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Fagan's, Sheffield - pub details


Address: 69 Broad Lane, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 4BS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5253) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Sheffield (0.7 miles), Darnall (2.9 miles), Meadowhall (3.4 miles)

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What's Fagan's good for?

Fagan's is good for grub. Fagan's is excellent for grub. Get yourself down to Fagan's at lunchtime for an All Day Breakfast (you're likely to be astounded by it) or, even, better... a pie.

A steak and ale pie or a meat and potato pie... these things are pretty huge, they're sourced from a local butcher and they're served with chips, gravy and peas (the default, but you can have beans if you ask)... and a pint of Moonshine.

Yeah... a pint of Moonshine.

I like Fagan's. They have nice green VAT receipts for my outings too.

But don't forget to try the All Day Breakfast at least once.
Hippogriff - 25 Nov 2010 16:27
Initially, a slightly uninviting-looking boozer over 2 rooms, you might be expecting Gene Hunt and Ray Carling to be propping up one end of the 50�s style bar. Only two ales on the go � Tetley Bitter and Abbeydale Moonshine (my Moonshine was in good form). There�s some nice period features to admire such as the wood-paneling and plush banquettes; though parts can feel rather worn in places with a hint of better times having passed. I received a friendly welcome from the couple here have been in charge for a fair while - there�s an award from 1989 on the wall featuring their faces. There was some slightly unusual piped music (sounded like Rene Artois belting out some lounge classics) plus a selection of daily papers and a book exchange. Food was available and sounded rather appetising but didn�t have enough time to sample. Live music sessions were advertised. I caught it on a quiet evening; I guess this another one that relies mainly on student trade. Overall, it�s worth popping in as it�s a decent little boozer but don�t necessarily prioritise it over others in the city pub crawl stakes if you can�t fit it in easily.
Quinno - 24 Aug 2009 22:14
Great classic lookin boozer only discovered thru GBG, great tasting pint of hometown Abbeydale Moonshine was quaffed and served by a friendly barman/landlord?, well worth a visit, 7/10
fat_beer_badger - 17 Jun 2009 16:08
Fine, traditional, former Tetley's pub situated on one of the main roads leading up to the University campus.

The splendid wood-pannelling and plush banquettes give a cosy, old fashioned feel.

For reasons which escaped me, initially I was virtually the only customer present on my mid-afternoon visit last Friday, although a small group of friendly students later joined me. In true student style, they had been drinking since opening time, but hadn't eaten yet that day and proceeded to enquire about the availability of all day breakfasts.

There's one main bar with a small intimate snug to the right as you go in - "just a small room with a couple of tables and chairs" - as one of the students dismissively put it.

My pint of Abbeydale Moonshine tasted rather uninspiring to me and the only other real ale on was Tetleys, but I liked this place as a pub.

It's a GBG regular, so I'll put my uninspiring pint down as a one off

I 'll definitely seek this one out again
JohnBonser - 12 Mar 2009 13:43
Two Tetley Bitter pumps, plus Abbeydale Moonshine. Bar to right with nice wood surround incorporating lead-light stained glass panels, open lounge opposite bar, upholstered banquette seating & stools, trad wood tables. Rear room has an eclectic d�cor of old folk-muso photos and the pub offers folk music 5nts a week. Tiny snug to rt of entrance with seating for 6-8, and a small access of its own to the bar.
trainman - 4 Feb 2009 12:07

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