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10 of the best bars in Sheffield

PUBLISHED: 20:12 11 June 2015 | UPDATED: 13:24 19 January 2016

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If you are planning a night out in the Steel City or just meeting friends for a few drinks here are a few places that might fit the bill

All Bar One, Sheffield
This is a stylish city centre bar, some of the decor and the menus designs were created in collaboration with local artist Rhianna Ellington. Joining the Cocktail Society allows you to try the members-only monthly cocktail.
13-15 Leopold Street, Sheffield, S1 2GY 0114 275 3423
www.allbarone.co.uk/all-bar-one-sheffield

Revolucion de Cuba
Revolucion de Cuba has turned an old tram shed in the centre of Sheffield into a Cuban style bar. Its Cubantheme cocktails are very much rumbased with a good selection of fruity mojitos on the menu.
1 Mappin Street, S1 4DT; 0114 2799250
www.revoluciondecuba.com/bar/sheffield

Brew Dog
It started out in Aberdeen in 2010 and Sheffield Brew Dog is now one of nineteen bars in the UKserving its own carefully brewed beer.
Units 5 and 6 Eldon Court, 108-110 Devonshire Street, Sheffield, S3 7SF
www.brewdog.com/bars/uk/sheffield

 

 

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Soyo
Soyo is formerly a Methodist church but now one of the most popular destinations on the Sheffield nightlife scene. If cocktails are you thing then this is probably the place for you with its range of signature, classic and 90’s Martini menus.
117 Rockingham Street, Sheffield S1 4EBp 0114 276 7552
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The Common Room
This American style watering hole serves its renowned pit grill BBQ, has over 50 HD TVs to watch your favourite matches all at once and is fully equipped with fullsize American pool tables. Rather more sporty than glitzy. Perhaps the clue’s in the name.
1st Floor, The Forum, 127-129 Devonshire Street, Sheffield S3 7SB 0114 280 8221
www.common-room.co.uk

The Forum Café and Bar
This bar showcases work from local Sheffield artists and supports Sheffield University Fine Arts students. It has a vast drinks menu including a range of interesting in-house creations such as the ‘Gingerbread Old Fashioned’, a twist on the original with the addition of gingerbread syrup.
127-129 Devonshire Street, Sheffield, S3 7SB (0114) 2720569
www.forumsheffield.co.uk

The Wick at Both Ends
A comfortable and relaxed space, The Wick at Both Ends is a musicled bar serving a large selection of cocktails, beers and an appetising food menu. The real attraction here is its DIY Bellini’s.
149-151 West St, Sheffield, South Yorks S1 4EW 0114 272 3039
thewickatbothends.co.uk

Browns Brasserie & Bar
Overlooking the Peace Gardens, Browns Brasserie & Bar is a tranquil spot in the city centre for a few drinks. Choose from a series of refreshing drinks including cocktails, champagnes and classic champagne cocktails such as French 75, King’s Royale and Grand Mimosa.
St. Paul’s Chambers, 8-12 St. Pauls Parade, Sheffield S1 2JL, England; 0114 276 6710
www.browns-restaurants.co.uk/locations/sheffield

Bloo 88
Bloo 88, formerly the Hallamshire Hotel and iconic music venue, is now a stylish modern day pizzeria and bar. There is a decent cocktail list broken down into Long, Short and Very Short categories.
182 West St, Sheffield S1 4ET; 0114 270 6264
www.bloo88.com

 

 

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Daisy's
The newest addition to the Sheffield nightlife scene, Daisy's is a table service cocktail bar located on the top floor of the Great Gatsby.
As with its parent bar downstairs, they do have a large cocktail menu although it is only open on Friday and Saturday nights.
73-75 Division Street, Sheffield, S1 4GE 0114 273 1050
www.thegatsbybar.co.uk/daisys.php

 

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