Sunshine Pizza Oven

The Sunshine Pizza Oven make authentic wood-fired pizza using fresh, high-quality ingredients, including fresh whole mozzarella. They make their own dough using 100% stone-ground organic pizza flour and their tomato sauce is made by slow roasting onions with organic tomatoes and garlic until it's reduced to a thick, delicious ragu.
You can find them in and around the city at events and they have regular pop-ups at Stanage Edge in the Peaks, The Climbing Works and at the Rendezvous Cafe in Totley.
At the festival, they will offer an array of traditional thin-crust Neapolitan pizzas plus some spring specials. There will be something for everyone, whether you are vegetarian, hardcore carnivore, vegan or gluten-free. Everything is made and cooked to order.
Sunshine Pizza Oven are looking forward to sharing their pizzas with festival goers who appreciate top quality pizza. As they quite rightly say, "It's always a pleasure to fraternise with other obsessive foodies."

Joni Bakery

At Joni Bakery they make handcrafted, beautiful and distinctive macarons. Their creations are inspired by seasonal flavours and classic combinations with a contemporary twist. Joni creators Kathryn and Liam will definitely be bringing a unique experience to the Food Festival.
You may have already seen their macarons in Steam Yard, Upshot Espresso or Teatime Vintage, and now they have their own macaron and coffee bar on South Road in Walkley.
For the festival, Joni will have a wide variety of their macarons on offer, all made in Sheffield, for you to create your own gift box or enjoy immediately. To tempt your taste buds, their flavour combinations have included pistachio & dark chocolate, matcha & white chocolate, rose, lemon & ginger, and pistachio & Belgian chocolate.
They are really looking forward to the festival: "As big fans of the festival over the years, we're so pleased to now be a part of it [...] We just hope we get a chance to explore the festival ourselves (and eat!)."

Pie Eyed

Pie Eyed serve proper pie and mash using the best ingredients they can find from local butcher Nick and greengrocer Pete. They are passionate about pies and make their own all-butter shortcrust pastry to encase their delicious fillings.
You can find Pie Eyed at the pop-up cafe at Union Street every Thursday. With the help of their converted horse trailer, they get out and about to showcase their pie and mash.
At the festival they will be serving up some of their classics, like beef brisket, Black Sheep ale & chorizo jam and cheddar & caramelised onion, plus a few newbies. This will be Pie Eyed’s first time at the festival and they are thrilled to be involved: "Sheffield has a cracking food and drink scene with some ace producers, so it will be good to see what is around."

Village Screen

The Village Screen pop-up cinema shows classic films in unusual locations around Sheffield. They have screened films in locations from car park rooftops to outdoor swimming pools, aiming to wow their audiences with films, food and entertainment.
For the festival, they are introducing a foodie cinema experience in the Winter Gardens, where audiences will be able to kick back on deckchairs and be served food from particular scenes in each film.
On the evening of Saturday 28 May, they will screen Chef alongside a menu of Cuban sandwiches, pork sliders and New Orleans-style beignets. On Sunday 29 May, you can watch When Harry Met Sally and enjoy grilled radicchio, pastrami sandwiches and apple pie. There will be vegetarian choices and options to cater for any food intolerances.
Village Screen are looking forward to eating their way round every stall during the festival weekend, hopefully whilst basking in the sunshine.