Meet the winners of Nottingham's 2019 Best Bar None!

It's been an entire year since the last Best Bar None and we've been itching to find out who will take the 2019 title. After a very close competition featuring mystery shopping, assessments and professional judging; we're ecstatic to announce this years winners!

The results were officially announced at a 1920's themed black tie event last night where all the participating venues were invited for an evening of celebrations in honour of their achievements and dedication to keeping the everyone safe when on a night out in the city. Without further ado, here are winners of each category are as well as the over winner of Nottingham's 2019 Best Bar None.

The winners of each category are:

  • Club: Stealth on Goldsmith Street
  • Entertainment & Live Music Venue: Genting Casino in the Cornerhouse
  • Large Bar: Alto in the Cornerhouse
  • Large Pub: Ye Olde Salutation Inn on Houndsgate
  • Restaurant: Annie’s Burger Shack on Broadway in the Lace Market
  • Small Bar: Icon Bar and Lounge on St James Street

In addition the New Foresters, who have been the overall winners for the last two years, were presented with a Special Achievement Award in recognition of the venue consistently achieving the highest standards of operation, spurring other venues on to achieve higher standards too.

And the overall winner is *drum roll please!*
The Ned Ludd took the overall title this year for achieving outstanding mystery shopping results and, in the views of the judges, the venue goes over and above what other venues do, particularly in the areas of precautionary measures in relation to drugs safety and also for their support of the local community.

We'd like to say a huge congratulations to the winners and all 116 city venues that received Best Bar None accreditation. If you'd like to know more about Best Bar None and how it affects you then CLICK HERE for more information.

Nottingham's Best Bar None scheme is proudly sponsored by Poppleston Allen Licensing Solicitors.

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