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Dine Sheffield: Sheffield's restaurant week returns

by Now Then Sheffield
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Food lovers rejoice! Dine Sheffield returns this month for 11 days of glorious scran from 10-20 October.

If you haven't heard of it, Dine Sheffield is a celebration of the vibrant and burgeoning food scene we have here in our city and features top-notch savings and bespoke menus at a selection of Sheffield city centre's best-loved food and drink spots.

Returning for the fifth time, Dine Sheffield is a flagship initiative of Sheffield BID's Alive After Five campaign, designed with the purpose of rejuvenating the evening economy in the city centre and encouraging people to enjoy the fine establishments that Sheffield has to offer.

Around 40 cafes, pubs and restaurants are taking part in this year's Dine Sheffield, with more being added all the time so keep checking the website. New additions to the line-up include Kommune, Street Food Chef and Site Gallery's Kollective Coffee & Kitchen, along with favourites Inox Dine, Cubana and Craft & Dough.

All of the eateries taking part have crafted their own bespoke menus, with deals priced at £10, £15 or £20. All you need to do to take advantage of these offers is to head to the Dine Sheffield website, choose the deals you want, and download the vouchers to your phone, to be shown at the restaurant when you dine.

Dine Sheffield is happening from 10-20 October. Keep up to date with all the Dine Sheffield news by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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by Now Then Sheffield

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