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 ideal for a few quiet drinks with pals, and some of the city's best gastro grub, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to finding the perfect place to park yourself for an evening. To help narrow it down, we've rounded up the top Sheffield pubs for your next pint.

Last updated on 11th July 2022




Beehive Sheffield

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One of the best pubs in Sheffield, Beehive is the perfect place if you like your pint with a side order of pool, darts and live music come the evening. And for when you get peckish? Juicy grilled burgers, battered fish 'n' chips and pies are ready to satisfy your stomach.

Housed in a former fire station, this great Sheffield pub is perfect if you're craving 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.

The Graduate, Sheffield

65 user reviews 4

Looking for pubs in Sheffield city centre? Cue The Graduate, which is offering up colourful interiors, gaming machines and pool tables. They offer daily deals too, including wing Wednesdays and pancake Tuesdays where you can bag yourself a bite for for 25p.

Lescar Sheffield

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Rustling up some of the best pub food in Sheffield, The Lescar is well worth a visit. With a top selection of local ales and craft brews to sip on, along with stellar roast dinners, it's an ideal choice if you're hoping for a post-walk pint after a trip around Endcliffe Park.

The Sheffield Tap is an old school offering fronting a truly impressive lineup of craft beers. Head inside to 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.

The Rutland Arms Sheffield is a top venue 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 lineup of unique beers, a critically-acclaimed food menu and a working jukebox.

One of the coolest and cosiest spots, The Fat Cat is an iconic watering hole 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.

This huge 200-seater Neepsend taproom is home to Heist Brewing Co and a staggering number of beers, including their own brews and thirty lines. Alongside over 100 hop-laced drinks, you can find an arcade, retro games and shuffleboard to keep you entertained.