Finalists Announced for Nottingham's Best Independent Business

Posted on: 02 July 2019

Independent businesses across the city centre have been battling it out in our annual competition to find Nottingham’s Best Independent Business – and the top three in each category has now been announced.

12,300 of you cast your vote for your favourite independent businesses and now we have our finalists! Take a peek below to see who's in the running. 

In the Attractions and Things to do category, the top three are: 

• Broadway Cinema, Broad Street 

• Deli-cious Chocolate at The National Justice Museum, High Pavement, 

• Hopkinson Vintage, Antiques & Arts Centre, Station Street

In the Café/Coffee Shop category, the top three are:

• 200 Degrees Coffee Shop, Flying Horse Walk

• Doughnotts, King Street

• The Dice Cup, Mansfield Road

In the Health, Hair and Beauty category, the top three are: 

• Beauty Temple, Queen Street

• Flint Barbers, King Street

• Loxley Opticians and Eyewear Specialist, Friar Lane

In the Homeware and Giftware category, the top three are: 

• Dukki Design, St James’s Street

• Handmade Nottingham, King’s Walk

• Tokenhouse, St Peter’s Gate

A voting tie has resulted in four finalist businesses in the Pub, Club, Bar and Music Venue category.

In the Pub, Club, Bar and Music Venue category, the top four* are: 

• Rock City, Talbot Street • The Malt Cross, St James’s Street 

• Ye Olde Salutation Inn, Hounds Gate

• Peggy’s Skylight, George Street

In the Restaurant category, the top three are: 

• Annie’s Burger Shack, Broadway

• Bar Iberico, Carlton Street

• Delilah Fine Foods, Victoria Street

In the Retail category, the top three are: 

• Knit Nottingham, Trinity Walk

• Shop Zero, St James’s Street

• The Bead Shop, Market Street

Did the businesses you voted for make it to the finals? Keep checking in on our website to find out who will be Nottingham's 2019 best independent business.