Don’t even bother checking your weather apps. We can tell you right here that it’s going to be a scorcher at the club this Summer. Book your tables in the garden, order yourself a watermelon granita cocktail and get ready for the best Summer EVER.
We’re a multi-talented lot here at the Club. Our very own Hathersage lads, Milo and Joe, have recently collaborated on some weird and wonderful artwork for Milo’s band, Keyframe. We couldn’t be prouder!
We may be biased, but we can’t recommend Hathersage enough for a day out with the family or your squeeze. On your day out, call in to the Club to replenish your energy with a luxurious lunch or topped waffle, but beforehand here are our staff’s top five picks for things to do in the village.
Here at the Club, we’re lucky enough to have the best of both worlds – the gorgeous, peaceful surrounds of the Peak District, with the bustling and multicultural city of Sheffield just a short journey away. Sheffield is a great spot for foodie treats from all over the world. Here are a few places we’ve frequented recently – they come highly recommended
Why do all but one of our wines come from Gaillac? Is it the wonderful climate and amazing terroir that make for the ideal wine producing environment ? Last year, our very own Alfie bravely set out on a solo journey to the south of France, to meet up with a couple of passionate wine aficionados in Gaillac. Taking the train from Toulouse, he journeyed through beautiful rural France on a tour of ‘what seemed like every single vineyard’ in the vicinity!
You’re probably wondering what Vertical Horizons by Jack Alun has remotely to do with Hathersage Social Club. Well, first of all Jack Alun is a pseudonym for me, John Couth, Simon’s father and, second, the place the poems are about is where Simon first came into contact with the culture of the Aveyron.
You may have noticed a few new additions to our menu. Some gorgeous Basque pintxos, spicy brunch specials and some favourite new tipples including La Gitana Manzanilla sherry – inspired by Lucy and Simon’s Autumn travel adventures.
This is the third Chapter from our Ageing Gaijin in Japan. Here David shares the New Years Day tradition of o-sechi, a feast for the eyes and the palate. The most luxurious lunchbox ever.
As you may already know, a large proportion of staff here at the Club have many strings to their bows. We’re open Thursday to Sunday, which gives our team some time to pursue their various callings in life. Our very own Joanne Burn has recently enjoyed the huge success of having her first book published – and it’s fantastic. Find out more about Petals and Stones, what Jo is up to now and how she can help you find the inspiration, motivation and skills to make your own writing dreams a reality.