The Mulberry Tavern pub is located at Arundel Gate in Sheffield city centre.
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Mulberry Tavern Pub Reviews
Reviewed by Erik on
As a young cricketer I played for Chesterfield Town. After each home fixture, on returning home, I made a point of calling in to the Mulberry Tavern. Penny, the landlord's daughter was an attraction. The place was always full. The Telegraph and Star reporters used to congregate there. It became our regular stopping off point as young chaps on a night out. I have happy memories of the Mulberry.
Reviewed by Jeff on
I visited the Mulberry whilst waiting for doors to open at the O2 opposite. There was a reggae disco playing and an enchanting little girl dancing solo, who reminded me of my college days.
Will visit again for live music.
Reviewed by B. Wild on
We booked this pub for a 60th birthday party. Paid in full and were told kids were welcome as long as they didn't run about etc...
24 hours before we were informed that they had double booked. After waiting for hours about what they were going to do about it we got told that we could have upstairs room instead of downstairs, but kids could only go till 8PM. We had our DJ go down to see where they could set up etc... where they wrote in the bookings a while before the party so now have had to cancel the DJ and find another venue.
I am really disgusted that they could do this and I would strongly advise anyone against booking a party with these, as we booked months before and was let down just hours before. An inconvenience for loads of people and it's disgusting.
Reviewed by Charlie G on
The bar staff were and always are very friendly throughout the time we were there. Toilets were always fresh and smelling great! Opening night is Thursday and I can't wait. Brilliant all round. Thank you Fi and John.
Reviewed by Jenny on
I am surprised this place is still open.
I went in with my friend for a wind down after work last week. We walked in and there were no other customers, bar staff on phone and didn't even acknowledge us.
We ordered 2 white wines (which had no description on the bottle other than white). It tasted of vinegar. The toilets were out of toilet paper and very dated and old. We left our wines after one sip and will never return.
This place could be so much better for its location. Get new management before it's too late!
Reviewed by Paul Marsden on
Toilets were dirty and one out of the two was unusable. The glass that my pint was served in was dirty.
The only good point was that it was a cheap place to buy a pint. But pee before you go.
Won't be going back again. Shame, as it could be much better due to its location.
Reviewed by Jessica Dickinson on
Went into the pub Saturday night and loved it... Beer was great and cheap!
The DJ was playing music from the 70s and 80s and people were queueing for karaoke!
Downstairs wasn't my cup of tea, as it was rock, but it seemed busy!
Friendly bar staff! Deffo going again.
Reviewed by Vincent Black on
The change back to the Mulberry Tavern (this was previously a gay bar) may have seemed welcome, as it pitched to offer real ales in a real pub. The reality of this is something else though.
When I visited the downstairs area was not open and the upstairs had a quick redecorate and that was about it.
A pool table (one of my pet hates) dominates the small bar, rendering one half almost unusable if someone is playing, and there always is seemingly, the bar staff.
Once served after the break (ahem), then the beer was very cheap at £2 a pint, and not bad but a little cloudy.
The clientele though are shall we say rough. I wouldn't recommend it for pre or post theatre drinkies.
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