One of Sheffield's few remaining independent bars, serving clientele of all ages, shapes and sizes! Great food, great music, in a laid back atmosphere.
Visited this place on 12/01/2013 and found it to be very, very over-rated!
Beer prices were far too high and the quality of beer was should we say like dish water!
Some shady looking goings on in the toilet area as well! Let's just say I won't be going back there again.
Visited Green Room from Derby with a party of 20 and had a great laugh and dance, although the DJ didn't look too happy with our drunk antics!
A good night was ruined when one of the girls had her handbag "nicked". Shame because apart from that we had a great time.
I wandered into the Green Room by chance. I saw they were serving breakfast and needed something to cure the damage done by the night before. It was the best full English breakfast I have had in ages! The portions are huge for the £3.50 price. The music was eclectic and the bar staff was friendly. Be sure to bring cash, as they do not accept cards. I will be going back!
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.