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MetiNews.Com - Not all hospitality venues survived the tough coronavirus lockdowns
Breaking News ! Despite the loosening of more coronavirus rules from Monday - it isn't good news for all businesses. The multiple Covid-19 lockdowns have meant that some pubs, restaurants and bars just haven't been able to survive this year. The hospitality industry has been seriously hit and those in Sheffield are no exception. During the past few months we have had to say goodbye to many institutions and favourites in the city. Below is a look at some of those businesses in Sheffield that just couldn't make it. Enter your postcode to see businesses open near you Devonshire Cat The Devonshire Cat (Image: Google Maps) In June 2020 the news was announced that the Sheffield institution would be closed for good. Announcing they would not re-open the Devonshire Cat, Abbeydale Brewery said: "It has become increasingly challenging to run the Devonshire Cat as a viable business. "This is despite every effort made by our team to make it a warm and welcoming venue with a fantastic food and drink offering and we're hugely proud of what we were able to achieve in our little corner of Sheffield. "It is, therefore, inevitable that the Covid-19 outbreak has had a devastating effect on the viability of the business. "Unfortunately , the rateable value of our city centre venue was too high to benefit from the grants offered at this time." Royal Oak, Mosborough The Royal Oak pub in Mosborough has been closed and so has the car park after a chemical spill (Image: Google) Customers were left gutted earlier this month when the Royal Oak in Mosborough was demolished. The Royal Oak in the High Street in Mosborough was torn down over the weekend of May 8 with diggers coming onto the site to reduced the pub to rubble. The Royal Oak was forced to close in October last year after a chemical spillage in the car park of the site made it unsafe to open. Customers said that they were "gutted" that the historic site had been knocked down.
. Owners of the the Yorkshireman Rock Bar announced that the live music institution will not re-open due to issues with the building. In a statement on the Yorkshireman Facebook page owners said: "As a lot of you have heard already, the Yorkshireman will not be reopening after the lockdown is over. "This is not due to the management or staff or money issues, it is because the council are doing major building work next door and demolishing and then rebuilding the old co-op. "Unfortunately this involves a scaffold through our dancefloor and DJ booth and may compromise the structural integrity of the Yorkshireman. "We are on the lookout for a new venue, so please keep this page if you are interested in seeing where we land."
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The Peacock Inn
The Peacock in Stannington, Sheffield
The Sheffield village pub closed its doors in November 2020 as it struggled to cope with lockdown. The pub in Stannington announced its closure to "devastated" customers. In an emotional post on the pubs Facebook page the owners said that they were "very sad" to be saying goodbye to their customers. Gerties Cafe
Gerties cafe will not be reopening
The cafe on South Road in the Walkley area of the city announced in July last year that it would close. It meant that it would not re-open despite the easing of lockdown restrictions. Las Iguanas The restaurant in West One closed in summer 2020. It came after its parent company went into administration. At the time it was confirmed that 20 jobs would lost.
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