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The Stumble Inn at Carbrook has failed to gain listed status. Members of Sheffield's Campaign For Real Ale (CAMRA) branch and Sheffield Civic Trust were behind the bid, which was rejected by English Heritage because the former pub had lost too many of its original features.
Sheffield's newest city-centre bar has opened -- on platform 1b at Sheffield Midland Station!
The Grade II listed former railway refreshment room has been restored to its late 19th century glory, a process taking more than 16 months and £200,000.
The Sheffield Tap Bar opened on 5th December 2009 with 20 draught ales and over 250 bottled beers from around the world.
We have removed the Rock Inn formerly at Green Moor, Wortley, from our database, as the pub has now been demolished.
Brothers Mark and Adam Simmonite unveiled plans to open a real ale bar, cafe and restaurant on the corner of Cambridge Street and Wellington Street in Sheffield city centre. The site was formerly the location of City Bar (previously Henry's Cafe bar) and is eventually set to be demolished to make way for the Sevenstone retail quarter.
The brothers have signed a 5-year lease on the premises, as Sevenstone is currently on hold and construction will not commence until 2011 at the earliest.
The new Henry's is set to feature 12 hand-pulled beers, including ales from local breweries, and bottled Belgian beers.