Head chef Chris Chilton (pictured below) is promising a menu of British pub classics – with a twist – at the reopened Closed Shop pub, Commonside, Walkley, from next week.
The pub, specialising in craft beers and real ciders, reopens tonight (Thursday) following a £250,000, month-long refurb that includes a new kitchen.
Food, made using fresh, local ingredients, will be available from Tuesday under the supervision of Chris, formerly of the Shoulder of Mutton at Worrall and the award-winning Devonshire Arms, Middle Handley.
Fine Wine online
Food & Fine Wine, a feature of Ecclesall Road for ten years, is switching its focus to online sales. The shop will open only on Fridays and Saturdays from mid-August, but will retain a programme of tastings. Stock is to be cleared in a sale on Saturday and the premises will then close until August 16 for restructuring.
Luke’s pedal power
Broomhill cyclist Luke Milnes has just returned after completing the entire 2,100-mile Tour de France route in a week. But he’ll be back on his bike on Saturday, when he starts a 24-hour static cycling challenge at the Forum café bar in Devonshire Street. His fundraising for the William Wates Memorial Trust finishes with a fundraising dinner at Nonna’s next Tuesday.
Five out of five
Sheffield’s BrewKitchen group has proved it’s top notch… Artisan, the Cricket Inn, Relish, Graze Inn and the Rose Garden Café have all earned five stars for food and hygiene standards.
Recreate a taste of Thailand tonight with the latest Blend cook-along at Shipshape in Sharrow Lane. No need to book; entry £2 (children £1) including ingredients.