Enjoy the perfect cuppa the next time you’re out and about in South Sheffield; these are some of our personal favourite places to grab a spot of tea and a bite to eat.
Found on Abbeydale Road, Bragazzi’s is a quaint and idyllic Italian deli and café that sells breakfast, sandwiches, cakes and dried goods. What’s more, in summer they sell fresh gelato, and in winter they stack their shelves of hard-to-come-by Christmas produce all the way from Italy.
Bragazzi’s offers the perfect place to try something new and a little fancy with your family or friends, and even if you’re not in the mood for tea – you can pick something up to take home and cook with!
The first board game café in Sheffield, Treehouse is a friendly and welcoming space for people of all ages to discover their library of over 800 board games.
Their barista-style coffee and menu comprises of a locally sourced food from all over Sheffield, offering plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. Its large doors and open-plan interior proves perfectly suitable for wheelchairs users, offering free cover for students and pensioners before 7pm on weekdays. A great, quirky and unique place to visit with grandma or grandad!
Made by Jonty has been serving all day brunch for over 10 years on Sharrow Vale Road. With Ecclesall Road being right on the doorstep, it’s just the place to pop into after a day of shopping in town, offering locally sourced food – with a twist! They also offer a take-away service, making for a perfect, freshly made lunch to take with you to Endcliffe park, just a short distance away.
The tearoom is a little on the cosy side, which may make it difficult for guests with wheelchairs, but simply ask for help and the staff will do what they can to make everyone feel comfortable.