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 … Continue reading NottsNight goes underground!
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 … Continue reading NottsNight launches new city guide
The likes of the Organ Grinder, the Falcon and even the old grand-daddy, the Sir John Borlase Warren, will soon have some additional competition in the form of a micro-pub. Thebusinessdesk.com confirms the City Council has given planning permission to Totally Brewed to convert a former fancy dress shop into a new outlet. It'll be the … Continue reading New micropub for Canning Circus
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 … Continue reading Legendary Nottingham Pub To Reopen
We're sad to report that Purecraft bar on St Peter's Gate has suddenly closed. The bar's owners, the Purecraft bewery tweeted to say that today (Sunday 30th July) would be the last day of trading. In a statement to NottsNight, Purecraft's Martin Hilton said : "We are sorry to be closing and have enjoyed our … Continue reading Purecraft suddenly closes
At NottsNight we love a good beer festival. And the Nottingham (Robin Hood) Beer and Cider festival is the grand-daddy of them all. This year's event takes place from 11th-14th October. Many argue that the best beer festivals were back in the days of the old Victoria Leisure Centre. We agree, there was certainly an … Continue reading Nottingham Beer Festival 2017
We were sad to report in April that Fellows, Morton and Clayton on Canal Street had closed down. The licensee told the Nottingham Post that high rents and brewery costs were making it impossible to make ends meet. However, there's some good news - the pub has been taken over by the Ever So Sensible group, which … Continue reading Fellows to reopen under new management