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Fox & Grapes

21 Southwell Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 1DL
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Important Update: The Fox and Grapes will reopen from Saturday 4th July. Please see their website / social media for more information.


Situated in the creative epicentre of Nottingham, the Fox & Grapes first opened in the 1830s and has been part of the fabric of the city’s pub scene ever since.

This bright and airy single-room pub is punctuated by beautiful wooden décor, with two raised seating areas. There are various nods to the pub’s vast heritage, including the iconic “Peggers” pub sign suspended just above the bar. The Fox & Grapes also has an outdoor seating area on either side of the pub, perfect for enjoying the atmosphere of the local Sneinton Market and Creative Quarter events. The pub is located within a stones throw of the Motorpoint Arena, making it the ideal place to get a pre-show meal or post-show beer.

You can expect the usual diverse and high-quality selection of cask, keg and craft beers that Castle Rock pubs are renowned for, plus a great range of spirits, wines, coffees and soft drinks.

The Fox & Grapes' food menu offers a unique and delicious take on simple dishes like pizza, jacket potatoes and fresh platters. It’s a particularly good spot for vegan and gluten free diners to enjoy a bite.

 

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Facilities

Accessibility

  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors
  • Toilets for disabled visitors

Catering

  • Bar
  • Licensed
  • Serve evening meal
  • Serve lunch

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

Provider Preferences

  • In town/city centre

Travel & Trade

  • Wi-fi available

Opening Times

* Food will be served up until 1 hour before closing time for each day.

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