Address : Trent Bridge, Nottingham, NG2 2GS
The Brewhouse and Kitchen has now firmly established itself as a great addition to the Trent Bridge area, and a far cry from this venue’s many previous and often dubious incarnations.
Craft beer is brewed on site, and on the bar you’ll usually find at least three selections from the B&K’s own stable, along with a wide choice of world beers too. There’s not much in the way of real ale, but the crafts are usually of comparable strengths.
When the sun shines, the large terrace is a great place for a drink overlooking the river, and inside there’s plenty of space so you can usually find a table on the busiest of evenings.
Music? Pleasant background tunes when we visited – thankfully the over-paid pub singers of the past seem to have been confined to history.
Food? A full American-themed menu with weekly offers on burgers, wings and a “bottomless” Sunday brunch – although we’ve heard mixed messages about quality from our contacts.
People? A mixed bunch of confused Bridgfordians looking for the bottomless prosecco bar mix with real ale waifs and strays from the Embankment.
Opinion? You could easily be in Seattle or Portland rather than Trent Bridge – but that’s no bad thing. The Brewhouse offers variety in an increasingly popular area. Plenty of outdoor seating for warm summer evenings overlooking the River Trent.
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