The Botanist to open in Sheffield

The Botanist to open in Sheffield

The Botanist has announced it will be opening its doors in Sheffield in October. The unique pub and restaurant, operated by The New World Trading Company, will reside in Leopold Square taking Prince Leopold’s Music Room.

Holding a prominent position in the city centre, the impressive site will cover a total of 10,000sq ft., arranged over the ground, first and second floor of a Grade II listed building.

The Botanist’s new venue will create up to 100 jobs for locals within the Sheffield City Region, and those who are interested in applying are invited to attend two recruitment days on 30 and 31 August at the Leopold Hotel.

The bar offers botanical cocktails, a vast selection of world famous beers and ales and a handpicked selection of gins, local to each of The Botanist sites. The new Sheffield venue will be the UK’s tenth Botanist alongside its existing offerings in Manchester, Chester, Alderley Edge, Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Marlow, Farnham and most recently Knutsford.

The New World Trading Company chief executive officer, Chris Hill, said: “We are incredibly excited to bring The Botanist concept to Sheffield. The character and atmosphere of Leopold Square is the perfect location for our brand and we look forward to making Sheffield our next home.”

Alongside its extensive drinks offering, guests can dine on food inspired by the deli, rotisserie and BBQ. The Botanist will also host live music with daily energetic evening gigs and lazy Sunday afternoon sessions with a real home-from-home atmosphere.


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