Beer Gardens In Nottingham

From canalside pubs and brewhouses with cosy outdoor areas to live music venues that double up as the perfect spot for alfresco drinks, this city is home to some of the best spaces for summertime sips. Grab your sunglasses and explore our lovely list of the best beer gardens in Nottingham.

Last updated on 7th July 2022




Poppy and Pint

732 user reviews 5

A summer spot serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner, Poppy and Pint is keeping you well-fed and watered. Sink a few pints of delicious craft beer and nibble on plenty of eats - the loaded fries are the perfect plate to share with friends.

Faradays, Nottingham

115 user reviews 4

Situated in the centre of all the action, along Victoria Street, Farradays is offering you sun-soaked tipples on its outdoor tables. The stylish pub pours up a host of beers and craft ales on tap and keeps you fed morning, noon and night.

Fronting a beautiful beer garden decked out with plants and a pergola, The Willow Tree is the perfect place to grab a pint or a bite to eat with friends. Head here on a sunny day in Nottingham and you certainly won't be disappointed.

Embankment

457 user reviews 5

Home to a spacious beer garden, Embankment in Nottingham is the ideal place to catch a few rays while you sink a pint and chow down on burgers, flatbreads and pizzas. There's also a cute conservatory and a dancefloor for those lively nights.

Horn In Hand Nottingham

45 user reviews 5

Searching for fun places during the warmer months? Horn In Hand is definitely a great shout especially if you're a big sports lover. Kick back in their chilled beer garden, complete with a pint in hand and your eyes glued to their HD screens.

Not only is The Sir John Borlase Warren home to a cracking selection of drinks (we're talking 12 hand-pulled real ales, over 100 different types of gin and 30 whiskies), but the Nottingham spot is also touting a gorgeous beer garden for all your alfresco drinking needs.

This cosy waterside pub comes complete with international beers, real ales and a food menu that includes jacket potatoes, burgers and paninis. Oh, and did we mention the plush location? It's right by the canal, promising great views and plenty of room.