Can’t get a booking for drinks? These Notts establishments are allowing walk-ins
Let the good times last!
On April 12th, non-essential services finally opened up in the UK following the new Government lockdown restrictions. Since then, we have all been left scavenging for available pub and restaurant bookings with many being so desperate for a pint or cocktail that they booked for dates months in advance.
The Tab has searched the streets of Notts to help you find the all pubs and bars that require NO BOOKING. Yes, that means you can walk in whenever you please!
Fancy a good old revs?
Whilst Revs Cornerhouse is still closed, the Hockley site is open and ready for business! Whether you’re planning a social (abiding by Lockdown rules of course) or just want to reminisce about the good old days before COVID with your pals, Revs will be here with you along the way!
— Revolution Bars (@RevolutionBars) March 20, 2021
Located along the canal (who would have thought?!), this award winning pub allows for walks ins. If you were hoping to be placed under the canopy then unfortunately you will have to book but given this summer will be the warmest within the last decade, who cares about the canopy?!
Although you will not be able to fully immerse yourself within the beautiful interior design which Tier has to offer, this bar makes up for it with £5.50 cocktails every day from 4-8pm.
Now for some Bar love. Pelham Street is usually very busy day and night. TIER provides a great venue to watch the world go by with a nice drink or three. 🥃🍹🍻 #Nottingham #Notts #Bar pic.twitter.com/ThrqN87SMl
— Pub Times: Nottingham (@PubTimesNotts) March 6, 2021
This one is for all my wine lovers out there.
If you were hoping for a more classy affair, this self-service wine bar hidden within the city centre is the one for you!
Great shot of our customer Another? Wine Bar in #Nottingham of their outdoor terrace, with 16 #wines on dispense from their new #wineemotion #winedispensers! Enjoy #finewine by the glass al fresco #winelovers pic.twitter.com/pyWace36SK
— Wineemotion UK (@WineEmotionUK) May 29, 2019
Hiding along Hurts Yard in the city centre is Nottingham’s only establishment devoted to the art of Mezcaleria, Tequila and cocktail making.
With an affordable and extensive drinks menu and colourful storefront, 400 Rabbits is the perfect venue for any drinking affair.
We got you covered! Well, a bit anyway, don't it look pretty tho! See y'all from Monday! 💚 pic.twitter.com/BePG4ySzHR
— The Church of the Four Hundred Rabbits (@400rabbitstweet) April 10, 2021
And many, many more…
That’s not all of them!
Here’s a list of other establishments which are also open for walk-ins within Nottingham: Blend, Blues Dawg, Bread and Bitter, Bunk (all 3), Bunkers Hill, Cured, Curious Tavern, Fothergills, Jam Café, Lord Roberts, Organ Grinder, The Parlour (WB), Pepper rocks, Suede, The castle, Thurland, Vat and Fiddle, and Ye Old Salutation.