Street food events have been undeniably growing in scope and style of late. Disused warehouses and indoor market halls across the country have become the natural home of independent businesses providing good food and beer to a weekend crowd. So much so, these collaborations are becoming less of a novelty and more of a legitimate answer to the age-old question of “where shall we go out tonight?”
It didn't take long for Sheffield's Peddler Market to make its mark in its first home on Arundel Street. So big a hit was Peddler, in fact, that it soon took on an event space all its own: Peddler Warehouse (next to The Depot Bakery), a 7500 square foot former industrial warehouse at the Neepsend side of Kelham Island. And it's now on once a month – the first Friday and Saturday, to be precise.
Grab a beer or cocktail, take your pick from the treats on offer, and enjoy the music from the Pink Wafer stage as you get settled in the warmth of Peddler Warehouse and its cobbled courtyard. It may be worth your while to stop eating right now, in preparation.
Opening times: Friday 5–11pm, Saturday 2–11pm.
On Saturdays at 2–6pm, kids can join in craft activities at Peddler. Coming up on 6 August there'll be a colouring in competition, and on 3 September My Arty Party will host craft workshops.
Peddler features in a short film we made with Sheffield Hallam Uni, alongside a bunch of the city's other foodie favourites – watch below.
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