Traditional community pub.
I visited this pub a few months ago, having heard about a live (join in if you want!) music session on a Tuesday evening. I found it to be a little gem of a local pub. Depending on what you want from a pub? This has genuine locals with no airs and graces, good beer at a price that seems from a bygone age, topped off with a landlord that knows how to run a pub due to having been doing it well for many years.
I have now been back several times and the music has a very welcoming group and enjoyable music.
Must go back soon and collect my umbrella, which I left last time I was in (I blame Samuel Smith for this!).
Came to Sheffield to Tramlines earlier this year and so this is a belated review! We were really impressed by the welcome both from the landlady and her team but also from the locals. The beer was well kept and great value. The music was great and dancing almost matched it for quality and energy - we were on roll because of the festival music and the locals joined in and a good time was had by all.
The mystery of why pay £4 for a pint of coloured water in the festival when you could get a good pint for almost half that in this excellent pub is beyond me. In fact you could have stayed here and still heard the music! This is a true community pub - chapeau!
Will be back again next year when we come up for Tramlines.
We have removed the Paddy Moloney pub, previously of 184 St. Phillips Road in Netherthorpe, as it is one-and-the-same as the White Hart Inn.