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Sister team Hatty and Emily have taken the classic mac & cheese and brought it up to date with exciting toppings, served with their favourite tipple: a glass of fizz.

Their Fizz & Fromage signature sauce celebrates all things local, made with Our Cow Molly milk and three fantastic cheeses from Porter Brook Deli.

You will find Fizz & Fromage just above the Peace Gardens on Pinstone Street during the festival. If you're unsure, follow the moreish smell of melting cheese...

“We cannot wait to get behind the other side of the hatch and serve up our full range of mac & cheese pots and deep-fried mac rocks to the good people of Sheffield.”



Pie Eyed began three years ago with just Jack and his horse box. They serve delicious proper pies encased in hand-crafted, all-butter pastry, with fillings ranging from the crowd-pleasing beef brisket to vegan shepherd’s pie, ale and pancetta, and more. Pie Eyed specialise in weddings and events and you can find their pies stocked at Mr. Pickles' and Birdhouse Tea Bar & Kitchen.

You will find Pie Eyed on Pinstone Street, serving their homemade proper pies.

“We’re looking forward to catching up with other traders - swapping street food amongst one another - a proper pie for a Caribbean meal or homemade ice cream in a cone.”



Livvy’s make their Italian-style creamy gelato themselves from all natural and seasonal ingredients, sourced locally where possible. Their mint choc chip, for example, is infused overnight with fresh mint from Rustlings Road allotments. All the cordials for their slush machine are homemade using just fruit and sugar, with nothing artificial. Flavours are seasonal, so look out for locally-foraged elderflower.

You can find Livvy’s Ice Cream on Pinstone Street, where they will be serving from their vintage van, Nellie.

“I am looking forward to unveiling the winning flavour from my recent ‘design an ice cream flavour’ competition. There were some incredible ideas submitted.”



Sheffield-based Gin Cart will be serving a great selection of gin and tonics from their stunning blue horse trailer on Pinstone Street.

You’ll find gins from small batch distilleries, including Yorkshire makers Masons, Tinker, Whittaker’s and the excellent Sir Robin of Locksley, distilled in Sheffield.

"We are looking forward to being back in our home city and sharing our passion for gin.

"The festival will be an excellent opportunity to serve great gin with great tonics and garnishes, giving festival goers the chance to try something new."

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