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Faradays

Faradays is based in Nottingham City Centre within the Hockley area.  It was previously known as Cape and was newly refurbished in July 2016.  

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The Cross Keys

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

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Cock & Hoop

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.

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The Round House

The Round House in Nottingham is based near the Nottingham Castle.  Set in a round building that used to be the old General Hospital

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Crafty Crow

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.

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The Ned Ludd

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.

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The Navigation Inn

The Navigation Inn in Nottingham is based near the train station.  It is also within walking distance to The Broad Marsh bus station.

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The Joseph Else (J D Wetherspoon)

Part of the national J D Wetherspoon chain of pubs, this is in a great location just off the City’s market square.

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Pit and Pendulum

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

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Pitcher and Piano

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

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Slug & Lettuce

The Slug & Lettuce in Nottingham is part of the Cornerhouse leisure complex north of Nottingham’s city centre, surrounded by loads of bars

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The Castle Pub

The Castle Pub in Nottingham can be found directly opposite the entrance to Nottingham castle and is a popular venue for after work drinkers

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Squares

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

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Yates Wine Lodge

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.

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Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem

In their own words… “On stepping inside, visitors to England’s oldest Inn will immediately sense that they truly are taking a step back in time.

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