8 of the Best Coffee Shops and Cafes in Sheffield
This guide will cover the coffee shops and cafes I have already been to AND the ones on my list for the future. I will note if it's a space that is suitable for remote working or if it's a place to chat with friends!
#1 Cutlery Works - Foundry Coffee Roasters
Address: 73-101 Neepsend Ln, Neepsend, Sheffield S3 8AT
Cutlery Works is one of my favorite work spaces because there is a TON of space and outlets spread throughout the second floor for people who are working remotely. Also they have a deal where it's £5 for unlimited tea or coffee ALL DAY! CW has lunch deals for £5 as well if you need some sustenance while getting 👏🏻 work 👏🏻 done 👏🏻
#2 Gaard Coffee Hide - Kelham
Address: 20-22 Burton Rd, Neepsend, Sheffield S3 8EP
Gaard is a cozy coffee shop tucked into Kelham Island with indoor and outdoor space. They have great snacks and drink options, and the cafe is suitable for remote workers and friends catching up. Sometimes it does fill up, so I wouldn't go here if you have meetings or need to talk out loud during your workday but otherwise it's a great spot!
#3 HYGGE Sheffield
Address: 14 Fitzalan Square, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2AZ
HYGGE is a great coffee shop and communal space in the Sheffield City Center. There is ample room (though often it fills up at the large table spaces) and a chilled atmosphere. HYGGE is set up to be a working space and has a variety of table sizes which work for a larger gathering or a solo venture. Highly recommend this cafe!
#4 Steam Yard
Address: Unit 1-2, Aberdeen Court, 97 Division Street, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 4GE
Steam Yard is a classic coffee shop on Division Street, known for its delectable pastries and three cheese toasties. The small shop does tend to fill up, though they have outdoor patio space which is perfect in the warmer months. I would recommend Steam Yard more for catching up with friends rather than a day of working, as the cafe needs to be able to filter people in and out more regularly than some of the larger options.
#5 Couch - Campo Lane
Address: 29-31 Campo Lane, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2EG
Couch is an underrated coffee shop in my opinion! You don't see it mentioned as often as some of the others in this guide, but the decor and atmosphere is just great at this large and lively spot. GREAT food and lovely employees from my experience. Couch is perfect for the lone worker, a larger party, or brunch with friends. Nestled into the city center of Sheffield, definitely one to check out if you're nearby.
#6 Birdhouse Tea Bar & Kitchen
Address: Sidney Street, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 4RG
I've only been to Birdhouse once, but it certainly made a good impression on my friends and I. I couldn't find an image that showed the IMPRESSIVE amount of loose leaf teas they sell (I recommend Custard Cream flavor) but it was something to behold. Great food and pleasant atmosphere - the perfect spot for a tea or lunch, but probably less of a workspace than some of the others mentioned.
#7 Marmadukes - Norfolk Row
Address: 22 Norfolk Row, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2PA
Marmadukes is a well-known cafe with a few locations in Sheffield! I have stopped in for breakfast before and was not disappointed. Full of charm and eager customers, Marmadukes is a perfect spot for brunch or a hot drink with a partner or friend. As some of the others mentioned here, it is a bit of a smaller space where people are coming and going, so probably not the one for an all-day working venture.
#8 Tamper Sellers Wheel
Address: 149 Arundel St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2NU
Tamper Sellers Wheel is the first on my list of coffee shops to go to! I haven't been yet, so I can't comment on the space or food, but from what I have heard from others it is a great working space. Additionally, from looking at the photos on their Instagram, the food looks pretty tasty too!
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