This amazing pub is said to the the very oldest in the country. Nestled in the walls on Nottingham Castle it is a must to visit. Visit the cave cellars, the Cursed Galleon, the hangman's cell and lots lots more.
At Annie's Burger Shack they are able to combine the best of both worlds; delicious handcrafted burgers and a fantastic range of individually selected Real Ales that are chosen by them, not a brewery!
Rock City is a 2,500 capacity club and live music venue in the north of the city centre. Opened in 1980, it continues to provide the midlands with the best live music and club events.
The Malt Cross is an exciting and vibrant Christian Charity and Café-Bar on St James’s Street, just off Market Square in the heart of Nottingham. They aim to support and serve the people of Nottingham through the charitable outreach work of Street Pastors, Safe Space and historic preservation.
Opened in 2000 on the lower floors of the former Canal museum, the Canalhouse is famous for having a canal that extends into the building complete with resident narrow boats.
Pitcher & Piano bars are located across the UK with many situated within listed buildings and feature beautifully restored interiors.
The Bodega is a small venue located in fashionable Hockley in the city centre. This bar – come live music space – come nightclub has been endorsed by Sir Paul Smith claiming it is the 'first rung on the rock’n'roll ladder of fame'.
Pepper Rocks is a bar and creperie located off Bridlesmith Gate. The venue is spread over two floors with outdoor seating both upstairs and downstairs providing a great continental style to enjoy a cocktail or light snack.
A European style café bar located on Heathcote Street, perfectly situated at the heart of the Hockley whilst remaining just far enough off the beaten track to retain its individuality.
The Kean’s Head is situated in Nottingham’s historic and culturally vibrant Lace Market, opposite the picturesque St Mary’s Church. This charming, one-room pub is small but perfectly formed, offering customers a choice of cask ales, real ciders, lagers and a dedicated craft keg wall with ten lines.
Opened in 2003 and completely refurbished in 2011, the Rescue Rooms is a delight to spend time in – whether you’re just supping some real ale in the bar or checking out next year’s top bands in the venue or chilling on its legendary patio, this place never disappoints.
Copper Café Bar is a relaxed daytime café that transform into a comfortable bar in the evening. From a comprehensive morning breakfast menu to a full café menu complemented with an extensive wine list, craft beers, real ales and cocktails.
The Pit & Pendulum in Nottingham is an atmospheric bar in Victoria Street serving up great music and good times.
Ye Olde Salutation Inn is one of the oldest pubs in Nottingham, situated on the ancient road of Hounds Gate. The Inn has an unusually large set of caves beneath it which pre-date the existing building and are thought to have been originally excavated by the Anglo-Saxons who may have used them as a dwelling.
The Alchemist's mixologists create every cocktail with an obsessive eye for detail, presented in vessels orchestrated to add a devilish dash of theatre. Mixing unexpected ingredients with unconventional equipment and remarkable craftsmanship, they create cocktail concoctions worthy of a true alchemist.