City centre cafe culture

Steam Yard, Division Street, Sheffield

The coffee culture is thriving in the city, and Sheffield is quickly making itself known as a hub of ethical, carefully crafted coffee. There are unique coffee shops springing up all over.


200 Degrees Coffee

200 Degrees Coffee was founded by University of Nottingham alumni Rob Darby and Tom Vincent. In 2012 the pair began roasting coffee in their garage, and just two years later the first 200˚ Coffee shop was opened in Nottingham. Since then Rob and Tom have opened coffee shops in some of the UK’s coolest cities. There are now seven 200˚ Coffee shops around the country, including on Sheffield’s own Division Street. Expect lovingly roasted coffee, pastries, baguettes and wraps in a cool, inviting setting that links with Sheffield’s industrial past, featuring a distressed copper wall installed by Tom himself.

25 Division Street
Closed until further notice. The online store is open.

1554 Coffee

Coffee house with unique industrial décor, serving breakfast and lunch. Wide-ranging food menu to suit a variety of tastes. Burgers, pizzas and flatbreads.

Sheffield Cathedral, Church Street 1554-coffee

ANDREWS Cafe & Tea Rooms

A family run, independent business you can expect great service and a welcoming smile from owner Andrew and his team. ANDREWS Café Tea Rooms is a favourite with shoppers, theatregoers, ladies who lunch and students alike – in fact, it’s a must-visit for international students eager to experience its quintessential English charm.

Chapel Walk , Sheffield

Birdhouse Tea Bar & Kitchen

Their coffee is provided by Sheffield’s finest, Foundry Coffee Roasters, hand pulled by Birdhouse’s team of specialist Baristas. Grab a drink to go from our takeaway bar, or sit in for while and relax. Birdhouse Tea Bar and Kitchen also offers a delicious and healthy food menu making use of high quality local produce. Menu items include a delicious all day brunch menu with plenty of options for vegan and gluten-free lifestyles. Pastries, cakes and desserts are another highlight, with a variety of beautiful home baked treats to start off your day or finish your meal.

Alsop Fields, Sidney Street

Blue Moon Cafe

Found in the heart of the city centre, the Blue Moon Cafe offers a variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes at fantastic prices. Its friendly, airy atmosphere and superb homemade food make it perfect for a light bite and a catch-up with friends.

2 St James Row

Copper Pot, The

Lovely little venue serving coffee and a selection of sandwiches, Tuscan flat bread melts, hotdogs, burgers, vhicken wings and wedges.

68 Division Street


Coffee house with unique industrial décor, serving breakfast and lunch. Wide-ranging food menu to suit a variety of tastes. Burgers, pizzas and flatbreads.

29–31 Campo Lane


Delicious food and delectable drinks are the order of the day at Feast. All their food is freshly prepared on-site and their menu features a plentiful choice of salads, wraps, paninis, homemade cakes, snacks, hot drinks and smoothies. Take a seat in the window or have your food to go.

31 Chapel Walk


With a pay-as-you-feel approach, Foodhall uses food which would have otherwise gone to waste to create healthy meals to serve in its DIY interior space.

121 Eyre Street

Fusion Organic Café

An organic cafe which offers freshly-made and locally-sourced dishes on a daily basis, Fusion is renowned for its great salads and light bites as well as its coffee.

74 Arundel Street

Grace and Flavour

Open at the crack of dawn for early morning caffeine fixes and throughout lunch is this classic salad and sandwich deli bar.

10 Orchard Street

HowSt Café

HowSt’s modern and stylish interior combined with its nourishing meals and creamy coffee make it the perfect choice for breakfast, brunch or lunch.

46 Howard Street

Kommune Food Hall

Kommune is an innovative concept bringing together some of the most acclaimed, independent kitchens, brewers and retailers in a unique, urban space. This new meeting place is home to a diverse choice of great tasting food, an artisanal bakery and specialty coffee, independent retail and an iconic bar.

Castle House, Angel Street


Lonestar is a recent addition to Division Street (2019). It's a fabulous cafe, bar and kitchen in the former Costa - and before that the Fopp record store. Lonestar serves all your favourite hot drinks throughout the day. There's a lunch and an evening menu and licenced bar as well!

40-44 Division Street


Nestled in the heart of Sheffield, Marmadukes is the perfect weekend lunch location thanks to its delicious deli sandwiches and salads and its superb range of drinks. Be sure to take in the beautiful rustic interior while enjoying their rich coffee and cakes.

22 Norfolk Row and 42 Cambridge Street

Steam Yard

Opened by friends Matt and Nick back in 2014, Steam Yard is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of town, and relax in style. No reservations, no Wi-Fi, just good coffee and great service – what more do you want? Last summer Steam Yard was named one of ‘Britain’s 30 best places for brunch’ – and it won’t disappoint. The food menu perfectly straddles between breakfast and lunch, so there’s something for everyone, whatever time of day you visit. And then there’s the cakes! Some of the most tempting looking treats you’ve probably ever seen – perfect with anything off their extensive drinks menu.

95-101 Division Street

Tamper Sellers Wheel

A great little coffee shop with a New Zealand twist. Speak to the staff and you soon realise the staff are all complete coffee geeks. It has five different types of coffee on rotation, and staff can all tell you about the differences in great detail. Tamper brought the best of Kiwi café culture to Sheffield, with a laid back atmosphere and a New Zealand inspired brunch menu served till 3pm – plus a selection of fresh cakes and breads delivered daily by Depot Bakery. It’s also a hotbed of creativity, with many customers taking advantage of the relaxed atmosphere and amazing coffee to do some work.

Illustrator Adi Carter is one of Tamper Coffee’s creative regulars, “It’s like a second office for me. I love how friendly everyone is and I always seem to get so much more done when I’m here. And of course, the coffee is out of this world”.

149 Arundel Street (also at Kommune)

Wagon 1871

4 Leadmill Road


140 Charles Street


The City Centre is home to all the popular high street coffee chains. McDonalds’ coffee is surprisingly great. Patisserie Valerie do a FAB cappuccino. And then there’s that great British institution, known for its pastries and pasties: Greggs. Greggs sell a variety of hot drinks in all their stores, and they’re pretty proud of their 100% Fairtrade coffee blend. All of our high street brands work hard on presenttion, aroma, taste, value for money and of course sustainability.

  • Costa Coffee - Pinstone Street, Orchard Square and The Moor
  • Caffe Nero - Fargate and The Moor
  • Cuppacha Bubble Tea - Orchard Sqaure
  • Greggs - Fargate and The Moor
  • McDonalds - High Street
  • Patisserie Valerie - Barkers Pool
  • Starbucks - Fargate and Tudor Square

Department Stores Marks & Spencer (Fargate), Debenhams (The Moor), Atkinsons (The Moor) and John Lewis (Barkers Pool) all have their own in-store cafes.