Yorkshireman Pub



  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday 16:00 - 23:00
  • Friday 12:30 - 01:00
  • Saturday 12:00 - 03:30
  • Sunday Closed

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Yorkshireman Public House

The Yorkshireman is a rock bar on the first floor and an all-genre venue space downstairs called The Vault, used for live entertainment including live music, karaoke and live sports TV events, and has its own bar.

General Information

  • Independent
  • 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

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News for Yorkshireman:

  • Anticipation is building as one of Sheffield's most cherished live music venues gears up to welcome back its loyal patrons.

    After a period of uncertainty following its closure announcement, The Yorkshireman pub, located on Arundel Gate in Sheffield city centre, is poised to make a welcome return. The closure, which occurred in mid-January 2024 to the dismay of devoted fans, left a palpable void in Sheffield's cultural landscape. Revered as an "institution" among regulars, The Yorkshireman earned its stripes as one of the city's premier destinations for live rock music.

    Mark your calendars for Saturday 23rd March, as the date for the grand reopening approaches. The festivities are slated to commence at dinner time, with DJ Lez spinning tunes from 4PM onwards, and Muz keeping the energy alive till the wee hours of the morning. Additionally, plans are in motion to reintroduce live music in the weeks to come, promising an electrifying lineup that will undoubtedly captivate audiences once again.

    Reflecting on the closure earlier this year, the pub cited "personal reasons within our family" and expressed heartfelt gratitude to its devoted clientele, past and present, for their unwavering support throughout the years.

    The Yorkshireman's journey has been one of resilience and adaptation. Originally situated on Burgess Street, adjacent to the historic John Lewis department store, the pub relocated in 2021 to the former Mulberry Tavern site on Arundel Gate.

    Sadly, the Burgess Street venue, with its rich heritage dating back to circa 1790, met its demise in 2022 due to structural concerns, marking the end of an era but paving the way for the next phase of The Yorkshireman's evolution.

    As the stage is set for its much-anticipated return, The Yorkshireman rock bar stands poised to reclaim its place as a cornerstone of Sheffield's live music scene, beckoning music enthusiasts to once again immerse themselves in the thrill of live rock performances.

  • The Yorkshireman, a city centre pub celebrated for its live music scene, has officially announced its closure, marking the end of an era for the city's rock music enthusiasts.

    Nestled on Arundel Gate in Sheffield city centre, The Yorkshireman had garnered a reputation as a Sheffield institution, offering a unique space for live rock performances. However, the establishment recently declared its closure and is now listed for sale.

    Expressing their decision on Facebook, the owners conveyed a heavy heart, citing personal reasons for the closure and requesting respect for their privacy. They extended gratitude to their loyal customers, acknowledging the profound impact they had on the establishment. The pub had been known for its inclusive atmosphere, welcoming patrons from diverse backgrounds.

    Responding to the desires of both patrons and staff, the pub announced a final farewell party scheduled for Saturday, 13th January 2024. The event will feature live performances starting at 8:30PM, followed by a "throwback after party" from midnight until closing. The announcement urged everyone to join in and bid farewell to The Yorkshireman with a memorable celebration.

    The Yorkshireman was originally situated on Burgess Street down the road from the old John Lewis department store. It relocated in 2021 to the former Mulberry Tavern site on Arundel Gate. The move was prompted by the demolition of the Burgess Street venue in 2022 due to structural concerns. Despite the physical change, The Yorkshireman retained its reputation as a bastion of live rock music until the unfortunate announcement of its closure.

  • We have added a new listing for the Yorkshireman rock bar, located at 10 Arundel Gate in the centre of Sheffield.