Full list of Sheffield pubs that plan to reopen in April and May - including details of whether you will need to book in advance

As we move towards the next dates on the roadmap out of lockdown, these Sheffield pubs have announced when they plan to welcome customers back.

Friday, 9th April 2021, 5:26 pm

Tier restrictions and subsequent lockdowns have meant that Sheffield pubs have either been closed since October or November, depending on whether they served what the Government categorised as “substantial meals.”

The number of people in the United Kingdom who have had their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine is fast approaching 25 million, as we continue to move through the stages of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown.

The dates on the roadmap are currently provisional, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the Government will continue to be “driven by the data”.

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Dozens of Sheffield pubs plan to reopen their outdoor areas, when they are able to from April 12 this year. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

But should all go to plan, the city’s outdoor hospitality venues, such as beer gardens, could reopen from April 12, and punters could be allowed to meet indoors at a pub or restaurant in groups of up to six people or two households from May 17.

We have put together a list of the pubs that plan to open from the two dates mentioned above, based on the establishments that have either confirmed their plans publicly or have spoken to us.

The list is in alphabetical order, states if an advanced booking is required and includes a link to the pub’s social media page or website which you can access by clicking on the hyperlink on each establishment’s name.

All information is correct at the time of writing on Tuesday, March 16.

Please get in touch by emailing [email protected] if you would like your pub to be added to the list.

The Sheffield pubs that have confirmed they will be opening their beer gardens from April 12:

- The Abbey on Chesterfield Road, Woodseats

- The Albion on London Road, Highfields (customers need to book)

- The Anvil on Stannington Road, Stannington

- The Ball in Crookes (Greene King says customers can book tables online from Friday, March 26, and you can visit their website here)

- The Ball Inn in Mansfield Road, Intake (bookings may be required, continue to check their Facebook page for updates)

- Barrow Boy on Abbeydale Road (customers need to book, which you can do by visiting their website here)

- The Beehive on Union Street, Harthill (customers need to book, which you can do by visiting their website here)

- The Beer House on Ecclesall Road (customers need to book, which you can do by emailing them at [email protected])

- Benjamin Huntsman on Cambridge Street in Sheffield city centre

- The Big Tree on Chesterfield Road, Woodseats (Greene King says customers can book tables online from Friday, March 26, and you can visit their website here)

- The Blind Monkey on Whitehouse Lane, Walkley (customers need to book, which you can do via their Facebook page or by emailing [email protected])

- The Blue Ball Inn on Haggstones Road, Worrall

- The Blue Stoops on High Street, Dronfield (customers need to book, which you can do by visiting their website here)

- The British Oak Ale House on Mosborough Moor, Mosborough (customers need to book, which you can do here)

- The Broadfield on Abbeydale Road

- The Brothers Arms on Well Road, Heeley (official date of reopening and details of whether bookings will be required to follow on their Facebook page)

- Bubba Bar on Bardwell Road, Kelham Island (customers need to book, which you can do via their Facebook page)

- Champs on Ecclesall Road (customers need to book, which you can do via their Facebook page or by emailing [email protected])

- The Closed Shop on Commonside, Crookesmoor (half of the available tables will be for walk-ins, and half will be for advanced bookings)

- The Cricket Inn on Penny Lane, Totley (will only be taking walk-ins)

- Cross Scythes on Derbyshire Lane, Meersbrook (will only be taking walk-ins)

- Cross Scythes on Baslow Road, Totley (tables will be available on a first come, first served basis and reservations will only be made to suit needs of the business)

- The Devonshire Arms on High Street, Dore

- The Dorothy Pax on Arch Street, Victoria Quays (customers will need to book, which you can do by visiting their website here)

- The Dronfield Arms on Chesterfield Road, Dronfield

- Early Bar on Crookes (bookings available)

- Ecclesall Ale Club on Ecclesall Road (customers will need to book, which you can do by visiting their Facebook page or by emailing [email protected]gmail.com)

- Forum on Devonshire Street in Sheffield city centre (accepting both bookings, which you can book here, and walk-ins)

- The Fox and Duck on Fulwood Road, Broomhill

- The Francis Newton on Clarkhouse Road, Broomhall

- The Hallamshire House on Commonside, Crookesmoor

- Kelham Kitchen and Wine Bar on Ball Street, Kelham Island (customers will need to book, which you can do via their website here)

- The King and Miller on Manchester Road, Deepcar (only accepting walk-ins for now)

