The Broadfield is on the Abbeydale Road, close to the junction with Broadfield Road, located at the southern end of the Sheffield Antiques Quarter. This former Green King pub has been transformed into a thriving local with an excellent selection of real ales and great food. The pub is part of the small Forum group, which also owns the True North Brewing Company.
The pub has a central bar, on one side of which is the dining area, which features a wood burning stove, and the other is for drinkers, with a number of attractive seating alcoves. The garden is reached from this part of the pub. The large walled garden is popular with drinkers. There are some heaters and, being sheltered, the garden is a great place to drink outside even in cooler weather.
The team, led by manager Mark and assistant manager Ed, have done a great job in providing an excellent range of beers and cider, along with excellent food.
As well as regulars Abbeydale Moonshine, Kelham Island Pale Rider and Stancil Barnsley bitter, there is a rotating selection of ales from microbreweries, often including one or two from True North. There is also one real cider on handpump., and an massive range of scotch whiskies
The pub also serves freshly cooked meals using only fresh ingredients prepared on the premises. Booking is advisable if you wish to eat in the evening or weekend lunchtimes.
Opening Hours are 1130 (daily) to 12 Mo-Th, 1am (FS) and 11 (sun). Food is served 12-10 daily. Quiz night is Wednesday.
The Pub of the Month Presentation will be on Tuesday 12th May, with a social commencing at 8pm.
The Broadfield is at 452 Abbeydale Road, Buses 10,10a, 75,76,87,97 and 98 stop nearby.