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Canal Trail – 2018 Edition

The Nottingham and Beeston Canal was once an important part of the city’s trade, transporting materials for industry and goods like lace and tobacco onward to the rest of the country and worldwide. On this trail, you can explore the city’s heritage and soak in a few pints in traditional pubs. Beginning on Sheriff’s Way…

Overdraught Opening Date Revealed

Totally Brewed have announced that their new Canning Circus micropub – The Overdraught – will open on Friday 2nd February. Although the building was most previously a fancy dress shop, the pub’s name refers to its previous incarnation as a bank. NottsNight understands the new owners have been working hard to reconfigure the old vaults…

The Barley Twist

Address : 91 Carrington Street, Nottingham, NG1 7FE. More from this area When Castle Rock announced their fourth new pub within a stone’s throw of three of its others, we wondered if they’d gone mad. However, the Barley Twist – housed in a former sweet shop – has a twist of its own, concentrating on craft…

Barrel Drop in new hands

Arguably the city area’s original micro-pub, The Barrel Drop is passing into the hands of new owners. The founder and current owner Chris posted a message on the pub’s Facebook page: “After what has been a turbulent year, I have made the decision in the best interest of the pub (and my sanity) to hand over the…

BeerHeadZ

Address : Cabman’s  Shelter, 1a Queen’s  Road, Nottingham, NG2 3AS Explore this area The micropub business in Nottingham is booming right now, and first to open in a new wave of outlets is BeerHeadz – a Newark based enterprise concentrating on the good stuff. And the location couldn’t be better. A former Cabbie’s shelter in on…

The Salutation Inn

L Explore this area Address : 75 Maid Marian Way, Nottingham, NG1 7AA. One of three pubs laying claim to be Nottingham’s oldest. the Sal boasts the date 1240 above the door. Or maybe that’s the opening time. Whatever it is, the Salutation offers plenty of history. And rock music. Lots of rock music. Although bands usually…

Raglan Road

Address : 69 Derby Road, Nottingham, NG1 5BA. More from this area There aren’t many places where you can pee on Donald Trump’s face. At least legally. And when the Raglan Road added this hilarious gimmick to its urinals in 2017 it certainly got publicity. At NottsNight we tend to shy away from the brash and…

NottsNight goes underground!

It’s been a busy summer at NottsNight, and as the nights draw in we thought we’d treat you to something warm and fuzzy – pubs with caves! The brand new NottsNight Underground provides a unique guide to the city’s hostelries which feature hidden treasures. At some venues you can simply walk through the door and experience the…

The NottsNight Underground Trail

Unlike our other NottsNight Trails, the Underground isn’t a pub crawl in the traditional sense. But it is a fantastic collection of venues which open up a fascinating slice of Nottingham’s history. Built on sandstone, the city’s foundations were carved out over the centuries for a variety of uses. Today, you can explore it by either…

The Trent Navigation

Address : 17 Meadow Lane, Nottingham, NG2 3HS. More from this area On your first visit, the Trent Navigation may well test your own navigation skills. Nestled between Notts County’s Meadow Lane ground and a sea of industrial units, it’d be all too easy to think you’re taken a very bad wrong turn. If you’re coming from…

Trent Bridge Inn

Address : 2 Radcliffe Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham, NG2 6AA   More from this area To date, this is the only NottsNight pub more commonly known just by its initials. Mind you, there’s still time for the hidden gem of the County Unity Northern Tavern to make an entrance… The “world renowned” TBI was taken…

The Bread and Bitter

Address : 153-155 Woodthorpe Drive, Mapperley Top, Nottingham. NG3 5JL What’s a Notts Got? You might think that a district that has three pubs and two bistro bars would mean a clamour for your custom. But when it comes to Mapperley Top, the rest have a fair bit of work to do to match the…

NottsNight launches new city guide

It’s a little less than a year since we launched the NottsNight blog, and what started out as a bit of a hobby has turned into a growing website, featuring the very best bars in Nottingham and the surrounding areas for good beer, good service and a great atmosphere. So we’re super proud to launch…

Fox and Grapes

Address : 21 Southwell Road, Nottingham, NG1 1DL. More from this area Back in the day, traders from Sneinton Market would pop in here for a pint at eight in the morning, the pub having special dispensation to open up early to serve the workers. And there’s a much more gruesome bit of local history…

Legendary Nottingham Pub To Reopen

Peggers, The Fox and Grapes, The Pretty Windows. Whatever you called it, there’s no doubt that the distinctive old pub on the edge of Sneinton Market gained legendary status – and something of a dubious reputation – down the years. And now Castle Rock has confirmed it’s to reopen Peggers as its latest pub in…

The Vat and Fiddle

Address : 12 Queensbridge Road, Nottingham, NG2 1NB. More from this area Every beer lover love a p**s up in a brewery, and here you can do just that all year round. The home of Castle Rock brewery, the Vat and Fiddle takes its playful name from the nearby huge Revenue and Customs offices. On the…