The New Barrack Tavern, Sheffield - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3171) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
- Smoking area
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Garrison Hotel, Sheffield (0.1 miles), Burgoyne Arms, Sheffield (0.2 miles), Queens Ground Hotel, Sheffield (0.2 miles), Legends Sports Bar, Hillsborough (0.4 miles), Rawson Spring, Hillsborough (0.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Visited this pub today attending the Sheff Wed V West Ham FA cup tie.... superb atmosphere both for home and away fans. Great selection of well kept local ales all in good order. They served the usual kind of food and looked and smelled great... there was a big screen to watch the pre match footy. There are three rooms with a small bar at the front... which was easier to get served in when it got busy. Overall this is a cracking real ale pub with a good atmosphere, well worth a visit. Ph and there is a fairly big enclosed beer garden at the back.... |
Enigma35 - 8 Jan 2012 21:59
|As good a pub as you would expect of one of the Tynemill group. A visit to Hillsborough would not be the same without calling in for a pint or two from their well-kept, well-priced and well-chosen range of ales. Fast and friendly service with a good bustling atmosphere. The Tynemill "1 over the 8" scheme was well in evidence, the stamps being handed out without a request being necesdsary, and I noted that there were even periods when double stamps were distributed (unfortunately not when we called), thus giving a free pint for each 4 purchased. |
Stamfordian - 19 Mar 2011 10:40
|Sadly the photo is well out of focus and does not do any justice to this fine edifice of a boozer. It's a big,solid building on the main road in the Hillsborough area of the city. Castle Rock beers plus guest ales; very friendly staff and a couple of rooms off the main corridor area (where most people seem to drink). Handy for the Owls footie and an easy walk from the Supertram. A great traditional pub which looks much today as it probably did a hundred years ago.|
mcroyal - 16 Feb 2011 23:15
|In addition to my last comment. Have I had a drop too much or is that picture out of focus?|
JCsbrogues - 18 Oct 2010 16:38
|A fine pub in the Tyne Mill chain. Landlord and landlady go that extra mile to make you feel welcome and the beer is always spot on. My favourite evening is several pints here and then a stroll straight up the hill to eat at Mama Mia Pepes Italian restaurant. |
Having said that. We've also eaten here. It serves good value pub fare which has always been well cooked.
JCsbrogues - 18 Oct 2010 16:37
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