The Sheffield Food Festival in located in the heart of Sheffield City Centre at the following venues.
Peace Gardens – Pinstone Street – Sheffield – S1 2HH
All demonstrations will all be held in the Festival Kitchen at the demonstration marquee on the Peace Gardens (unless stated).
The Peace Gardens’ picturesque green lawns offer space to relax. This is where you’ll find the festival demonstration kitchen and learn a new skill watching master-classes from renowned chefs. In 2014 the New York Times cited Sheffield as ‘Britain’s best beer city’ – which is unsurprising considering the city’s abundance of exciting breweries. Beer lovers will find a fine selection of craft beers in the beer festival marquee. Stroll towards the outer Peace Gardens to experience a hubbub of colour and scent amongst the array of market traders and street food stands.
Town Hall Square
Town Hall Square offers variety in abundance; festival-goers can pick up a freshly brewed coffee or some delicious noodles before perusing stalls of cakes, cheeses, preserves and more.
Millennium Square & St Paul’s Place
Wend your way into Millennium Square through a host of creative traders and exhibitors to the hotspot for family activities. Last year, Whirlow Hall Farm Trust brought their pop-up farmyard with chicks, ducks and lambs! More adventurous types were able to head round the corner to Smoke BBQ’s bucking bronco.
Sheffield’s glasshouse haven will host a range of activities for kids and adults alike. Last year, Sheffield-based Approved Food were there to promote their #PerfectlyGood campaign, showcasing how perfectly good food can be used in cooking; and one of our festival artists got the children to help him to stock up his market stall with colourful fruit and veg.