Cool And Quirky Bars In Sheffield
Looking for something more off-piste for your next evening out? Our city is home to all manner of out of the ordinary nightspots, from community-owned boozers to those boasting retro interiors and a bounty of unusual tipples. To help you scope out the most weird (yet wonderful) places, we've put together a list of the best cool and quirky bars in Sheffield.
Indie bars in Sheffield don't come much better than MOJO. Whether you fancy a bit of shuffleboard or ping pong while listening to rock 'n' roll, this is just the place for it. Better yet, there's pizza to satisfy your cravings and mango margaritas to sip on.
On the hunt for cool bars in Sheffield? Check out Meltdown for a cracking evening of cheap cocktails and entertainment. Featuring thousands of games with PCs, Playstation and Xbox's, the venue also hosts music nights and gaming events.
On the hunt for cocktail bars in Sheffield city centre? Step through the doors of this Division Street playground and you'll find yourself in a retro den. Along with pizzas, loaded fries, funky cocktails and tasty beer, Gatsby also delivers some of the best late-night parties around.
Once the ballroom and billiard hall of Abbeydale Theatre, Picture House Social has certainly maintained its focus on all things fun over the years. This cool haunt fronts an array of activities, from ping pong and bottomless brunches to a choice of live music or DJ nights.
One of the coolest places to drink for craft beer lovers, BrewDog has got everything you need for an excellent evening out. Not only does it have 22 taps of hoppy delights, but this place also whips up some delicious handcrafted pizzas.
Searching for hidden bars in Sheffield? Regularly included within lists of the best watering holes across the country, Public definitely wins points for originality. Housed in a former municipal toilet, the basement joint serves up some of the most innovative cocktails along with locally-sourced fare.
Slug and Lettuce is a popular choice for its happy hour cocktails, bottomless brunches and international dishes. Grab a floral birdcage-esque booth and settle in for a fun session with your number ones.
Styled like its namesake venue type that was popular in the 70s, including vinyl patterned floors, wood cladding and maroon stage curtains, Neepsend Social Club and Canteen is a cool Sheffield bar you shouldn't miss. Plus, there's a games room, beer garden, craft brews and food from The Gravy Train Poutine.
For West Street, Sheffield bars, look no further than Broncos Rodeo. This party venue isn't like any other, as it's fronting American-style stacked burgers, the tastiest hot dogs, and a nightclub with that famous bucking bull.
Gorgeous interiors, intimate vibes and handcrafted cocktails are all up for grabs at Aria. A dreamy drinking concept from the brains behind Kommune and the team at Campari, this bar is sorting you out with seasonal bites and a variety of concoctions based around the Italian spirit.
If rooftop bars in Sheffield are what you're after, Inc is a beautiful place to settle down for a drink. Its lineup of bellinis, including everything from classic kir royales to Bakewell tart and parma violet flavours, are sure to go down a treat.
Nestled in a stylish food hall, Cutlery Works is a wonderful place to pitch up morning, noon and night. Freelancers should head over early to nab a space in its co-working area, while evening revellers can indulge in craft beer, cocktails and food from the venue's various vendors.
The don of quirky nights out, Church - Temple of Fun is the bold and bizarre restaurant bar fronting craft beers, cocktails and some incredible vegan eats. The real draw though? Its aesthetic inspired by South American religious iconography.
A rock 'n' roll haven with a passion for mixology, this is one of the best cocktail bars in Sheffield. Boasting an extensive range of quality sips, alongside some of the most party-ready interiors, Kuckoo is where to go for a night of indie hits.