Best Pubs In Sheffield

In a city known for its craft beer and cosy boozers it can be hard to decide exactly which one you'll bless with your presence; between snug sipping spots perfect for a few quiet pints with pals, and some of the city's best gastro-grub, you're often spoilt for choice when it comes to finding the perfect place to park yourself for an evening. To help narrow it down for you, we've rounded up the best pubs in Sheffield, so you know exactly where to head for bevs, bites and beer gardens.




Lescar Sheffield

17 user reviews 5

A traditional pub near Ecclesall Road, The Lescar provides the perfect backdrop to after-work drinks and relaxed weekend afternoons. With a top selection of local ales and craft brews to sip on, along with stellar roast dinners, it's an ideal spot if you're hoping for a post-walk pint after a trip around Endcliffe Park.

Housed in a former fire station, this great pub in Sheffield is a top spot if you're looking for craft beer, comfort grub and live music. Head over to Bungalows & Bears for the chance to sip on a selection of local and international pints, soaked up with burgers, sides or epic Sunday roasts.

One of the best pubs near Sheffield station, this old-school offering fronts a truly impressive line-up of craft beers. Head inside and make yourself comfy in one of their red leather booths and get ready to sample some of their excellent home-brewed pints, as well as sips from across the globe.

Riverside Kelham Island

18 user reviews 5

One of the finest pubs in the city, Riverside is offering you food, brews and views over the Don. Head over to this Kelham spot where you'll find a super range of quality craft beers from local producers, alongside a menu of comfort eats and one of the best beer gardens in Sheffield.

Home to one of the quirkiest beer gardens in Sheffield, The Gardeners Rest is a charming community pub with a big personality. Head over for a few pints on a sunny day, or make it an evening session with warming ales and live music.

If you live for loud music and affordable pints this Sheffield pub could be the one for you. Beloved by students, locals and visitors to the city, The Dove & Rainbow is a sure-fire way to spice up any night out. Head down during the week for chilled drinks and live bands, or get ready to headbang until the wee hours at one of their rock-heavy club events.

Offering some of the best pub grub in Sheffield, The Rutland Arms is a top spot if you're looking for rare pints and something tasty. An eye-catching building sat on the corner of Furnival and Brown Street, this cosy boozer fronts an ever-changing line-up of unique beers, a critically-acclaimed food menu and a working juke box.

One of the best bars on Abbeydale Road, Two Thirds are the craft connoisseurs you need on your radar. Alongside their excellent on-tap offering, you'll find some very exciting specimens filling their fridges, as well as a cool beer garden for sip sampling on sunnier days. 

A laidback pub in Sheffield, The Beer Engine promises a warm welcome whatever the occasion. Their bar offering features 12 keg lines of great craft sips, while their food menu promises a unique selection of hand-crafted tapas plates and a Sunday roast selection that will get your tummy rumbling.

One of the coolest and cosiest pubs in Sheffield, The Fat Cat is an iconic Kelham Island bar with an impressive history. Home to the Kelham Island brewery, its traditional atmosphere, pretty beer garden and top-notch pub grub have seen it scoop numerous awards.