Full list of all 60 bars, restaurants and cafes in Sheffield that have applied for temporary outdoor seating

Cafe society is coming to Sheffield as more than 60 Sheffield food and drink venues have applied to set up temporary outdoor areas.

Friday, 16th April 2021, 8:43 am

Sheffield City Council has announced that businesses can apply for a temporary pavement cafe consent, which is intended to help get businesses back up and running during the Covid-19 pandemic.

This scheme will allow businesses to place tables and chairs on the pavement for customer use all this year and is free of charge.

Venues can operate between 10am and 9pm, need a plan in place to manage numbers of customers, how they can move around the venue, collect customers’ details and operate table service where possible.

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The reopening of pubs on April 12th 2021. The Forum, Sheffield. Picture: Chris Etchells
The reopening of pubs on April 12th 2021. The Forum, Sheffield. Picture: Chris Etchells

Outside seating must stay within the shop frontage, have pedestrian barriers and have enough space for people to distance from each other. There must also be smoking and non-smoking areas.

Tim Nye from Marmadukes, who have cafes in Norfolk Row and Cambridge Street, said: “We have outdoor seating at both city sites. We have bought parasols, they are ready and waiting, thankfully we haven’t needed them yet due to the wonderful sunshine this week.

“Snooker players, crew and audience are back so there is an extra buzz at Norfolk Row. Good to be back!”

The Riverside Kelham. Sheffield.

The list of venues that had applied by early March are:

200 Degrees Coffee Shop, Division Street

Aequum Bars Ltd T/A Dead Donkey Bar, Abbeydale Road

Ambulo Cafes Limited, Millennium Gallery and Weston Park Museum

Bankers Draft, Market Place

Bar Kelham Limited, Green Lane

BB’s Italian Restaurant, Devonshire Street

Beagle Beers Ltd - trading as Two Sheds, Crookes

BrewDog, Devonshire Street

Bungalows and Bears, Division Street

Copper Pot, Division Street

Craft & Dough, Kelham Square

Crowdpleaser.club LTD T/A Bal Fashions, Exchange Street

DD Riverbar LTD (Church Temple of Fun, Rutland Way)

Devonshire Green (Commercial Properties) Ltd

Dog and Partridge, Trippet Lane

Dove and Rainbow, Hartshead Square

Early Bar Ltd, Crookes

El Paso, Cumberland Street

FirePit Rocks, West Street

Froth n Hop Micro Pubs Limited

Fulwood Ale Club, Brooklands Avenue

G Arc Investments Limited

Gilmours Coffee Shop, Greystones Road

Gin & Jazz Lt t/a Trippets Lounge Bar, Trippet Lane

Grazie, Leopold Street

Halcyon Daze Limited, The Washington, Fitzwilliam Street

Helmshef Ltd

HowSt, Howard Street

HP Endeavours Ltd

Hygge Coffee Shop, Fitzalan Square

Industrytap, Sidney Street

Jabbarwocky, London Road

Kommune, Angel Street

Lane 7 Sheffield Ltd, Matilda Street

Lisboa Patisserie, St Paul’s Parade

Lonestar, Division Street

LUCKYFOX, Division Street

M&P Caswell Ltd (Vittles Cafe, Glossop Road)

Marmadukes Cafe Deli Ltd, Norfolk Row and Cambridge Street

Molly Malones, West Street

Piccolino, Millennium Square

Pitcher & Piano, Holly Street

Players Bar, West Street

Public, Surrey Street

RiteTrax (Plot 22, Exchange Street)

S11 (South Yorkshire) limited that hopper (Hopper Coffee Bar, Ecclesall Road)

Silversmiths, Arundel Street

Slug and Lettuce, Holly Street

Thatone Limited t/a Maggie May's, Trippet Lane

The Brass Monkey, Middlewood Road

The Hop Box Ltd (mobile bar)

The Old House, Devonshire Street

The Red Lion (no address)

Wagon 1871 Cafe Bistro, Leadmill Road

Woodys

Yates, Cambridge Street

Zaatar, Abbeydale Road

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