Craft and Dough

Jazz & Blues

Craft and Dough


  • Beer
  • Great food
2 / 5

May 11, 2018

Craft and Dough in Sheffield, UK, is the idyllic artesian pizza restaurant. Deliciously made pizzas accompanied by craft beers and specialist cocktails, you really don’t want to miss out on this place!

If handmade artisan pizzas and cool drinks fit your appetite, then Craft and Dough is the place you should spend your Friday night! The innovative restaurant is filled with delicious wonders, including speciality cocktails, craft beers and of course, their famous pizzas.

Opened by the same owners of the milestone and Wig & Pen gastropubs, Craft and Dough is a quiet and welcoming retreat in the historic district of Kelham Island. The simple urban décor adds warmth to this place with wooden walls and bare pine tables accompanied by a range of mismatched chairs. Bringing back an old-fashioned trend, they have hanging salami above their open kitchen with some herb and garlic strings.

The great thing about Craft and Dough is that their craft beers on tap are ever changing! This allows regular guests to enjoy the uniqueness of their beers as well as the opportunity for new customers to experience their crisp taste! Not only do they serve up some worldwide beers but they do indeed have speciality cocktails, mocktails (non-alcoholic cocktails), and a selection of spirits, liquors and ciders. However we do have our favourites; the ‘mango margarita’, served over ice, consisting of mango puree, tequila, curaçao, lime and sugar. As well as the ‘apple and sage’ cocktail that contains gin, fresh and zingy apple juice, lemon, sage, soda and egg white. If none of that fits your needs, then try some of their authentic coffee!

A quick note on their food, we highly recommend the starter of chilli garlic bread, followed by their wild garlic pesto pizza! It is a deliciously crafted pizza with red pepper, courgette, goats cheese and rocket! Add some bacon salt fries and you will not be disappointed! For desert order the Nutella dough balls!

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