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Submitted on Monday, 30th July 2012
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Crossfield Tavern, Sheffield

Pub added by Will Larter
201 Mortomley Lane
High Green
Postal town: Sheffield
S35 3HT
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Alan Winfield left this review about Crossfield Tavern

The Crossfield Tavern is a smallish stone built pub that is a bit of a walk from any other pubs.
The pub still had its Stones signs outside which is a sign i used to like seeing when in South Yorkshire.
Once inside there was a single room which was carpeted and had bench seating and small stools,there were no real ales on the bar and the keg option was John Smiths smooth crap which i tried and it was crap.
This is a decent enough pub just a shame there was'nt one real ale on here.

Pub visited 21/7/2012

On 21st July 2012 - rating: 6
[User has posted 6113 recommendations about 6113 pubs]

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Latest updates View all updates for Crossfield Tavern, High Green
29th Dec 2014, 14:41
Request to mark pub as closed by hondo . approved
29th Dec 2014, 13:47
Request to mark pub as closed submitted by hondo ., with included notes: Other:

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  • Real Ale : No last updated 30 July 2012 by David McNally
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