Outside Peddler Night Market

Braving the Cold – Peddler Night Market

Last night was a particularly freezing one in Sheffield, it had been snowing most of the day and we spent the afternoon debating whether we’d be able to make it out to Peddler, a street food market. By the time I’d finished working the snow had cleared from the roads so we decided to go for it. I’m so glad we put our layers on and braved the weather!

I’ve been to Peddler before but not since it moved down to 92 Burton Rd. It’s the perfect venue for it. The market started at 5pm, we got down there at about half six and it was already quite busy. I was worried about the weather keeping people away and because it’s not in the city centre I thought it might put people off. I was happy I was wrong, it was great to see so many people there, by the time we left it was heaving!

Outside the main entrance to the warehouse were a few food trucks, we had a quick look at these then headed in, first stop naturally being the bar! Under a swath of fairy lights, listening to the DJ, armed with an ice cold pint, yes not the most appropriate choice for a freezing night, we decided to scout out what food options were on offer. There was a variety of cuisines on offer, not masses of veggie options this time but still enough to keep me from going hungry.

We spotted a mac and cheese truck, Mac Daddies, I couldn’t pass it by. I’ve not been eating cheese much lately, it turned out to be a rather cheese filled evening! Mac and cheese is one of my favourites, I’ll save my gushing stories of my love of it for another time though. So we were stood in the courtyard in the rain with our beer and mac and cheese next to a fire. It was pretty good. Creamy, cheesy, just what you want on a cold night.

After another wander round and a warm by the fires we opted to get pizza from Nether Edge Pizza, we had them cater our wedding so we knew we were in for some delicious wood fired pizza. We had to wait half an hour but when we sat to eat it we weren’t disappointed, definitely worth the wait and it was as amazing as we remembered from last time.

Then we bought brownies from Depot Bakery and headed home to enjoy them in the warmth with a whisky!

It was a brilliant night, can’t wait for the next one we can make it to, really worth braving the cold.

 

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