Whether you head to the games room or check out the 70s social club-styled main space, this place is wall-to-wall nostalgia with vinyl patterned floors, wood cladding and maroon stage curtains. Better yet, Neepsend Social Club and Canteen has a beer garden to boot and The Gravy Train Poutine are serving up fried chicken alongside the Canadian classic.
Best Bars In Sheffield
It's no surprise that Sheffield's bar scene is currently thriving. The past decade has seen the nightlife landscape expand dramatically and now the city boasts some of the most exciting going-out spots in the North of England. Everyone's got their favourites though, and we're no different. We've sorted through the many fantastic watering holes, from the places for top tier craft beer, to award-winning cocktail basements, and put together our own round-up of the best bars in Sheffield.
Last updated on 16th August 2023
A traditional pub just a short walk from Ecclesall Road, The Lescar has got classic comfort down to a fine art. The friendly neighbourhood bar offers the perfect location for a post-work chinwag and sipping down some fresh-pulled pints, as well as a place to catch live music and comedy.
Housed in the former Abbeydale Theatre, this unique bar and restaurant is the ultimate social hub for those who like a pint and a bit of ping pong. Alongside their top-notch craft beer selection, you'll find great cocktails and a menu of Italian street eats.
One of the most iconic live music pubs in Sheffield, this city centre watering hole has had more than its fair share in terms of local history. Formerly a stomping ground for the likes of Pulp and The Human League, these days The Washington hosts some of the most exciting new acts and DJs on the scene.
Sat in the heart of Sharrow, this Ecclesall Road bar is home to some sensational drinks. From classic cocktails to their signature selection, Monk is covering all taste bases whether you're in the mood for a casual kir royale, or a Kraken-laced Beast of Bakewell.