Nottingham’s Eateries Offer Affordable Ways To Dine Out With Family and Friends
Visitors to Nottingham city centre are in for a tasty treat this spring as Nottingham’s very first Restaurant Week opens its doors on Monday 15 May 2023.
Showcasing Nottingham’s vibrant and eclectic hospitality venues, Restaurant Week aims to entice people into the city centre by offering special menus and offers to make going out a more affordable treat. For seven days restaurants, cafés, pubs, bars, and hotels will be offering a huge variety of deals on dining experiences, all reasonably priced.
A wide range of menus will be available for diners from 15 May to 21 May 2023, whether they are looking for a snack, a working lunch, or an evening meal.
The organisers behind the event, It’s in Nottingham, hope that the week-long event will encourage footfall into the city, help people discover the tempting range of food and drink venues in the city as well as supporting hospitality venues still feeling the effects of the pandemic and rising energy prices.
How to take part -
Visit Eat Nottingham to discover participating restaurants and their Restaurant Week offers
Look out for more information on Eat Nottingham for a great opportunity to try somewhere new.
The following food and drink venues have signed up so far:
For more information, please visit Eat Nottingham
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