This Sheffield pub has welcomed customers back after £250k transformation

One of Sheffield’s pubs which has undergone a £250,000 transformation and is set to be the go-to place for craft beer, burgers and viewing sporting events has re-opened its doors.

Friday, 10th January 2020, 10:34 am
Updated Wednesday, 29th January 2020, 1:15 pm

The Cavendish on West Street has had a complete makeover. The venue has been fully refurbished with a bold and colourful style, with pops of neon, comic book covered tables and retro features throughout.

There’s also an a new lounge zone and eye-catching gaming tables. Sports fans will also be treated to the ultimate viewing experience with a new tiered sports zone, providing the perfect place to book to see the action, including the Six Nations from Saturday.

Grace Baxter, General Manager, said: “We’re really excited about the new launch and enjoyed welcoming everyone when we re-opened on January 25.

The Cavendish on West Street has undergone a £250,000 refurbishment. Picture Scott Merrylees
The Cavendish on West Street has undergone a £250,000 refurbishment. Picture Scott Merrylees

“Whether you’re a serial quizzer, new fresher or sports fanatic, we’ve planned plenty of events for locals to enjoy, as well as boasting one of the best surroundings in the area for watching major sporting events.

“Our brand-new team hope that customers enjoy the new surroundings, food and drink.”

During the day, the bar is ideal for meetings and co-working. With free printing, charging and upgraded Wi-Fi, The Cavendish offers remote workers and students alike a calm and relaxing spot to catch up on their to-do list whilst making the most of a variety of great offers.

Offers include Wing Wednesdays, which offers people the chance to tuck into chicken or cauliflower wings from just 25p each every Wednesday.

In the evenings, the bar will host a regular schedule of events and special offers throughout the week . With a themed quiz every Monday, karaoke every Wednesday, craft and cocktail night every Friday and gaming night Sundays, there’s something for everyone.

The Cavendish’s menu includes several plant-based options such as the seitan chicken. Early risers can take advantage of the new twists to the breakfast and brunch menus, which include buffalo florentine pancake alongside three takeaway breakfast pots prefect for those on the move. There’s also new rainbow bagels.

For drinks lovers, there is a choice of six local beers from Thornbridge and Bradfield breweries on tap. Six different cider lines will be available too and a selection of can cocktails and a wide range of spirits complete the drinks list.

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