Pubs and Bars In Nottingham
In the heart of Nottingham’s historic quarter you can discover Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem which is one of England’s oldest and most atmospheric pubs. Just around the corner is the Crafty Crow, here you can order a pint and enjoy stunning views of Nottingham Castle and Robin Hood statue. Just a short walk away from the castle you will find The Roundhouse, a distinctive building which was once part of Nottingham's Old General Hospital. The freehouse pub offers up to six real ales, including one brewed especially for it by the Dancing Duck Brewery. The Cross Keys also has a rich history. While the current building dates back to the beginning of the 20th century, the site has been used as a brewery and ale house since at least 1700.
Nottinghamshire boasts three micropubs including Doctor’s Orders just outside the city centre. Once a pharmacy, this pub is a haven for real ale and cider lovers. Expect table service, a wide range of quality, cask-conditioned ales, traditional bar snacks and a friendly crowd.
In recent years craft beers have soared in popularity and at Nottingham’s Ned Ludd you will discover some of the finest craft beers from around the world, alongside cask ales from the Navigation Brewery. Just a short walk away is the Crafty Crow which prides itself on serving craft and cask beer from artisan producers. The Canalhouse was one of the city's first pubs to really focus on catering to craft beer lovers, and its waterside location, and extensive selection of exclusive beers, makes it a firm favourite with ale aficionados. Elsewhere, your favourite Castle Rock beers - including the award winning Harvest Pale - are on tap at The Newshouse, Poppy and Pint, Stratford Haven, Vat and Fiddle, Willowbrook, Fox and Crown and the recently refurbished Embankment.
The Hand and Heart is built into one of our historic caves and it is famed for its choice of ales, hearty food and live music making it the perfect place to while away a lazy Sunday afternoon. If you're a fan of the popular Blue Monkey brewery make sure you go along to ones of its Organ Grinder pubs located in Nottingham, Newark and Loughborough. Or if you are exploring Sherwood Forest then make sure you call in at the Fox and Hounds at Blidworth, a traditional countryside pub which offers ales and seasonal food.
This fascinating trip to us will open your eyes to the wonders of Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, built into the rocks that Nottingham Castle are built on and with a wealth of history and enchanting features. Our garden and courtyard thriving at this time of year in Nottingham City Centre. Real open fires make you feel warm and welcome in the Winter.
We’re a pub located on Stoney Street, in Nottingham city centre’s historic Lace Market. Our bar’s fully stocked with a range of beers, ales and ciders, with lots of vegan-friendly options. In the kitchen, our chefs use seasonal and organic produce to create hearty and rustic dishes, available in meat, vegetarian or vegan options.
Steeped in hundreds of years of history and renovated to the highest standards, one of Nottingham's finest gems is back to its former glory. The Cross Keys offers a fantastic range of quality beers and wines, including 7 hand-pulled real ales. Our food menu is essentially British-based with an extensive breakfast selection as well as light bites and pub snacks.
The Bell Inn is in Nottingham's Market Square and is one of Nottingham's most famous and historic pubs dating back to 1432 and boasting connections with the likes of Oliver Cromwell.
Opposite St Mary’s Church amid the handsome architecture of Nottingham’s Lace Market, the Kean’s Head pub is a nice change from the glitzier bars in the area and a great place to eat. The bar serves sandwiches, snack items (including Hartland’s renowned pork pies) and platters, as well as more hearty grub, including pub classics and various filling and flavoursome hashes served on doorsteps of fresh bread. This is fresh, well-seasoned, scratch-cooked stuff.
Perkins has been at the forefront of the region's culinary scene for nearly 30 years. Twice voted Midlands Restaurant of the Year, Perkins has evolved under the watchful eye of Head Chef Sarah Newham to ensure it consistently delivers the finest food in a relaxed and friendly setting. Set within the carefully restored Plumtree Victorian railway station, you'll discover a unique mix of stylish classic contemporary furnishings.
We’re Junkyard, a neighbourhood café bar and brother of the renowned speakeasy cocktail bar Boilermaker. Nestled between Fletcher Gate and Bridlesmith Gate, our home, the former Walk Café has been fully refurbished into a 140 capacity venue featuring a hidden back yard oasis open 10am to 1am Monday to Saturday, 11am to 12am Sunday.
We are a traditional city centre pub and restaurant, sited opposite the historic gatehouse of Nottingham Castle and designed with the unique style of Watson Fothergill in 1883.
The Wollaton Pub & Kitchen is a combination of a "home-from-home" local pub and a "cut-above-the-rest" dining experience concentrated around quality ingredients cooked with love and care. The ethic is an extension of the gastropub tradition - friendly, and only as formal as you want to make it.