Classic Nottingham pub with a strong reputation
The Lincolnshire Poacher has been part of Nottingham’s real ale drinking scene for so long that it’s easy to forget that it only opened in the late 1980′s, rising from the shell of the Old Grey Nags Head which had been closed by Shipstones.
In partnership with Wainfleet brewers, George Bateman & Sons Ltd, the ‘Poacher’ quickly earned a reputation as one of THE places in Nottingham for quality and choice of ale, a distinction it has never lost.
Alongside its excellent reputation for ale, the Lincolnshire Poacher also cooks up a delicious menu of fresh food every day. Check out the sample menu above and book, or just pop in and enjoy a home cooked meal with a side of tip-top beer.
The large public bar is complemented by a large outside high walled smoking area, while the upstairs function room can seat up to 40.
PIE NIGHT AND Old Nick Trading Company
A Pie and a pint for £8.95 until 9pm followed by the legendary Nottingham band who describe themselves as Americana/Country/Folk playing their regular slot at the poacher. Free of charge and lots of fun.
2 COURSE SUNDAY ROAST AND A PINT* FOR £12
Enjoy a starter or a pudding with your roast dinner and choose from a pint of any Castle Rock beer, Stowford Press, Carling or a medium glass of house wine or a draught soft drink.
Every Sunday from 9pm.
Hey there hungry thirsty students! The Lincolnshire Poachers offers 20p off pints of house lager, house cider and cask ales. Plus, if you’re peckish a cob and chips is just $4. Show your UniDays or university ID at the bar!