Address:

The Bell
18 Angel Row
Old Market Square
Nottingham.
Nottinghamshire
NG1 6HL
(0115) 947 5241
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The Bell  

An old fashioned fronted building in the heart of the shopping district near the Victoria Centre and the theatre. The frontage reminds one of the 18th century, painted as it is in yellow.

It is split by an alley way and is built on a labyrinth of caves. This split affair makes the two rooms at the front quite small and limited for seating.

The guest beers are good and come from independents. For the non beer drinker there is a draught wheat beer. Prices reflect its position close to Debenhams.

Inside there are exposed brick walls and dark wood partitions and furniture. Tables and chairs are small, though there is a pew in one room. On the walls are old pictures, though they are sparse and not over done. The more public bar room has bare floor and pool. In summer they set out tables on the pavement and there is table service.

Food is served here all day 10-9pm. If you don't fancy the atmosphere you can eat at lunchtimes in the upstairs Belfry restaurant.

The back bar has jazz three nights a week, with a different flavour on Wednesday.

They also stage beer festivals on a regular basis.

The tram stop closest is the Old Market square.

Access for the disabled is not good.

Well in the bar is glassed over.


 

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