Browns in Nottingham is based not too far from Nottingham Castle and the city centre. The building is nice and spacious with a pleasant atmosphere.
Unfortunately Cape is no longer open in Nottingham. It is now Faradays. Please click here to see more about Faradays. Cape in Nottingham is a trendy bar
The Southbank Bar Nottingham City is situated near the Old Market Square in Nottingham city centre.
The Waterfront in Nottingham is based near the canal, surrounded by a few other pubs and bars. It is close to Nottingham train station
Tilt in Nottingham is a cosy place, specialising in unique cocktails playing live blues music. As it is based in Nottingham city centre, it is an ideal place to go
Up N Down Under is based in the city centre. It caters mostly for students and sports enthusiasts although on weekends, it is a popular place for a quick drink
Canal House is located on the bank of Nottingham’s canal, it is part of a small complex of pubs and bars based around the canal.
In their own words… “Located in the Chapel Quarter, Fat Cat is set over two floors. The ground floor has the main bar and informal dining with comfy sofas
Part of the famous US chain, Nottingham’s Hooters is the first choice for many drinkers wanting to watch live sport thanks to the number of screens available.
Part of the JD Wetherspoon owned chain targeting a younger crowd with more spirits and louder music this bar is based in the popular Hockley area of Nottingham.
In their own words… “Revolution Hockley is hidden away in the centre of the fashionable Lace Market area of Nottingham.
One of two Revolution bars in Nottingham (Click here for the Revolution in Hockley), this one is part of the cornerhouse leisure complex
In their own words… “Via Fossa Bar is a fantastic converted warehouse venue located just one minute from Nottingham train station.