- The Lescar on Sharrow Vale Road, Hunters Bar (taking bookings on their website here)

- The Milestone at Peak Square, Crystal Peaks (only accepting walk-ins)

- The Millhouses on Abbeydale Road (customers will need to book, which you can do via their Facebook page)

- The Millowners Arms on Alma Street, Kelham Island (customers will need to book, which you can do via their Facebook page)

- The Nags Head on Stacey Bank, Loxley (only accepting walk-ins for now)

- The New Anglers Rest on Richmond Park Road, Handsworth

- The OHM Food Yard on West One in Sheffield city centre (taking bookings via their website here)

- The Parrot Club on Burton Road, Neepsend (reopening in April and more details to follow on their social media pages)

- Peddler on Burton Road, Neepsend (taking bookings for their car park outside space here)

- Pitcher and Piano on Holly Street in Sheffield city centre (customers will need to book, which you can do via their website here)

- The Prince of Wales on Derbyshire Lane, Norton Lees

- The Punch Bowl, Crookes (will be taking bookings here and will also be accepting walk-ins)

- The Psalter on Psalter Lane, Nether Edge

- The Raven Inn on Palm Street, Walkley (only accepting walk-ins)

- The Rawson Spring on Langsett Road, Hillsborough

- The Rising Sun on Fulwood Road, Nether Green (only accepting walk-ins)

- The Rivelin on Tofts Road, Stannington

- The Riverside on Mowbray Street, Kelham Island (only accepting walk-ins)

- The Saw Grinders Union on Globe Works, Kelham Island (customers will need to book, which you can do via their website here)

- The Sheaf House on Bramall Lane, Highfield (hoping to reopen in April and follow their social media pages for updates)

- The Sheaf Island on Ecclesall Road

- The Sheffield Waterworks on Division Street in Sheffield city centre

- Slug and Lettuce on Holly Street in Sheffield city centre (customers will need to book, which you can do via their website here)

- The Sportsman on Redmires Road, Lodge Moor

- The Stag on Market Street, Woodhouse (customers will need to book, and for more information please visit their Facebook page)

- The Stag’s Head on Psalter Lane, Sharrow (only accepting walk-ins)

- The Steel Foundry at Meadowhall Shopping Centre

- The Tap House Bar on Alma Street, Kelham Island

- Triple Point Brewery and Bar on Shoreham Street in Sheffield city centre (customers will need to book, which you can do via their website here)

- True Loves on Victoria Quays (terrace launch due to take place on April 12 and for more details visit their website here)

- Two Thirds on Abbeydale Road

- Wagon and Horses on Market Place, Chapeltown

- Waggon and Horses on Abbeydale Road South, Millhouses

- Walkabout on Carver Street in Sheffield city centre (customers will need to book which you can do via their website here)

- The Walkley Cottage on Bole Hill Road, Walkley (customers will need to book which you can do via their Facebook page)

- The Washington on Fitzwilliam Street in Sheffield city centre (customers can book via the pub’s Facebook page, but walk-ins will be accepted if there is space on the day)

- The Wentworth House Hotel on Milford Street, Carbrook

- The Wharncliffe Arms on Main Road, Wharncliffe Side (only accepting walk-ins for now)

- The White Swan on Chesterfield Road, Dronfield

- The Winter Green on Mitchell Way, Waverley (customers will need to book which you can do via their website here)

- The Wisewood Inn on Loxley Road, Loxley (accepting walk-ins but booking is recommended which you can do via their Facebook page)

- Yellow Arch’s bar on Burton Road, Kelham Island (only accepting walk-ins)

- The York on Fulwood Road, Broomhill

Reopening from May 17:

- Berlin Calling on Barber Road, Crookesmoor (only accepting walk-ins)

- BrewDog on Division Street in Sheffield city centre (bookings will be available from May 17 here)

- Duality on Division Street in Sheffield city centre (bookings to go live on their website here, from week commencing March 22)

- Pangolin on Middlewood Road, Hillsborough (hopes to invite customers to sit in from May 17 but follow their social media page for details)

- Shakespeare’s on Gibraltar Street in Sheffield city centre

- St Mars of the Desert on Stevenson Road, Attercliffe

- Trippets Lounge Bar on Trippet Lane in Sheffield city centre (they plan to reopen on May 20)

- Wadsley Working Men’s Club on Halifax Road, Wadsley Bridge