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BELGO Nottingham

BELGO Nottingham is now open. Here’s a sneak peek at what to expect.   Visit BELGO.com for more information and menu.

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Ugly Bread Bakery

1pm. Hockley. Prime time for the creatives of the city to venture out from their studio spaces and office hold-ups, to grab a little something to see them through the rest of the day. The queue for Ugly Bread Bakery is almost out the door. Good sign. We were escorted by Jade Vedone, manager and […]

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A Room with a Brew

We love a good pun with our pint at the ‘Lion, so new micropub A Room with a Brew is right up our street(car named Desire), purloining puns from Forster and a range of literary sources. Occupying a former antiques shop in Derby Road, RWAB is the first pub venture from Scribbler’s Ales, the Stapleford-based […]

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French Living

Only 10pm, and the bars were spilling out with lads and lasses in all their booze-soaked glory, flashing their arses and pole dancing on the lampposts. My partner and I took solace within a quaint bistro on King Street, sat in the front window, watching the children of the night for entertainment. If it weren’t […]

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Georges raise £10,000 for Wish upon a Star

George’s are feeling pretty chipper with themselves – they’ve raised a massive £10,000 for When You Wish Upon a Star – in just three years. When You Wish upon a Star is a local charity that helps support children with serious illnesses, granting their wishes in these very difficult times. Partnering with a local charity […]

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OAKS Wednesday Steaks

We bloody love it when a local eaterie we love decides to whack on a right generous new offer. One such establishment, is OAKS restaurant and bar, just off Maid Marian Way. Known across the city for their locally sourced and expertly cooked sausages, homemade sauces and unbeatable beef mince scotch eggs, the joint is […]

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The Loom

Yep, yet another eatery hath opened for the Nottingham masses to sink their teeth into. Sitting opposite the Contemporary, Loom encapsulates a sleek yet rustic feel – exposed dark wood, dry petals, and a big moose called Alfred in the corner. There’s something to be said for the mismatched tables in the place too – […]

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Doctor’s Orders Micropub

Micropubs seem to be popping up across Nottingham like a rash at the moment. Albeit a very welcome, beery rash. First on the scene was Doctor’s Orders, taking its name from the former pharmacy that used to inhabit the building in Carrington’s stretch of shops, and now owned by Magpie Brewery.   Since moving in, […]

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Creative Occupations Bureau in Cobden Chambers

The historical records for Cobden Chambers, off Pelham Street, date back to 1801 – citing numerous name changes including Pelham Court, Pelham Place and Old Bath Yard. Steeped in history, the terraced properties that enclose the courtyard have housed an extensive variety of creative and independent businesses over the years, such as lace designers, milliners, […]

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Sweetkins: Nashville Hot Chicken Pop-Up at Bunkers Hill

Me, the lady, my sister and two of my cousins met for a pint and some food after work at Bunkers Hill. Sounds like a crap version of Fat Les’ Vindaloo, right? For those that don’t know the place, it’s mostly useful for a swift one before queueing at the arena before Take That or […]

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