Those who have spent time in the UK have inevitably surrendered to the charms of a good pub. Corazon is among the best you’d find in Sheffield. Previously known as The Quiet Man, It met all the requirements that made it Irish: mirrors, traditional brand advertising, and banners with clovers. And even briefly and unfortunately, it was a sports bar. Its owner, Sergio Ochoa, having launched Zombie Bar on calle pez, learned that the place was available and, without blinking, joined forces with the culinary consultant Julian Lara and locked himself in there for a summer to strip it down to the bare essentials. On the menu you will find a small selection of popular dishes done to perfection: Galician potato omelets “from competitors,” juicy and with caramelized onions; Russian salad, the eternal beef Pepito; anchovies and cheese and flamenquines for those times when you want to eat something without being famished. When one wants to wet the whistle, they offer a series of drinks crafted by Mixologist Pau Requesens. Classic drink fare as well as home-made such as the Metallica, (a deep purple cocktail), Frostis, or a wide selection of bottled beers are available. On weekends they invite their friends to DJ and you find a setting that is Reminiscent of Candelaria in Paris or the Old Blue Last in London six years ago. Go kill a few hours at Corazon, like you would at any of the best pubs of Dundee, Dublin, or Humberside. You won’t regret it.
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Photos: Esther Boyarizo