From an artisan bakery to a comedy club to a fantastic neighbourhood Italian restaurant, there are plenty of new Sheffield venues that are well worth your time.
Scroll through and see whether there are any Sheffield venues on our list that you are yet to try.
1. Alto on Carver Street in Sheffield city centre
Rooftop bar Alto is a contemporary and relaxed venue which boasts an outdoor rooftop terrace, affording striking views across the city centre and beyond, as well as a VIP area, DJ booth, built-in seating areas and an impressive range of drinks, beers, cocktails and food. It opened for the first time on Thursday, June 24. Pictured are owner Rebecca Brough and her staff.
Photo: Dean Atkins
2. ROFL Comedy Club on Devonshire Street in the city centre
ROFL is Sheffield's first ever purpose-built comedy club, and opened for the first time on May 21. They host "the finest stand up comedians from across the country and around the world, live on stage" every Friday and Saturday night. ROFL is housed in the building that was formerly home to a branch of Pizza Express.
Photo: ROFL Comedy Club
3. Marmadukes Sorting Office on Ecclesall Road
Marmadukes owners Clare and Tim Nye (pictured) opened their third café at the former Sorting Office site on Ecclesall Road on Thursday, June 24. The new venue has an artisan bakery and zero waste shop, as well as the delicious seasonal food and specialty coffee they have become known for.
Photo: Chris Etchells
4. The Furnace, Block D, Heart of the City II in Sheffield city centre
The Furnace opened within Sheffield’s flagship Heart of the City development on Monday, June 7, serving up a selection of Yorkshire inspired dishes from their opening menu. Designed by local chef Guy Greaves and team, the menu is said to pay “homage to the city it serves, pairing famed local products and dishes with cooking techniques inspired by the functions of a furnace – such as cooling, torching, flame-grilling and blowtorching.”