Address : 54 Canal Street, Nottingham, NG1 7EH.
Opened in 1895, Fellows has been a mainstay of waterside drinking for far longer than its upstart neighbour, the Canal House. But its suffered in recent years, closing down twice – which is never a good sign.
Thankfully, a makeover a couple of years back has revived the fortunes of this great city boozer, with up to six real ales on offer, along with a good mix of craft beers and ciders too. There’s also a wide range of food available.
Fellows has also been a venue for sports fans, and on any given night (or afternoon) you may see a game being shown on the many screens around the pub. It’s also often a gathering place ahead of local football matches – so be prepared for a queue on those days. There’s also a smallish outdoor terrace, though it’s often just used as a smoking area.
Music? Background tunes are on offer when there’s not a match being shown.
Food? A healthy mix of pub grub favourites and lighter bites.
People? All human life is here, from the feeble old dear to the screaming child…
Opinion? After a rocky few years, it’s good to see Fellows back on its feet again. This part of town may not ben the most thriving, but thankfully there are enough decent pubs to make a crawl of it. For that reason, this place needs to continue to keep pace with the competition.
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