Browns Bar & Brasserie Sheffield
St Paul’s Chambers
St Paul’s Parade
Telephone: 0114 276 6710
Mon to Thu 8am - 11pm
Fri & Sat 8am - 12 midnight
Sun 9am - 11pm
Mon to Sat 8.30am – 12 noon
Sun 9am - 12 noon
Full Menu from: 12 noon until 9.30pm (10pm Sat)
Afternoon Tea: 2.30pm - 5pm
Last Food Order: 10.00pm, (Fri & Sat 11pm, Sun 9.30pm)
Festive Opening Times
Christmas Eve: 8.30am – 11pm
Christmas Day: Serving Food & Drink
Boxing Day: 9am – 11pm
New Year's Eve: 8.30am – 1am
New Year's Day: CLOSED
Sheffield is well known as the home of The Crucible, but the theatre isn’t just used for major snooker tournaments. It has a varied programme of live productions throughout the year – from comedy and dance to drama. It even stages the occasional burlesque evening!
The Millennium Gallery is one of the city’s landmark public spaces. It’s home to the city’s unique Ruskin and metalwork collections and hosts some of the finest touring exhibitions in the country.
Sheffield has a wealth of high street retailers in the city, but take a quick trip beyond the centre and you’ll find an eclectic mix of independent boutiques and vintage emporiums. Head to Ecclesall Road and Devonshire Quarter for something a little different!
With the beauty of the Peak District right on the Sheffield’s doorstep, there’s a wide range of outdoor activities to get involved in - from riding a cable car to taking a navigation course or going horse riding.
And with Sheffield’s industrial past having shaped the city as it is today, a trip to Kelham Island Museum will give you a great insight into its history. It stands on a man-made island over 900 years old and has a network of interactive galleries that demonstrate what it was like to live and work in Sheffield during the Industrial Revolution.
There’s so much to see and do when you visit Sheffield. But make sure you join us at Browns for drinks, dinner or cocktails once you’ve explored the city’s highlights.