Best Pubs In Nottingham

From decadent boozers in listed buildings to sleek gastropubs in up-and-coming areas, Nottingham boasts a solid selection of spots to sink pints. With so many wicked watering holes to head to, we're giving you the lowdown on all the boozers offering British grub and delicious drinks. We've crunched the numbers, and finally, the results are in. Here is our list of the best pubs in Nottingham.

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The Malt Cross

Housed in a grade II listed building from 1877, The Malt Cross is one of the most expansive and iconic pubs around. Offering up much more than exceptional food and drink, a trip to the venue is an unforgettable experience. Here, you'll have the chance to go on a guided tour around the music halls and sandstone caves.

The Pit & Pendulum, Nottingham

The Pit & Pendulum is a quirky drinking den that's filled with unique, spooky touches. Toting Victorian-inspired interiors, antiquarian charm and vintage trinkets, the venue balances its unique interiors with simple yet effective menus of classic pub grub and signature cocktails.

Lillie Langtry, Nottingham

A traditional-style pub with a contemporary touch, Lillie Langtry really is a lovely pub. Whether you fancy heading over for live sports and draught pints or a pre-dinner feast chomping on the legendary Pieminister's offerings (from chicken and ham to jackfruit steak and craft ale), you're in for a treat.

The Loxley Nottingham

For Nottingham city centre pubs, check out The Loxley. The venue has plenty of screens if you fancy catching the latest sports match, as well as freshly pulled pints to keep you well-watered. Plus, there are small plates, burgers and other delish grub to get stuck into.

The Sir John Borlase Warren

Slinging out a menu filled with beef burgers, classic steak pies and truffle mac 'n' cheese, The Sir John Borlase Warren is one of the best pubs in Nottingham city centre. Not only does it front a killer menu, but the venue has pretty string lights by the bar and a beaut beer garden.