Das Kino in Nottingham is a ping pong bar and restaurant. You can challenge your friends to a match whilst sampling the fine craft beer they have to offer.
Faradays is based in Nottingham City Centre within the Hockley area. It was previously known as Cape and was newly refurbished in July 2016.
PRYZM in Nottingham has recently opened in July 2016, it used to be Oceana. It is part of a chain and has a few clubs around the UK with its first opening in Bristol.
Baa Bar in Nottingham is located in the Hockley area. It is part of a chain where its first bar originated in Liverpool and still going strong after 25 years.
The Lacehouse in Nottingham is set in a former lace factory in The Lace Market area of Nottingham City. Inside the bar is a contemporary style
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
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 Waterfront in Nottingham is based near the canal, surrounded by a few other pubs and bars. It is close to Nottingham train station
Volt Club in Nottingham is based in the lace market, surrounded by other bars and clubs. The building used to be a warehouse so there is ample of dancing space
In their own words… “In 25 years, Nottingham has transformed itself into one of the country’s finest cities for live music, and it’s no exaggeration to say Rock City
Part of the national J D Wetherspoon chain of pubs, this is in a great location just off the City’s market square.
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.
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