Browns Bar & Brasserie Nottingham
20 Park Row
Telephone: 0115 958 8183
Mon to Wed 8am - 11pm
Thu & Fri 8am - 11.30pm
Sat 8.30am - 11.30pm
Sun 9am - 10.30pm
Mon to Wed 10am - 11pm
Thu to Sat 11.30pm
Mon to Sat 8.30am – 12 noon
Sun 9am - 12 noon
Full Menu: from 12 noon
Afternoon Tea: 2.30pm - 5pm
Last Food Order: Thu to Sat 10pm (Sun 9.30pm)
Festive Opening Times
Christmas Eve: 8.30am – 10.30pm
Christmas Day: Serving Food & Drink
Boxing Day: 10am – 10.30pm
New Year's Eve: 8.30am – 1am
New Year's Day: 10am – 10.30pm
Nottingham is well known for its most famous son and folk hero, Robin Hood.
The Robin Hood Trail in Sherwood Forest is a major attraction and will take you to Nottingham Castle, the Galleries of Justice (said to be the most haunted place in the UK) and the ancient caves that Robin may have used as a hiding place. Thieves Wood used to be a haunt for outlaws and Fountaindale is where Robin Hood first met Friar Tuck.
Nottingham Castle sits high up on a rock, and commands spectacular views over the city. It dates back to 1068 with a history that contains sieges, murders and intrigue! You could also take the Civil War Trail and explore the many buildings that relate to that period; it starts at the Newark Bronze map in the castle grounds.
Lace-making helped Nottingham attain worldwide recognition and The Lace Market was once the centre of the world’s lace industry. It’s now a protected heritage area, full of 19th century industrial architecture.
Nottingham Contemporary is one of the largest contemporary art centres in the UK. With four galleries, 132 skylights, a performance and film space, plus a range of special events and children’s workshops, it’s well worth a visit.
The nightlife is superb – the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall are both in the city centre and stage a diverse range of shows and events. The Cornerhouse is a huge leisure complex with a cinema, casino and its own Just the Tonic Comedy Club.