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Post  lunt on Mon 19 Aug 2019, 16:31

Hi, I'm part of a small group who like to play games in an evening and, for the most part, a pub will do the job. However, as we have under-18s who are now more interested in playing we're looking for somewhere we can go that's got tables suitable for playing games on, lets under-18s in even if they're not eating a meal, and doesn't close at 5:30.

Ideally we're looking for somewhere along around Hillsborough / Walkley / Netherthorpe, or, failing that, somewhere in the centre of Sheffield. We've been to Patriot for an evening and that was great but it'd just be nice for there to be somewhere to get a coffee or something from!

Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks very much, Craig

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Post  DaveB on Mon 19 Aug 2019, 16:40

lunt wrote:Hi, I'm part of a small group who like to play games in an evening and, for the most part, a pub will do the job. However, as we have under-18s who are now more interested in playing we're looking for somewhere we can go that's got tables suitable for playing games on, lets under-18s in even if they're not eating a meal, and doesn't close at 5:30.

Ideally we're looking for somewhere along around Hillsborough / Walkley / Netherthorpe, or, failing that, somewhere in the centre of Sheffield. We've been to Patriot for an evening and that was great but it'd just be nice for there to be somewhere to get a coffee or something from!

Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks very much, Craig

The Treehouse boardgame cafe might be a good fit for you: https://www.treehousesheffield.com/
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Post  lunt on Mon 19 Aug 2019, 17:33

DaveB wrote:The Treehouse boardgame cafe might be a good fit for you:

The issue with the Treehouse is that the other attendees, quite understandably, don't want to have to pay an extra fiver to play their own games when they could go to the pub for free. That's really the crux of the issue.

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Post  DaveB on Tue 20 Aug 2019, 10:09

lunt wrote:
DaveB wrote:The Treehouse boardgame cafe might be a good fit for you:

The issue with the Treehouse is that the other attendees, quite understandably, don't want to have to pay an extra fiver to play their own games when they could go to the pub for free. That's really the crux of the issue.

Which is, funnily enough, the reason I don't often go there myself, despite it being a very nice place!
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Post  Aneurin on Sun 01 Sep 2019, 20:33

Hi Craig, I'm sure Jon at Castle Gaming in Stocksbridge would be happy to host you. Tea and coffee included. I can ask his reduced rate for under 18s... its a club shop so not a pub... plenty of food options around too if needed. Transport could use the 52 or the tram link bus...
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