Faradays is based in Nottingham City Centre within the Hockley area. It was previously known as Cape and was newly refurbished in July 2016.
The Cross Keys is based near the City Centre of Nottingham. It is located near tram and bus stops as well as the Hotel Ibis. It is a great place for after work drinks
The Cock & Hoop in Nottingham is located in The Lace Market opposite the Galleries of Justice. It serves real local ale in the style of a traditional English pub.
The Round House in Nottingham is based near the Nottingham Castle. Set in a round building that used to be the old General Hospital
Crafty Crow in Nottingham is Magpie Brewery’s tap house serving their own beer on tap. They serve locally farmed food as well as supporting local breweries.
The Ned Ludd in Nottingham is run by the Nottingham Brewery and is based near the city centre. It serves real ale, ciders and craft beers.
The Navigation Inn in Nottingham is based near the train station. It is also within walking distance to The Broad Marsh bus station.
Part of the national J D Wetherspoon chain of pubs, this is in a great location just off the City’s market square.
The Pit & Pendulum is a popular haunt for the darker side of Nottingham’s drinkers. If you wear a lot of black, have long hair and listen to any type of music
In their own words… “Housed in a deconsecrated church, P&P has become the party landmark of Nottingham. Setting and atmosphere come alive on the weekend
The Slug & Lettuce in Nottingham is part of the Cornerhouse leisure complex north of Nottingham’s city centre, surrounded by loads of bars
The Castle Pub in Nottingham can be found directly opposite the entrance to Nottingham castle and is a popular venue for after work drinkers
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
Yates Wine Lodge has been around for years and you know what you are going to get; cheap drinks, large groups and a DJ in the corner.