There are two ways of searching NottsNight for your perfect drinking experience. Either browse by the geographical areas below or explore one of our NottsNight Trails which provide ready made walking routes.
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Each listing comes complete with its own Notts Trumps card, which contains at a glance information like discounts for CAMRA members, whether there’s a beer garden, if you can grab a bite, bring your dog and the closest transport links to that pub.
Our tube-inspired local maps helping you to navigate from pub to pub. Just like in that there London, the graphics may not precisely reflect distances, but each map is generally walkable in one visit.
Remember, this blog is completely independent of any pub or bar operator, and you’re very welcome to leave your own comments on each outlet you visit.
Once the weekend playground of Nottingham’s industrial workers, you’ll find a great selection of traditional pubs and some interesting newcomers around Derby Road and Alfreton Road, centred on the dominant features of Canning Circus. Discover this area.
Hockley is the beating heart of Nottingham’s party scene at busy times, but you can escape from the chaos to enjoy a good honest pint or a tasty craft beer if you know where to look. Discover this area.
Lace Market West covers the boundary of the city centre and contains some of Nottingham’s oldest settlements. Today it’s buzzing with traditional bars and some interesting newcomers. Discover this area
The area around Nottingham Castle is inevitably something of a tourist trap, but there are also some excellent pubs too. This is a place for people watching on a sunny day. Walk north to south to avoid any steep uphill action. Discover this area
From the heart of the city centre, sample a range of Nottingham’s best bars before heading up Mansfield Road. This legendary route is well trodden by trade unionists, music fans and students – all in search of great beer and good company. Discover this area.
With frequent tram and late night buses from the city centre, Beeston and Chilwell offer an out of town oasis with some of the best real ale selections we’ve ever tasted. Discover this area.
Once reserved for snobby women and wide boys, there’s now lots more choice straddling the river. Discover this area.
There are several NottsNight favourites which don’t fit into any one area – usually, sadly, because other bars in the area simply don’t make the grade. So if you find a Notts Got, you know it’s a quality joint. Explore the Notts Gots.