Entertainment, bars, cafes and restaurants

More venues for eating, drinking and socialising will help extend footfall into the evening, whilst the refined national chains will appeal to the business community and help differentiate Heart of the City II from other dining areas in the city centre.

Plans include an energetic and vibrant food hall, which will offer a range of cuisines showcasing local produce, alongside potential venues offering boutique bowling, ping pong and crazy golf. These flexible day-and-night destinations will also boast a high-quality food and drink experience.

Sheffield has a fiercely independent spirit, but like any big city there is also a desire to have access to the biggest and best national brands. The food and beverage offer is therefore being planned specifically to cater for both.

Marmadukes, for example, a local stalwart of incredible coffee and service, is moving into a space in Grosvenor House directly underneath HSBC. On-trend and relaxed independent venues will serve a younger, aspirational demographic through food halls and pioneering new cuisine offers.

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