LISTED: Sheffield pubs, restaurants and cafes planning to reopen from May 17 onwards
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.
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 dates on the roadmap are currently provisional, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the Government will continue to be “driven by the data”.
From today punters are allowed to meet indoors at a pub or restaurant in groups of up to six people or two households.
We have put together a list of the pubs that plan to open from today, 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.
Please get in touch by emailing [email protected] if you would like your pub to be added to the list.
Reopening from May 17:
- Berlin Calling on Barber Road, Crookesmoor (only accepting walk-ins)
- 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
- University Arms on Brook Hill in the city centre
- Wadsley Working Men’s Club on Halifax Road, Wadsley Bridge
- TGI Fridays, Sheffield Road
- TGI Fridays, Meadowhall
Reopening from May 20:
- Maida Vale on West Street, accepting walk-ins and table bookings.