In Wentworth itself, the George and Dragon and Rockingham Arms pubs are justifiably popular (and usually very busy!). Both serve a wide range of food and drink. The “George” is a particular favourite of real ale enthusiasts and recently won the local CAMRA Pub of the Year award; we recommend the award-winning WPA (“woppa”) produced by Wentworth’s own village brewery!
Nearby, you might also like to try the recently-refurbished Horseshoe at Harley, the Bay Horse at Scholes, the Norfolk Arms near Hood Hill (very popular for its food) or the Commercial in Chapeltown (another good real ale pub).
Restaurants & Cafes
There is only one restaurant in the village, Le Bistro, which opens most lunchtimes and evenings and serves an excellent range of food at very reasonable prices. Be sure to book in advance, especially at weekends!
For lighter meals and snacks there are cafes at the Garden Centre and at the Arts, Crafts and Antiques centre in the Old Building Yard. Refreshments are sometimes also available at the Mechanics Institute when it is open for events.
There are a number of good restaurants nearby, including the Greenhead House at Chapeltown, the restaurants attached the Whitley Hall and Tankersley Manor hotels and, a little further afield, the Olde Mustard Pot in Midhopestones. Alternatively, take a trip into the centre of Sheffield for a wide selection of restaurants to suit all tastes.