Hidden down a back street is one of Nottingham's best secret bars, the Hockley Arts Club. A creative space for social eating and drinking, this unique multi-storey venue features a ground floor pub area, a bar and restaurant in the middle and an upstairs gin and prosecco den.
Secret Bars In Nottingham
We all like to feel as though we're in the know, which makes hidden bars even more exciting. From subterranean drinking dens to unassuming shopfronts and creative hubs tucked down side streets, there are plenty of unique places for illicit sipping in our city. Wow on a date night, impress your pals and enjoy a quirky night out with our guide to the very best secret bars in Nottingham.
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A quirky haunt in the city centre, The Walrus is a fun underground dive bar for group nights out in Nottingham. Complete with four beer pong tables, a dancefloor and a soundtrack of vintage bangers, it's one unique place to meet up with friends over a few drinks.
Coco Tang is one of the best hidden bars in Nottingham's city centre. The Asian-inspired subterranean speakeasy prides itself on bespoke liquors and tart tonics to liven up its mixes.Served in crystal glasses, tea sets and ornate vases, they definitely to add to the exclusive vibe.
Championing the winning combo of wings and cocktails, Bunk is a brilliant secret Nottingham bar. Swing by their Stoney Street outpost, which can be found down a staircase, and make the most of their cracking happy hour deal offering a third off wings and £5.50 cocktails.
A treasure trove of vintage wares, including a wall of labels and a bar made up of pennies, Lost Property is a unique secret hotel bar in Mercure Nottingham City Centre George Hotel. The underground bar is a local favourite for its diverse menu of premium and classic cocktails.