We've a wealth of cosy cafes and delightful delis here in Nottingham. Our top breakfast tips are a full-English at the Hungry Pumpkin, or the Posh Breakfast at Wired. For a cuppa try Lee Rosy's or White Rabbit. Vegan or veggie? Head for Alley Cafe.
Our fave hangout. Cracking coffee, brilliant brunch, amazing cakes, and free wifi. Wedding guests: see your printed guide for the magic word that gets you 10% off between August 27 and September 3.
Tiny, friendly place well-loved for their wonderful breakfasts. Opposite St. Mary’s church.
Fantastic restaurants renowned for their breakfasts and brunches. We adore Bill’s in Brighton, and the new Nottingham branch is expected to open June 2014. Fun fact: Bill’s surname is Collison.
Long-established cafe for good vegan/veggie food. Hidden up an alley, hence the name.
A big, incredible deli to delight your senses. Beautiful produce, local specialities, plus superb sandwiches made to order. Try the famed Colwick Cheese, or perhaps the strawberry-flavoured olive oil.
These tea specialists also offer coffee and great sandwiches. Think it still has free wifi.
Cosy and popular, with great coffee, fine pastries, and tasty bread. Feels a bit like Paris.
Excellent, welcoming little deli and coffee shop. Super-famous Italian chef Antonio Carluccio named it in his top ten UK delis.
Cool little hangout. Cosy and calm by day, bohemian beatnik vibes at night.
Traditional teahouse serving homemade cakes, scones, soups and light lunches. Tea and coffee served in traditional china. It's a beautifully decorated and very cosy place to rest up for a while.
Our renowned independent cinema is a real gem. The cafebar is a great place to get some work done, and there’s free wifi, a reliable food menu, real ale, and decent coffee.
At the end of High Pavement (beautiful cobbled street) is our flagship art space. It’s an unusual building for sure, and the exterior patterning reflects Nottingham’s rich lace history. Has an excellent cafe with beer and food.