• Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday 15:00 - 00:00
  • Thursday 15:00 - 00:00
  • Friday 15:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday 15:00 - 00:00
  • Sunday 15:00 - 20:00

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Harley Public House

The Harley pub is located at 334 Glossop Road in Sheffield city centre.

General Information

  • Owner unknown
  • No known awards

Pub Facilities

  • Real Ales
  • Cocktails
  • Beer garden
  • Smoking area
  • Car park
  • Disabled access
  • Disabled facilities
  • Children welcome
  • Dogs welcome
  • Card payments
  • Function room
  • Accommodation
  • Wi-Fi Internet access

Pub Entertainment

  • Background music
  • Sports on TV
  • Pool table
  • Snooker table

Pub Food

  • Food served
  • Walk-ins welcome

2 Reviews of Harley:

  • Chazza

    What a great pub. Their burgers are fantastic, and they have £2 drinks until Midnight. Definitely a younger crowd in the evening, what with being so close to the university and being situated at the top of West Street, but during the day I find it very pleasant.

  • Steve

    Stayed at the Harley Hotel when U2 were in town and was pleased with the place, we even got parked right outside the door and it only cost a few quid. We went looking for bars in town after the gig but decided to get back to the hotel, and pleased we did, open 'til 2AM, and a decent pint, and a few sambucas. Breakfast was excellent for how cheap the hotel is, and I've stayed in Hiltons etc... where is isn't that good.

    All in all a great hotel for a stay in Sheffield, the tram and a bank right outside. Don't be fussy about the rooms, after all they have a bed toilet and shower and that's all you need. We're going back in a few weeks and definitely staying there.

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News for Harley:

  • The Harley, one of Sheffield's most iconic pubs and live music venues, is set to make a triumphant return. Located on Glossop Road, this much loved establishment has been a cornerstone of the city's vibrant music scene, hosting performances from now-famous bands such as the Arctic Monkeys, The xx, and Royal Blood during their early days.

    After a period of uncertainty, The Harley is set to reopen under new management on Monday 22nd July. The new team behind the venue has promised a revitalised experience, describing it as the beginning of a "new era of The Harley." They shared the exciting news on Facebook, encouraging patrons to "get ready for a fresh experience."

    The Harley has faced numerous challenges over the years. It first closed its doors in April 2019 due to financial difficulties but managed to reopen later that year under the stewardship of Mitchells & Butlers. The venue faced another prolonged closure during the Covid-19 pandemic, starting with the first lockdown in March 2020 and lasting until September 2021.

    Most recently, The Harley operated only one evening a week under its previous operators. This sporadic schedule added to the uncertainty about its future. However, the new management team is committed to bringing back The Harley "better than ever," ensuring it regains its status as a premier destination for live music in Sheffield.

    Although specific details about the reopening are yet to be disclosed, the announcement on Facebook hints at a return to its roots as a live music venue. The Harley's reputation as "Sheffield's iconic home of live music" suggests that it will continue to be a hub for music lovers and a platform for emerging artists.

    The Harley's significance in Sheffield’s music scene is undeniable. It has even been credited with helping to launch the popular Tramlines festival, with staff members playing a key role in programming the early events. This legacy is something the new management team is likely to honour and build upon as they usher in this new chapter.

    As The Harley prepares to reopen, anticipation is building, with the promise of a "fresh experience" and a commitment to live music sure to attract old fans and new visitors alike. Mark your calendars for Monday 22nd July, and get ready to witness the revival of one of Sheffield's most celebrated venues. The Harley is back, and it's poised to reclaim its place at the heart of the city's music scene.

  • 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.

  • Trouble flared at the Harley Hotel in Sheffield city centre on 6th July when a drinker was "glassed" in the face. The 25-year-old required stitches after the attack, which happened at around 2AM. Police are appealing for witnesses.

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