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Located in the Devonshire Quarter, the Old House is said to be have been the original town house of the Duke of Devonshire (circa 1800’s) – hence the name. The original features like the porch-way dome and Georgian exterior have all been emphasized with period colours but the rest of the decor is pretty much a selection of rammel and paraphernalia that we like; from old vinyl sleeves and kitsch ornaments to chintzy plates and plastic pineapple ice-buckets.
The indie-rock and roll bar with its open fire, mock lounge and dining room and cosy homely feel celebrates all that's good about booze on a daily basis with an extensive selection of drinks boasting 10 draughts, 63 bottled beers from Trappist to fruit beers and not forgetting the 'to-die-for' cocktails. The walls are adorned with classic LPs, quirky art and old photos and shelves are stacked with retro rammel and music related bric-a-brac. The atmosphere is fun and you won't find a single inch of attitude, instead you'll be welcomed, offered hearty fodder, great drinks and be lucky to escape a visit without the obligatory shot of chilled Jager!
Our laid-back bar is a more eclectic home-from-home, where you can eat delicious home-made Sheffield snap and listen to good music while chit-chatting to like minded spirits over quality booze well into the late hours. The vibe is anything goes.
No pretence, just good drinks, good food and nice people.
Various pies are available every day. Great discounts are available on Burger Wednesdays and Pie Fridays.
Mains typically £8 and starters £4