Friday, 10 October 2014

Late Night Diner at The Harley, Sheffield

Late Night Diner sees Twisted Burger Company serve their special diner menu from 10pm all the way through to 4am, Sunday to Wednesday. Sound-tracked by The Harley’s resident DJs playing afrobeat, funk, psych, hip hop and more, Late Night Diner will be the perfect place to hang out with friends and grab some late night scran. With free entry and good drinks at good prices, the Late Night Diner is set to shake up Sheffield’s bar culture!

Charlotte Leaver, Brand Manager for Twisted said: We are so excited to launch the Late Night Diner with The Harley. It’s a totally new way of late night eating – no more questionable kebabs on the way home from a night out or sad chocolate bars from the library vending machine! Our special diner menu is great value for money as we’re using the same high quality ingredients as we use during normal restaurant hours and can be eaten in or taken away.”
Late Night Diner at The Harley, Sheffield

Twisted’s diner menu features simplified version of the burgers so many know and love. From the Steel City Cheeseburger (beef patty, American cheese, Techno Burger Sauce - £4.00) through to Just Falafs (falafel patty, minted sour cream, red onion - £3.50) as well as a range of fries, late night diners will be hard pushed to find better grub at 2am!

  • The Harley is situated at 334 Glossop Road, Sheffield, S102HW, just up from the University of Sheffield tram stop.
  • Opening hours:
   Twisted Burger Breakfast Club served: Monday – Friday, 7.30am – 11.30am,  Saturday & Sunday, 8.30am – 11.30am.
     Full menu served: Monday – Sunday, midday – 10pm.
     Late Night Diner menu served: Sunday – Wednesday, 10pm – 4am.


  1. Keep your lovely blog as your lovely blog. These last 4 posts look like press releases.

    1. Hi Steph

      They are/were press releases. They're also under the Sheffield Food News section of the blog. It's an experiment. I may switch to running a weekly post with a round of of events/launches/menus etc. This would then allow for a more personal slant on the post whilst still covering news that my Sheffield readers may be interested in.

      I'll keep you posted...