I love living on this street and can’t imagine living anywhere else in Sheffield. I never seem to need to leave it – seriously, butcher, baker, candlestick-maker sort of street with loads of independent shops.
- ISH Fabrics – amazing range of fabrics and huge tubs for rummaging for offcuts
- The Greedy Greek – deli extraordinaire
- Seven Hills Bakery – local, freshly baked bread. Opens just in the afternoon. Perfection.
- Sharrow Vale Hardware – so useful! And for a hardware shop, a complete pleasure to be in – gorgeous range of cookware as well as lovely paints, it looks great, the staff are extremely helpful and also, entirely essentially, non patronising.
- The Sharrow Marrow – fruit and veg and friendly service
- Roneys Butchers – brilliant, particularly hot pork sandwiches and lamb chops
- Gilbert and Sons – new and antique furniture crammed in a sprawling green shop
- Fancie – because sometimes only an overpriced cupcake will do
- The Vintage Tableware Company – gorgeous tablewear to buy and hire, friendly owner and one extremely cute Jack Russell
- Rhythm and Booze (obviously)
- Sharrow Vale Barbers – I’ve not personally had my hair done there but we know Sarah does a fantastic job!
Other places that are not shops but also are brilliant:
- A Month of Sunday’s – Sheffield artist Pete McKee’s gaff.
- Thelma’s – beautiful cafe and good salads/cheese/cake selection
- Made by Jonty – good breakfasts
- Bilash – excellent Indian takeaway
- The Lescar – very fond memories of devouring a baked Camembert following a 5 mile snowy walk. They also have comedy nights and a good beer garden.