Whether you’re starting your day with a hearty breakfast in a cafe, grabbing coffee and street food on the move, or looking for restaurants and pubs to relax and refuel in the evening, you’ll never be far from the best food and drink in Sheffield.

Head to these Sheffield hangouts at the end of a day’s adventure, and if you’ve got chalk on your hands or a mud splattered face, it’s likely that you won’t be alone.

Hang out with the climbers at the Brothers Arms, The Broadfield, The Sheaf View, Picture House Social, and The Lescar. Seek out the skate and MTB crowd at The Gardener’s Rest, Church Temple of Fun, and The Old Workshop. Cyclists are usually found at Bragazzis, Amici & Bici, The Norfolk Arms, and the Hidden Gem Cafe. If you get chatting, the chances are you’ll pick up tips from the locals on where to go tomorrow.

Breakfast

A good breakfast sets you up for the day. From a full-on Full English to delicious pastries, head to Made By Jonty, Four Corners Cafe, Tamper, Steam Yard, or The Depot Bakery.

Snacks and Street Food  

Sometimes you need food fast. If you’re on the move and want tasty, healthy food to keep you going head to Street Food Chef, Just Falaffs, Cutlery Works, or Humpit.

Coffee 

Coffee is the fuel of adventure, and we’re never short of a caffeine hit. Coffee lovers should check out Tamper, The Depot Bakery, Grind Cafe, Birdhouse Cafe, Made By Jonty or the Steam Yard, to name just a few.

Real Ale Pubs 

After hours spent outdoors there’s nothing better than reliving the day’s excitement over a drink, and the relaxed atmosphere of a real ale pub is the perfect place to stop off before heading home to clean up. Look out for local breweries Kelham Island, Abbeydale, and Thornbridge alongside too many micro-breweries to name. If craft ales are to your taste, tap into The Fat Cat, The Broadfield, Rising Sun, The Bath Hotel, and The Cricket Inn Totley.

Artisan Food

After a day of adventure, Sheffield folk feel we’ve earned our flavoursome food, and whatever your taste there’ll be something for you. Traditional dishes include beer battered fish & chips, and pie and pint, but we’re never restricted to the old favourites. For delicious creative food with influences from around the world head to food halls at Cutlery Works, Kommune, or Peddler Night Market.

Vegan and Vegetarian  

Vegetarians and vegans are spoiled for choice in Sheffield. A number of specialist restaurants offer the very best plant-based dishes, and a growing number of restaurants offer vegan and meat free options. Hungry vegans should head to Church Temple of Fun for incredible burgers, the Blue Moon Cafe, Just Falaffs, Pom Cafe for sweet treats, and Shed at Cutlery Works.

From sunrise to sunset, you’ll find delicious food and drink to keep you fuelled. We’ve suggested a few that we’ve tried and tested, but of course you’ll want to explore and find your own favourite foodie hangouts. Go for a wander when you’re hungry and see what takes your fancy on Ecclesall Road (S11), Abbeydale Road (S7), London Road (S2), Sharrow Vale Road (S11), Burton Road/Neepsend Lane (S3), or Division Street (S1).

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