46 St Mary’s Gate,
Nottinghamshire, NG1 1QA
Tel. 0115 947 4052
A relatively recent recruit to licensed premises status, the Kean’s Head celebrates a pub that once stood nearby. This noted hostelry commemorated the famous 19th century actor Edmund Kean, who once performed at the original Theatre Royale, which also stood on St Mary’s Gate.
Situated opposite the imposing St Mary’s Church in the historic Lace Market district of Nottingham, the Kean’s Head was re-opened by Tynemill in 2004 as the company’s first ‘No Smoking’ establishment. Now offering up to six cask beers, two English craft beers in addition to a range of continental brands, the Keans Head boasts very much a relaxed environment in a part of the city which hosts many uptempo ‘style bars’ and clubs.
Manager: Sam Skinner-Watts.
|WHAT’S ON AT THE KEAN’S HEAD?|
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Belgian Beer Day
A special matched menu of Belgian Beer and dishes.
NORMAL OPENING TIMES:
“Malt Whisky of the Month”
Monday night is PIE NIGHT at the Kean's.
With homemade cakes, freshly prepared sandwiches and lighter-bites, The Kean's Head offers a relaxed atmosphere to come and chill out on an afternoon.
As well as offering a large variety of beers, wines and spirits, we also have a great selection of coffees, speciality teas and soft drinks.
So if it's just to read a book, catch up on a little uni work, a working lunch, or just to relax, come to the Kean's for great drinks, food and atmosphere, with free WiFi.