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To kick off 2020, we want to showcase a selection of recent openings in Sheffield, some of which may already be on your list to try in the New Year. Read on for inspiration.

For drinks, there are now more choices to satisfy your thirst, with our first stop at the Fulwood Ale Club. This is the second venue from the Brew Foundation who run the Ecclesall Ale Club on Ecclesall Road. You can enjoy beers from breweries worldwide on cask, keg and by the bottle.

Two Thirds Beer Co opened on Abbeydale Road in November 2019. As the name suggests this bar serves ale in two-third measures, although you can order a pint if you want to. They have a regularly-changing menu of cask and keg beers, featuring breweries including Lost Industry, Tiny Rebel and Abbeydale. They're dog friendly and you can drink in or take away.

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Two Thirds Beer Co

The Palm Tree in Walkley re-opened late last year as The Raven Inn after undergoing a significant renovation. Loxley Brewery, who run the Wisewood Inn, have taken over the reins. You can enjoy a snug and traditional pub atmosphere with the brewery's own beers on tap, alongside local favourites from the likes of Blue Bee, Thornbridge and The Brew Foundation.

If you prefer spirits and cocktails, then The Parrot Club on Burton Road, next to Peddlers Market, is the perfect place to try. This rum bar has been launched by the team behind O'Hara's spiced rum. They offer specialised rums, a range of wine, experimental cocktails and live music. If you want to become more of a rum pro, then look out for their rum school events.

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Aesthete

Alyssum cafe have opened their second venue, Aesthete, on South Road in Walkley. They serve a tempting selection of homemade cakes and brunch options from porridge to the Aesthete breakfast stack. There's plenty of vegan and gluten-free options and they are dog-friendly. On a Friday and Saturday evening you can try their meze and sharing platter menu.

Beanies Wholefoods moved to their new location last year and they now have a cafe, which sits alongside their shop. You can enjoy a friendly atmosphere and a choice of delicious wholesome soups, focaccia sandwiches, vibrant salads, pastries and cakes, There's lots of options for veggies and vegans, as well as great coffee and tea.

In Fitzalan Square you'll find the Danish-inspired Hygge cafe, a place where you can work, eat, drink and even watch films. They've crafted cosy corners for coffee, desk space, if you want to use your laptop, and they have a mini cinema too. Food wise, you can of course indulge in Danish pastries or grab a bite to eat for lunch with homemade sandwiches and soups to choose from.

If you've been searching for quality gluten-free bread, then check out The Suited Baker. They are an artisan bakery specialising in vegan and gluten-free fare. From their home at Baltic Works on Effingham Street, they're freshly baking a range which includes sourdough, focaccia, brownies and macarons. They supply to the likes of Bullion chocolate at Cutlery Works and directly to customers via online orders. You can order via their website and arrange collection.

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Last year, Edo Sushi opened their third venue at the Wig & Pen on Campo Lane. The new restaurant offers a familiar fusion menu to anyone who has tried their food at their venues on High Court Chambers or in Cutlery Works. You can mix and match tapas dishes with choices of steamed dumplings, sushi rolls and gyozas. Pricing is simple, with main dishes including curries, ramen and tempura all round the £10 mark, making it an affordable city centre option.

Turnip and Thyme is a small restaurant on Ecclesall Road South, run by brother and sister team Robert and Louise Moore. You can look forward to a warm welcome and a menu inspired by locally sourced and seasonal ingredients. If you love a hearty Sunday roast with all of the trimmings, then book on for their Sunday Roasts which are held on the last Sunday of the month.

We'll round off our list with Abbeydale Road's The Teller, a bar and restaurant focused on sophisticated small plates. You can choose to share or have a selection to yourself from the menu which includes seafood, meat and vegan dishes. There's plenty of tempting options from crab arancini with pickled mustard mayo, Grana Padano and white onion tortellini to oxtail croquettes with Madagascan green peppercorn sauce.

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