An old industrial Yorkshire town, Sheffield has become a culinary hotspot with foodies flocking to see what all the fuss is about. One of the greenest cities in Europe within spitting distance of the Peak District, the seven hills surrounding Sheffield hug a cultural bastion that has spawned Arctic Monkeys, Pulp, the Human League and, most importantly, Sean Bean.
This thriving city offers something for everyone. If you’re looking for independent eats head to Abbeydale Road’s Picture House Social, with cheap student Breakfasts and Brunches along Ecclesall Road (the pizza Brunch at Craft and Dough is a great treat, along with the new opening of Lost and Found) and boozy Bottomless Brunches at Bungalows and Bears in the city centre.
Sheffield is also home to some amazing traditional pubs and gastropubs serving delicious Sunday Lunches – The Summer House, Fox and Duck and The Beer Engine, to name just a few, are the perfect way to relax after a busy day of sightseeing, with plenty of vegetarian, vegan and halal options too.
So, if you’re in Sheffield and looking for the best Bottomless Brunch, the heartiest traditional Sunday roast, the top party spots for a social Brunch with friends, the most hipster of artisan coffee shops or the places to go if you’re vegan then use our guide below because, as we all know, nothing is more soul destroying than a terrible selection. Some even have free online booking too so you can beat that dreaded queue.