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Sanctuary bar on St. James Street in Sheffield city centre has been granted a licence to stay open until 6:30AM every morning. The bar will be able to host live music, dancing, and karaoke. The new opening hours have been granted on the condition that the management invest in sound prevention measures.
From the start of February, the Twisted Spoon - a brand-new cafe inspired by the classic British greasy spoon, but with more than a touch of the US deli-diner thrown in for good measure - will be open at the Harley, on Glossop Road.
Serving up a stripped-down menu featuring simple, hearty, home-made food, the Twisted Spoon will be open for business six days a week, and will adapt its menu to fit the climate, with seasonal specials and hand-picked ingredients.
As well as the basics, there'll be the option to upgrade your fodder for a swankier alternative; so the lowly full English, one of the Harley's menu staples for as long as we remember, will also be available in a 'gourmet' version, complete with home-made speciality sausages, posh bread and other accoutrements.
Elsewhere, you'll find the usual suspects like budget soups, burgers (their triple-cooked chips are a particular talking-point) and pies, all served with a choice of home-made pickles and chutneys. Look out for details of their launch party this month to blag yourself some free samples.