Craft & Dough kicks off new Sheffield BID food event
Remember Dine Sheffield? It comes twice a year and offers crazy discounts at Sheffield’s restaurants? Well it was such a success, that Sheffield BID is launching a brand new monthly food event in the city centre.
Each month, Dine and Discover will promote a different city centre restaurant, with each eatery having its own deal to offer to customers, as well as its own unique event. The events will range from cocktail master classes to wine tasting or a set menu.
Sheffield BID manager Diane Jarvis said: “Following the success of our first two Dine Sheffield events, we know the people of Sheffield have a real appetite for getting out there and discovering the city’s restaurant scene.
“Dine and Discover will allow the public to try a restaurant that they haven’t visited before, or try something different at one of their favourite spots in the city. We hope Dine and Discover gives Sheffield’s dining scene a boost, and encourages more people to travel into the city centre for a meal out.”
Craft and Dough on Campo Lane will be the first featured Dine and Discover restaurant. They will be offering customers a cheeseboard, meat plate or vegan option, along with garlic tear and share and a bottle of wine for £14 throughout July.
The event of the month will be a pizza-making masterclass hosted at again, the Campo Lane branch where you can create your own artisan pizza with guidance from one of Craft & Dough’s top pizza chefs. The exclusive event will be on July 24th and is suitable for everyone, from beginners through to expert home pizzaiolos. Learn everything from which flour to use, right up to how to use a pizza paddle with the wood-fired oven.
For just £20, enjoy canapés and a drink on arrival (be that a soft drink, house lager or wine), make your masterpi-zza and also receive a pre-handstretched and proved dough ball to take home! You’ll also be able to nab the secret recipe all Craft & Dough pizzaiolos swear by.
During March, Dine Sheffield is estimated to have generated £110,000 for the city’s economy, with 3,000 diners taking advantage of the great offers.