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Dog and Partridge, Sheffield - pub details

Dog and Partridge

Address: 56 Trippet Lane, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 4EL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14364) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Sheffield (0.6 miles), Darnall (2.8 miles), Meadowhall (3.5 miles)

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Hi rpf1955,

just to get the record straight - are you sure you are referring to the right pub?

You seem to be describing The Grapes about 50 yards along the road which definitely does have a JFK room. The D & P doesn't and is "modernised", certainly not worn out.

I went in today and it was OK but only one ale on tap, so personally I prefer The Grapes.
vladtheimbiber - 14 Nov 2012 20:00
Slightly worn out pub but serving good Tetley beer. Musicians in on the Wednesday i was in, Playing in the Kennedy room, a memorial to JFK. They were in no hurry to ask you to leave.
rpf1955 - 30 Sep 2010 16:18
A pub that has mutiple personalities due to the range of people who come. Musicians in the evening sometimes accentuate its Irish profile. Proximity to city centre means it can also be a little rowdy, though not in a bad way. Best time to visit in my opinion is during the day. It's quiter, though never empty. The service attentive - especially if the landlady is present. The Guiness is good; as is the food - good value sarnies and the chip butties are the best for miles (am told the Scotch eggs are similarly good). It's comfortable, the snugs especially (where you can look at the old carvings of names and dates in the wooden surfaces). And there can't be many places that have a JFK room.
Stein - 10 Jun 2010 16:05
Irish pub in a city centre back street- but none of your faux nonsense, leprechauns or shamrocks here, this is a good boozer that is a pub with an Irish tint rather than a childish theme pub.
The fine green tiled frontage indicates that this was a Gilmour's pub. Beyond is a large network of cosy rooms, including a rear 'Kennedy room', the largest of the rooms, a front lounge and 2 pleasant snugs, both with gas fires. The front snug has an unobtrusive TV. The rooms are cosy and traditionally furnished throughout.
The pub isn't strong on real ale (for Sheffield at least), but Tetley bitter was fine on my visit. An Abbeydale pump was turned round, so at least it's not a keg zone.
Not a Sheffield must due to the sheer number of fine pubs nearby, but if you're a fan of traditional pubs you should try to head here at least once.
Carlurmston - 4 Feb 2010 12:46
Good back street pub, which boasts a good 'Irish' atmposphere, whether empty or full, without any tacky theming.
They have real ale in Abbeydale Brimstone and plenty of good Guinness.
If you fancy a bite to eat, their bar sandwiches are large, very nice and good value.
Overall, a very good pub.
SouthYorkshireman - 23 Dec 2009 10:36

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