Kelham Island is one of the trendiest areas of Sheffield. Located in one of the oldest industrial districts in Sheffield, Kelham Island is home to quirky shops, restaurants, and plenty of wonderful sights.
Jöro offers gorgeous food using locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and build their menu around this. Jöro isn’t just a place to eat, it’s an experience.
At Craft and Dough, it’s all in the name – a wide range of craft beers are on offer and served alongside beautifully worked doughs creating mouth-watering artisan pizzas. If you’re looking for something fun to do, you can try one of the pizza making courses – get stuck in and make some tasty food!
Located on Burton Road, Peddler Night Market serves a variety of cocktails, street food, craft beer, live music and art every month. Free entry means that this is a great place to taste some new foods and drinks, while listening to music and socialising with friends and family.
Owned by True North Brew Co since 2015, Riverside has been lovingly restored and serves up fabulous food from Twisted Burger Co. With a great range of gins, beers and vodkas to soak accompany the tasty burgers, you can easily spend all evening at this great pub.
Gravel Pit Homeware offers affordable glass, concrete and jesmonite accessories. You’ll also find a wide range of plants, pots, hangers, books and gifts.
Sheffield Vintage sell a range of goods including antiques, vintage, salvage, retro, upcycled and recycled items. 99% of items of pre-used goods and a viewing service is available at their shop on Shepard Street, alongside an online shop on their website.
In need of a classic cut or a change in colour or style? Then you will be comfortable at Bunker Hair Shelter. A quirky hair salon that aims ‘not to be defined by the usual Barber or Salons’.
An absolute must see. The museum covers the history of the Sheffield industrial and steelmaking history – informative and fun!
Kelham Island Brewery is the first new independent microbrewery in Sheffield in almost 100 years, producing delicious craft beers that you will most certainly want to try. Pre-booked tours with options for tutored tasting, plus a pie and pea supper are available – a great activity for any keen ale fans.