Sunday Lunch at the Keans Head

The Keans Head  is located opposite St Mary’s Church in the historic Lace Market district of Nottingham on the narrow cobbled pavement of St Mary’s Gate. I read that the building once housed a factory producing Nottingham lace, but these days it is one of the numerous Castle Rock Brewery pubs scattered throughout the area. It…

Pub Burgers at The Stage

The Stage on Upper Parliment can be a somewhat lively pub with the music blasting away either some sort of Karaoke or some disco hits from the past. If you sit in the snug, one of the alcoves or in the back room you can avoid the crowds and strum along from a distance. We…

Sunday Lunch at The Falcon Inn

The Falcon Inn at Canning Circus is an Old Shipstones Pub and one of the great traditional Real AIe pubs in the City. In the past I have enjoyed drinking some nice pints of ale in here and some tasty bar snacks while on a pub crawl up Derby Road and Alfreton Road to Canning…

Tier: The Mac Daddy Grilled Cheese

Tier on Pelham Street in Nottingham is not the sort of joint that I usually frequent, It’s a bit too trendy for me. That changed though when I heard that they were serving up a menu of grilled cheese sandwiches. I can strut my stuff to get a bite of food when I need too…

Sunday Lunch at the Poppy and Pint

Poppy and Pint This Sunday we headed up to the Poppy & Pint pub in Lady Bay for Some Sunday Lunch action. I have written about this place on the blog before way back in 2012 when I had a lovely Bœuf Bourguignon (read more here) and more recently when checking out breakfast back in…

Sunday Lunch at the Hand in Heart

Last weekend we popped into the Hand & Heart on Derby Road for a spot of Sunday Lunch. Many people have told me that they provide a really good Sunday Dinner here and our visit to check that out has been long overdue. I have written about the Hand & Heart before but when I…