Marstons’ Pitcher & Piano bar will officially open the doors to its new Sheffield site this month.
With an interior by Concorde BGW, Pitcher & Piano has transformed its new home at the former National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) Building on Holly Street, a historic Sheffield landmark that has been vacant since the 80s.
Famed for its fun and vibrant atmosphere, this will be 18th site in the UK for the brand, alongside venues in York, Nottingham, Harrogate, Birmingham and Newcastle.
Pitcher & Piano Sheffield will serve up a range of “interesting and wonderful” cocktails, wines and premium draught on tap as well as fresh food from lunch through to the evening.
Colin Sadler, managing director of Pitcher & Piano, said: “We’re thrilled to be opening our brand-new site in Sheffield. The former NUM building offers a unique character, in line with our other beautifully designed bars across the country.
“Sheffield is a brilliant, vibrant city steeped in culture. Our latest site is stone’s throw from City Hall and the city’s famous theatre complex.
“We hope it will become an after-work favourite for the people of Sheffield.”