Welcome to The Cross Scythes pub in
Our picturesque pub is housed in a
building which, according to Sheffield History,
in part dates from the 17th century.
The Cross Scythes was opened as a pub
around 1818 by Samuel Hopkinson, a local farmer and scythe maker, to serve
traffic on the new Baslow to Greenhill turnpike.
Nowadays, the pub is a bustling,
stylish watering hole and eatery in the heart of Totley, with close proximity
to the beautiful Peak District National Park.
We pride ourselves on attentive, caring
service and freshly prepared, locally-sourced food that changes with the
The pub is owned by front of house
manager Ben Stazi and chef patron Scott Philliskirk, who became friends when
they worked at the Cross Scythes in 2009 under previous owners.
They have returned to the pub to
combine their expertise and share their passion for making the Cross Scythes
the best it can be.
There is disabled access and toilets to
the rear of the building and we offer free WiFi to customers.
We welcome well behaved dogs in our
garden and ask that they are kept on a short lead.