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The Loxley is just off the main square in the city centre of Nottingham, making it the ideal stop or meeting place.
The Ned Ludd
Voted Nottingham City's "BEST SMALL PUB 2019" and overall Winner. We are Nottingham's "BEST BAR NONE 2019".
The Ned Ludd is the most exciting place to eat & drink. Over 100 gins, great craft beers,...
The Pelican Club
We are an Italian restaurant situated in the heart of Nottingham’s historic Lace Market. The Pelican Club invites you for an intimate evening of jazz, cocktails and traditional Umbrian cuisine.
The Roebuck Inn
Tucked away on St James' Street you will find the Roebuck Inn, which is opposite the former Malt Cross music hall. Built in 1877, the music hall occupied the site of the Malt Cross public house,...
The Rose of England
The Rose of England is a public house situated on Mansfield Road, Nottingham (next to House of Fraser, Victoria Centre). Branding ourselves as a 'locals' pub within the hussle and bussle of the city...
The Southbank Bar
Famous for their live sports coverage, they show every major sports event across 24 4K screens. They also offer regular live music and 'audience with' nights too.
Situated on parliament street in the heart of the City of Nottingham, serving great beers.
The Three Crowns
Here at The Three Crowns you'll find everything you'd expect from a traditional local pub in Nottingham - but with a bit of added sizzle.
Just a stone's throw from Hockley, we're the perfect place...
Hidden beneath the pavements of Nottingham is The Walrus - The original home of beer pong!
European comfort food is served at this bustling waterside bar with late night dancing.
Canal-side Greene King pub with traditional food.
Intimate cocktail bar in Hockley, Nottingham. We like good music and cocktails. Follow for drinks deals and events info.
Yarn is a brand new craft beer, tapas and pizza bar in the heart of the city of Nottingham, part of the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall. A joint partnership between the Theatre, CGC Event Caterers...
Ye Olde Salutation Inn
Ancient 15th-century pub, situated above Anglo-Saxon caves. They serve real ales and put on regular heavy rock nights.