A fun and affordable bar hidden inside a deconsecrated church, Pitcher & Piano is one of the prettiest places to drink in Nottingham. The Lace Market venue also fronts a gorgeous outdoor terrace, ideal for cocktails and brunches when the sun shines.
Cool and Quirky Bars in Nottingham
In a post-lockdown world, it's time to start pushing the boat out with your drinking destinations, and where better start than this very city? Nottingham is fit to bursting with cool and quirky bars ready and waiting to sort you out with unique tipples and Insta-friendly interiors. Don't believe us? Read on to find out about all the weird and wonderful watering holes that can be found around town.
A cool Nottingham pub and kitchen, Brewhouse is home to as many as 50 different types of beer, including its own homemade range. On top of an impressive selection of food and drinks, the Trent Bridge bar houses a sprawling outdoor garden overlooking the river.
One of Nottingham's most iconic nightspots, Hockley Arts Club is a quirky cocktail bar fronting a range of unique spaces for you to explore. Whether you're nabbing a table in the Secret Garden or hitting the dancefloor in Stockholm, this Carlton Street venue has something for every type of evening.
Whether you're looking for pizza, ping pong, cocktails or cool interiors, this quirky Nottingham bar has it all. Head over to Das Kino for nights out you'll never forget, complete with drinks, dancing and live DJs until late.
If you're looking for some of the best cocktails in Nottingham, then this quirky bar is the place to head for. The Alchemist is home to an extensive range of unique libations, from sips that fizz, pop and smoke, to those that change colour before your very eyes.
A cool craft beer bar in Nottingham, BrewDog is a fun and relaxed place for catching up with friends over pizza and cold pints. The Hockley spot is serving up much more than just their own brews, with taps and fridges packed with exciting new sips from around the world.
Expect an eclectic mix of textures, taste and flavours from Nottingham's resident Vietnamese-inspired alchemists. Coco Tang oozes both style and substance, offering an ideal location for after work drinks in the roof garden or a night out with friends as DJs take the place from cafe to club.
With four venues across the city, it's Bunk's Stoney Street location that always stands out to us. An underground cocktail bar offering up delicious chicken wings and an excellent happy hour, it's one of the coolest and quirkiest bars in Nottingham.