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 back the pints. Like the rockstars we are, we've gone on tour around city and put every one of these wicked watering holes through the paces - sampling dish upon dish and pint upon pint (selfless, we know). We've crunched the numbers and analysed the data, and finally, the results are in. Here is our list of the best pubs in Nottingham... supported by science (sorta)!
Last updated on 16th November 2017
Expect delicious eats from the cafe bar, an extensive range of local and international ales and plenty of space in this homely hangout in Nottingham. Poppy and Pint is a former British legion popular with visitors and locals alike.
Think contemporary interiors with a traditional edge at this Nottingham pub favourite. Boasting delicious and themed food menus, an impressive range of craft beers and real ales, plus Art Deco artwork across the venue, this pub is well worth a visit.
Marrying grand design and its Grade II listed status, the Embankment pub was originally designed by the architect Albert Nelson Bromley, who was also the guy behind some of the most distinctive Boots pharmacy buildings in the early 1900s. Located just off the side of Trent Bridge, head over for their Beer Consortium, tasty food and one of the prettiest pub experiences in Nottingham.
PizzaStorm is bringing delicious and speedily made pizza to Nottingham. The joint allows use to choose from more than 50 toppings, cooks it in three minutes in their super oven and has a great selection of sides and desserts too.
The Cross Keys is the David Beckham of the pub game - it's loved by all and gets more and more gorgeous as the years fly by. This charming gastropub in Nottingham dates back over 200 years, yet still, it remains to please punters with its boundless character, smashing selection of real ales, and its awesome offering of gastro grub. All of this is tied together by a wonderfully warming atmosphere.
The Crafty Crow serves up one of the best roast dinners in Nottingham. Head down and tuck into mouthwatering Sunday lunch with all the trimmings. As the taphouse of the Magpie Brewery, you can expect to wash it all down with a princely pint of real, local ale. On top of that, you'll be spoilt for choice here with the wicked selection of bottled beers and the exceptional wine list too.
This canal-side boozer is one of the most unique pubs in Nottingham. Constructed around the areas original architecture, Canalhouse actually hosts an internal canal basin running inside the venue! But more than just a quirky hangout, this Notts restaurant bar boasts one of the largest selections of continental beer in the county. To soak it all up, you'll find a menu full of classic British dishes.
These days, a lot of pubs seem to be more focused on their unavailing 'quirks' rather than actually nailing the fundamentals - The Wilford Green isn't happy about that. They've set out to offer up an easygoing space that executes the essentials - food, drink and atmosphere. Head down to this friendly pub in Nottingham for a cracking offering of booze, a truly warming atmosphere, and some top-quality dishes.
Looking for unpretentious gastropub in Nottingham? The Larwood & Voce is a truly delightful spot that offers up a menu of gourmet dishes, yet still boasts a unassuming, homely atmosphere. Head down and spend the afternoon in this warming venue, eating and drinking the day away. Expect great food and drinks, as well as an awesome outdoor space for those late summer evenings!
Housed in a grade II listed building from 1877, The Malt Cross is one of the expansive and iconic pubs in Nottingham. Offering up much more than exceptional food and drink, a trip to the The Malt Cross is an unforgettable experience. Here, you'll have the chance to go on a guided tour around the music halls that used to live here, as well as traverse the sandstone caves here too!