The Milestone Group invite Sheffield Chamber Members to join us at The VIP Opening Of Cutlery Works

2nd November 2018

We are extremely excited to announce the opening of Cutlery Works! We would love for you to join us on our very special VIP launch night on the 7th November! Please let us know if you are able to attend!  Following the Chamber Social networking event at Craft & Dough at The Wig & Pen on Wednesday 7th November, The Milestone Group would love Sheffield Chamber members to be among the first in Sheffield to experience their newest 'food destination' Cutlery Works.

The 15,000 sq ft Rutland Cutlery Works building in Kelham Island will house 10 independent restaurants and four bars, and is expected to be the largest independent food hall in northern England.  Designed by Sheffield's Coda Planning there will be a mix of permanent outlets and semi-permanent pop-ups and the venue can also be hired out for private events. Inspired by the hawker markets of South East Asia, with influences from Lisbon, New York and Barcelona. Cutlery Works brings a unique dining experience to the people who live, work and enjoy visiting Sheffield. To book on to the Chamber Social Event, please register here

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