Sheffield's menu of eateries and drinkeries is delightfully eclectic. For a trendy flavour, follow the signs to the Devonshire quarter and be greeted by colourful café-bars. Drop in on Silversmiths in the city centre to sample delicious local Yorkshire meats, fish, fruit and vegetables. And for a taste of the Mediterranean, Marco@Milano in Millhouses is a real hidden gem.
Opened in 1994 and now under the ownerships of Manager Alistair Myers and Chef Tom Lawson Rafters has long been accepted as one of Sheffield’s finest restaurants. The combination of the highly skilled & creative cooking of Tom and the kitchen team partnered with the knowledgeable, friendly and relaxed service of Alistair and the front of house team partners to make the best dining experience possible.
Every so often, along comes a restaurant or pub that has a real recipe for success. Rafters is one of these places with its sumptuous furnishings, refined setting and home-cooked breads and ice creams. The Milestone also knows the secret, with a personal touch that infuses everything from the food to the unique (and scrummy) cocktails. And if you're off to the theatre, Nonnas Italian food is full of passion.
In the heart of Sheffield's real ale corridor lies the Sheffield Brewery Company. This independent micro-brewery produces some of the finest cask ales in Yorkshire - filling your pint glass with much happiness. Why not take the fascinating brewery tour before tucking in to a traditional pie ‘n' pea supper. Grand.