Category: Local Produce

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Lunch at Bread and Bitter

Castle Rock Brewery is a Nottinghamshire institution, famed for its award-winning beers and fantastic pubs. With 14 pubs across the county, and many more serving its locally made beers and ales, there are plenty of opportunities to sample their top tipples. We were recently invited to try some of the food at one of their

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Burger delights at Griddle & Shake Nottingham

Griddle & Shake offers a burger and shake experience like no other. With a range of burgers including beef, chicken, and pulled pork (along with one of the UK’s first vegan tempeh burger) there are also unlimited toppings and sauces as well as sides. We were invited to try the unlimited deal, which runs every Monday and

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Lunch at the Crafty Crow

On a typical Sunday, the cobbled street that runs alongside the steep rise up to Nottingham Castle is always bustling with visitors posing for snaps with the Robin Hood Statue, or heading into the castle to admire the gardens, delve into the caves, or browse the art exhibitions contained inside. There’s a lot to do

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Feeling autumnal at Bramley’s Brasserie

What better week to visit Bramley’s Brasserie, on our stunning University of Nottingham campus, than when it’s been announced that the original Bramley apple tree in Southwell which still bears fruit today has been shortlisted for a national award? I heard the new autumn menu was available, just as the leaves started to fall from

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An afternoon at Lucy’s Vicarage Tearooms

Tucked away on a sleepy corner Rolleston, Lucy’s Vicarage Tearooms really is one of Nottinghamshire’s best kept secrets. Just outside of bustling Southwell, Lucy’s sits within the lush green rolling countryside around the minster town. We escaped to the beautiful blooming garden on a Friday afternoon to try some of the specials. Greeted on arrival

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