Elm on Gibraltar Street in Sheffield is a laid-back, independent wine bar. The team are passionate about natural wines made by small-scale producers. Sip away, chill out and enjoy a glass or two with a sharing plate of farmhouse cheeses and artisan charcuterie.
A regularly changing menu of tapas-sized snacks and larger meals is also available. Example dishes include parsnip & walnut fritters with beetroot ketchup; Burrata, Roscoff onion, blood orange & bitter leaves; and, for a more substantial option, Barnsley chop with mint potatoes.
The bar area and courtyard are kept free for drinkers and walk-ins. If you want a table, it’s best to book.
At the time of writing, Elm opens Thursday to Sunday.
Photos: Elm’s Facebook page
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