This is where you can eat for as little as £10 when Dine Sheffield returns
The city’s celebrated restaurant week, Dine Sheffield, returns to the city centre this month, offering food lovers great deals at over 40 restaurants, cafés and bars.
The campaign, which will run between October 10 and 20 , is inspired by New York’s famous restaurant week. It was conceived by Sheffield BID and is now celebrating its fifth outing.
It has become the leading element of Alive After Five – the BID’s major initiative to support the early evening economy in the city centre by promoting the fantastic food and drink and shopping offer.
Over 40 city centre food venues are once again set to offer bespoke menus at three set price points. In a slight twist to previous campaigns, new offer prices of £10, £15 and £20 have been introduced. The increased price has allowed for some more traditionally higher-priced restaurants to get involved, designed to provide more choice and variation for customers.
So, whether it's brunch, a working lunch, a family meal or a romantic date night, Dine Sheffield can save you a few pennies and allow you to sample Sheffield city centre’s vibrant food scene.
This year’s eateries feature many regular supporters of the scheme, including Cubana and Forum, as well as Craft and Dough, Smoke, Sakushi, Pieminister and The Botanist.
Several restaurants will be taking part in Dine Sheffield for the first time, including 200 Degrees Coffee, Piccolino, Street Food Chef and Wildwood. Six traders inside popular city centre food hall, Kommune, will also be participating.
Diane Jarvis, Sheffield BID Manager, said: “Dine Sheffield attracts thousands of foodies to the city centre and has become a real celebration of the city’s vibrant and thriving dining scene.
“It’s a great opportunity for restaurants, bars and cafes to attract some new customers, while providing the perfect excuse for food lovers to go out there and try something new – all at an incredibly reasonable price.
“We have decided to run this particular restaurant week alongside Off the Shelf, another of the city’s renowned events. We hope this will encourage visitors to come into town and make a full evening of it and help create a bustling town centre.
“One of our key objectives at the BID is to keep Sheffield city centre busy throughout the year and continue to support our local businesses – particularly trying to grow the early evening economy after working hours. Dine Sheffield is a key part of doing that.”
You can browse and download offers for use for free online at www.dinesheffield.co.uk.