LNOF Guide to Sheffield
The Luftwaffe tried to bomb it and Thatcherism came close to crippling it. Even Danny Wilson did his bit to harm one half of it, but the city of steel has survived all this to flourish as a hotbed of clubs, clothes and world championship snooker.
Sheffield stag weekends continue to draw the weekend punters, as it has plenty of fun things for you to do - galleries and live music everywhere, historical gardens (very pleasant venues for either a drunken daytime kip or wander), modern and retro shopping establishments, a healthy choice of sporting venues and museums, a wide selection of restaurants and diners, a majestic cathedral. And, on top of all of that – it has a renowned, banging club scene.
The punters are friendly without being over-bearing, the city is easy to get to (regardless of where you're all coming from), and the physicality of its streets is safe enough to keep even the most legless of you from getting lost* (* LNOF reserves the right to be wrong, now and again on this point).
It's not just the booming city centre bars that are worth a peek either – there are other areas such as Broomhill, home to the famous Broomhill Tavern, and the swanky bars of Ecclesall Road. It’s time to celebrate in the city that implores you to "Go The Full Monty".