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  1. Crafty Crow

    Nottingham

    Magpie Brewery's tap house. Come and try something a bit different.

  2. Das Kino

    Nottingham

    Das Kino is one of Nottingham's coolest bars, characterised by an industrial-style interior, vintage furniture and neon lights, as well as its famous Ping Pong tables. With a reputation for seriously good pizza, burgers, sides and snacks, Das…

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  3. The Lion at Basford

    Nottingham

    Located in the shadows of the magnificent Shipstone’s Brewery, The Lion Inn at New Basford in Nottingham has an enviable reputation for cask ales and live music. Its' rustic charm and great ale house ambiance has made it very popular with locals and…

  4. Byron's Brasserie

    Byron’s Brasserie is a charming restaurant, situated in the luxury location of Colwick Hall Hotel.

  5. Saltbox

    Nottingham

    Indulge the senses and relax in our beautiful bar right in the heart of Nottingham, serving delicious food and drinks, perfect for pre-event dinner or top night out before and after any event at the Arena.

  6. Calcutta Club Restaurant

    Nottingham

    Winners of British Curry Awards 2015: BEST NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

    The literal translation of Maharajas, Maha meaning “great” and Raja “king” were the rulers of the greatest states in India, truly powerful and wealthy enough to be considered…

  7. The Bell Inn

    Nottingham

    The Bell Inn is a fantastic pub situated in the heart of Nottingham, with great staff, great pub food, and real ales. If you love great beer live music and a good old fashioned real pub atmosphere, pop in to see us.

    The cellars of the Bell Inn…

  8. Copper Cafe Bar, Mapperley

    Nottingham


    The Copper Cafe is newly opened in Mapperley Nottingham set amidst the bustling shopping community making it the perfect pitstop for weary shoppers and coffee and cake lovers alike! Copper Cafe is the sister venue of the much loved Copper in West…

  9. Spokes Restaurant

    Triumph Road,

    Spokes is a Cycling inspired Coffee House and Restaurant built on the original and iconic Raleigh bike manufacturing site. Now sitting amongst the stunning university buildings on Jubilee Campus this is a great place to relax and unwind. 

    Visit…

  10. The Cumin

    Nottingham

    Opened in 2007, the Cumin is situated just a stone’s throw from the Market Square and Nottingham Castle and offers a true taste of North Indian and Punjabi Cuisine.

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  11. The Ram Bar & Brasserie

    Newark

    The Bar & Brasserie has an air of Georgian coaching inn with a bespoke and elegant twist, serving a wide selection of drinks from real ales through to fine wines. The menu is mouth-wateringly tempting, offering choice for all diners on any occasion.

  12. The Trent Navigation

    Nottingham

    The historic Trent Navigation is a traditional English pub with all the best modern bits added for comfort and serves 14 cask ales and ciders as part of the Locale scheme run by CAMRA.

    The pub is the “brewery tap” for Navigation Brewery which…

  13. Oscar & Rosie's

    Nottingham

    Oscar & Rosie's is a little independent pizza company founded in Nottingham in the heady autumn of 2013.

  14. The Southbank Bar

    Nottingham

    The Southbank Bar is famous the world over for its warm hospitality, comprehensive live sports coverage and fantastic programme of live music events.

  15. Tom Browns Brasserie

    Gunthorpe

    Tom Browns Brasserie is set in a converted Victorian schoolhouse beside the leafy banks of the River Trent. It has all the charm and character of the period combined with a modern continental image.

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  16. The Roebuck Inn

    Nottingham


    Tucked away on St James' Street you will find the Roebuck Inn, which is opposite the former Malt Cross music hall. Built in 1877, the music hall occupied the site of the Malt Cross public house, originally the Roebuck, first recorded in 1760…

  17. The Maharaja's Retreat

    Nottingham

    The Maharaja's Retreat is a high end Indian restaurant in the heart of Nottingham. The freshest produce is used and masterfully created into exquisite & bespoke dishes by expert chefs.

  18. Langar Hall Restaurant

    Langar Hall Restaurant is a beautiful hidden gem nestled in the Nottinghamshire village of Langar.

  19. Pieminister

    Nottingham

    Often cited as leaders of the Brit-pie revolution, trying a Pieminister pie is a must. Start with something from their multi award-winning Classic pie range which headlines the menu at Pieminister Nottingham.

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  20. Browns Bar & Brasserie

    Nottingham

    Browns Bar and Brasserie is a spacious and atmospheric building in the heart of the cultural castle district, near the Georgian splendour of Regent Street.

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