A lovely, friendly pub, offering a traditional Sheffield welcome, situated approximately 3 miles from the city centre by St John's church at Ranmoor on the main road through to Fulwood.
The Ranmoor Inn offers a small, but interesting and delicious menu and a nice choice of hand-pulled beers. The bar staff along with Vanessa the licensee are all guaranteed to make you feel at home and very welcome.
This is by far one of my favourite pubs in my home city and I would recommend anyone to call in there for lunch, a pint of real ale whilst reading a selection of national and local papers put out in the pub every day.
A small friendly pub in the centre of Thorpe Hesley, "The Tiger" as its known locally is fast developing a reputation as an excellent music pub. Most Saturday nights you can catch a top local band there and the size of the venue makes for an intimate evening!
Also on the last Thursday in every month there is an open mike evening where musicians and singers of all genres come together and entertain the customers for free. Known locally as "The Tiger Jam" there are drums, guitars and PA set up ready so get along and have a go.
Coupled with good beers, pool, televised football and friendly hosts Wendy and Dennis this a cracking pub to visit.
This is a great little pub. Specialises in real ales and always has a really good selection on tap and in bottles. Also a good range of draught continental lagers and draught ciders. On weekends they have live bands - Blues and rock mainly. There is music other nights of the week too with 'acoustic' solo artists. They do a wide range of hot pub grub - the all day breakfast is highly recommended.
I personally find the Old Red Lion a very friendly local pub. It's a pub where you can enjoy a quiet drink or enjoy a lively night out on the weekend. I found the bar staff very helpful, friendly and efficient. It's also quite a family orientated pub and the location set in the countryside is very beautiful.
I would recommend this pub to people of all ages you wont be disappointed.
A tremendous pub. A huge variety of beautifully kept real ales, an amazing selection of Belgian beers, first-rate food, non-smoking throughout, regular and very good live music, and friendly, helpful staff to top it all. Rapidly and rightly acquiring a great reputation amongst the people who know what makes a proper pub.
One of the best pubs around. They serve so many different types of beer, it's amazing. It took us about 6 months to find the place when we arrived (kept hearing about it, never got there). Though when we did, was worth it.
So many beers, so little time. The staff are fantastic, and can suggest a good beer to go with the meal, or depending on what you like to drink. If it is quiet enough, they remember you at the bar, and suggest other beers based on what you thought of the last one.
They certainly know what they are doing, and I'll be back there next time I'm in Sheffield.
Very nice pub generally, but despite having a valid ID I was not allowed in. This was due to my hair being short on my ID and the manager of the York claimed it wasn't me. I had plenty of evidence showing my name on university licences, rail card, but he still would not allow me to go in. This picture is accepted on my passport and I have no queries by passport control. Furthermore my friends were already in the York and he would not let me go in and inform them of what was going on, forcing me to find a payphone to ring them. As a result me and my friends have boycotted until the matter has changed!
The only pub in the area where I would be happy to take my wife. No yobs, good music (not pop), good simple grub, and above all, good beer! You can even taste the beer before you decide. I am happy to nominate the Hillsborough Hotel for the Pub of the Month.
The Rutland Arms is becoming a disappointment. Last time I visited two of the beers were not available and within the past month friends have visited and found that there was no real ale at all. The only beer was bottled, or else lager (shudder).
I've never been to one of the live music events, but for an average Saturday night out it is a bit overrated. There are no beers or lagers on draught and so expensive bottled beers are mandatory. The extractor fans were not adequate for the amount of smoke in the air when I visited and so the atmosphere was thick in some places, which is unusual for a city centre bar. In contrast, the music was a breath of fresh air - Green Room seems to play all types of music from the last few decades instead of the usual RnB that you find in most other bars in the city centre. The decor left a lot to be desired. "Cosy" would be one way to describe it, but "tatty" would probably be more accurate! Antiquated artexing and empty picture hooks adorn the walls and the furniture has seen better days. I was taken to Green Room by a friend, and whilst it was far from the worst bar I've been in, I expected better.