffield’s most haunted public house are great reasons to visit.

The Tickled Trout

At The Tickled Trout in where Dronfield meets Sheffield, at the edge of the Peak District, they know that great food and drink are vital when having a good time.

The University Arms

The real ale home within the University of Sheffield, The University Arms offers great drinks and a range of good old fashioned pub grub, as well as a decent sized beer garden for those summer days.

The Waggon & Horses

The Waggon & Horses is a great community pub nestled within Millhouses Park, serving great food and a wide selection of drinks. Make yourself at home in the tap room, bring along the family dog. Or book a table in the restaurant for a more traditional dining experience.

The Washington

The Washington is one of the spiritual homes of Sheffield’s music scene. Through the years they’ve all passed through; drinking, performing and perhaps even working behind the bar. From the glory years of The Limit when Pulp would meet there, to intimate gigs from Wet Nuns, The Washington has seen it all - and you will too if you visit.

The Wick at Both Ends

By day, The Wick is a safe haven, an entity of calm in the middle of a lively and fast-paced city - and at night it's a great place to meet the locals, soak up the vibes, and even have a boogie.

The York

The York has been serving home cooked food, fine wines and perfect ales to the masses since September 2010. You can make yourself at home in front of the open fire, grab a table amongst the curiosities or relax in the snug.

Three Merry Lads

The Three Merry Lads is just on the edge of the city on the way to Redmires reservoir, and also close by to Wyming Brook. They serve home cooked pub food and a good selection of beers - it's a popular choice for walkers, bikers and runners alike, as well as families.

Triple Point Brewery & Bar

Triple Point Brewery are a fantastic craft brewery and bar located 5 minutes from the train station. They brew everything on site, have great food provided by The Twisted Burger Company, and a really nice outdoor terrace - meaning it's a buzzy, lively venue that everyone can enjoy.

Two Sheds

A proper little neighbourhood micro pub and bottle shop in Crookes.

Two Thirds

Two Thirds is an independent craft beer bar and bottle shop with 16 rotating craft, draught beer lines from around the world and a giant beer fridge showcasing over 200 bottles & cans.