Sheffield Pub Guide - Complete Guide To Pubs In Sheffield
Sheffield Pub Guide is a comprehensive guide to the pubs in and around the city of Sheffield. Our pubs database is updated regularly both our team and by landlords themselves, therefore maintaining an up-to-date information centre.
56 Langsett Road
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The Hillsborough Hotel is extremely popular with real ale fans and is conveniently located on Sheffield's Upper Don valley real ale trail. With its own Wood Street Brewery on the premises and offering accommodation upstairs, the pub attracts visitors from all over the UK.
We have removed a number of pubs that have closed permanently:
The Boardwalk, formerly of 39 Snig Hill in Sheffield city centre.
Olive Bar & Restaurant, formerly of 73-75 Division Street in the city centre is now called Great Gatsby, and we will add a new listing shortly.
The Moon, formerly of 117 Upperthorpe Road, closed some time ago and has not reopened.
The Quarter, formerly of 21 North Church Street in the city centre closed some time ago.
Affinity, formerly of 29-31 Campo Lane in the city centre has relocated.
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Do not eat here. We booked a month in advance to have our annual Christmas lunch after a morning walk. We queued at the bar to be served by the only barman.
We had booked for between 1PM and 1:30PM. The last of us got their main course at 3:40PM. They had fish and chips, or rather fish and batter. They complained.
My steak tasted as though it had been tenderised and cooked the night before. It was served with cold chips and frozen onion rings. Nothing else. It cost £10. It was advertised as rump steak served with seasonal vegetables.