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Living the technicolour dream. Gatecrasher's affair with Nottingham continues apace - This time our love goes extreme. This time it's ultra! All new for all time tripping the light fantastic. Wander the four rooms, gasp at the marvel - The sonic pulse in the heart of the...
The Coco lounge in Nottingham is one of the most popular bars in Nottingham on a Friday and Saturday night. Aimed at the beautiful people, the interior aims to add something different to the traditional bar culture with a palm tree, big leather couches and an open fire place.
Every city and town has at least on pub like this, and here is Nottingham's! Aimed at the late teens/ early 20's and the 35 years+ crowd trying to recapture their youth, the first thing that will hit you when you enter The Square is the noise; this is not a venue to go to be sociable with friends. Spread out over two levels, lager and shots are par for the course along with...
Champagne, Cocktails, Premium spirits, Belgian beers, DJs and live entertainment over three floors. An eclectic palette of gold ornate chandeliers, iridescent textured wall coverings, rich velvet drapes and leather fixed seating creates an opulent ambience on first and second floors. By contrast, the ground floor now has a traditional 'gentleman's club' feel...
"Tantra is by far the sexiest club - lounge bar and one of the hippiest in Nottingham. Arrive early as lengthy queues tend to build up. It’s Sassy, Classy, Passionate and Intimate. As you make your way past the Scrutinizing doormen, you will enter a world of beauty. (Tantra is a boutique club not like the mega clubs) which adds to the intimacy as incense fills the air..."
Brownes Bar in Nottingham is one of the large group of bars in the Hockley area, and a short walk away from Revolution. The theme is comfortable drinking in a trendy enviornment with plenty of seating. Thanks to this, Brownes is a venue you can easily spend all evening in, as one stop of many or as a pre-club bar. It is worth noting that large groups of men will struggle to get in
The Irish Centre is Nottingham's clubbing equivalent of marmite, you either love it or you hate it and be warned there is no middle ground with The Irish. Bringing back memories of Church or school discos, the design is unique to say the least, with a lot of wood and open spaces and minimal decor. What is does offer is a very relaxed door policy with regards to dress code and groups.
Part of the national chain of pubs, this is bang in the centre of Nottingham opposite Tantra night club and only a short walk from the Hockley area which contains many more bars. There is nothing at the Nottingham Hogs Head you wouldn't expect with the usual lagers, poob food and a bit of pool. Probably more suited to a few drinks during the day than night time drinking, although a worthy pit stop if you are making your way across town.