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ATTERCLIFFE’s old John Banner department store, now a listed property, is home to offices, shops and ground floor cafe The Courtyard.

Ian Scott serves breakfast all day (opening hours are 8am-3pm), plus hand-cooked lunch specials and sandwiches, all for under £4.

He’s just been awarded five stars by Sheffield City Council and the Food Standard Agency for food safety and hygiene.

“When I took over four years ago the cafe didn’t even have a score,” says Ian.

TASTES of Tuscany are on the menu at Platillos’ latest Delicioso food and wine night.

The Orchard Square venue promises a five-course feast with a carefully selected wine for each dish on Thursday April 26. Dishes include panzanella salad with grilled sea bass and rabbit ragu with black olive pasta. It’s £25 and booking is essential. Call 0114 276 3141.

MIDWEEK live music nights Musiquita en Vivo are cranking up again at La Mama Latin tapas bar and restaurant at 238 Abbeydale Road.

Tonight Son Para Todos return to play Latin rhythms, Columbian Salsa, Spanish Flamenco and Cuban, 7.30-9.30pm.

Next Wednesday it’s Flamenca Fusion with dancer Irene Tormo and Cuban rhythms, from 7pm.

TOTLEY Farmers’ Market sets out its stalls again this Sunday.

All produce is guaranteed local, thanks to organisers insisting on all 30-plus stallholders coming from within a 10-mile radius.

The market runs from noon to 4pm at Totley Rise, off Baslow Road, Sheffield S17 4DL.