A JD Wetherspoon pub, right by the popular Sheffield nightlife scene and Sheffield's City Hall.
Opened in November 1999, this Wetherspoons pub takes its name from the inventor of the famous crucible steel-making process, which made Sheffield famous.
The pub sits on Cambridge Street, originally called Coalpit Lane, which was renamed when the duke of Cambridge laid the foundation stone of the nearby Crimean War monument, in 1857.
The Benjamin Huntsman has all the value offerings of Wetherspoons pubs, including a wide range of beers, lagers, ciders and more.
A full menu is available throughout the day, including many seasonal offers.