Bread and Bitter
Traditional multi-room pub and real ale haven in Mapperley TopFOOD MENU Vegan Menu Gluten Free Menu Sunday MENU
The Bread & Bitter was officially opened by Barrie Judge on December 5th 2007. Back in 1991, Mr Judge shut his bakery on the same site. Now fully restored sixteen years later as a pub, his bakery ovens remain built into the wall in the central area of the pub, along with a “Brewers Graveyard”, full of artefacts from closed down breweries of yesteryear.
The unique stained glass bar area features eleven real ales plus a wide range of world beers on tap. There’s also four dedicated craft keg lines, where you’ll find Beavertown’s Gamma Ray and Neck Oil in permanent residence, plus two guest lines to keep things interesting. Alongside this, a craft beer fridge of over 40 craft cans and bottles is kept in good stock. The pub comprises of several sections, including the traditional bar area and a large conservatory, perfect for drinking or dining. Dogs are welcome at the Bread & Bitter, providing they are well behaved!
The pub also boasts a varied food and wine menu including their ever popular table service for Sunday lunch. We are more than happy to reduce portion sizes so children are very welcome.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Bread very soon.
Curry & Quiz Night
We make authentic Indian/Pakistani dishes using freshly ground spices & offer a range of curries to suit all tastes. Curry, Rice, Naan and a drink to the value of £3.00 all for just £8.95 from 5pm.
Followed by our Quiz from 9pm with Beer & Cash prizes and Sticky 13’s later.
Live Music Night
Every other Tuesday: Music ranges from Folk and Americana to Blues and Psychedelic Space Rock! For more details follow us on Twitter @breadandbitter.
2 for 1 Pizzas
Every Tuesday we are offering 2 for 1 on our delicious pizzas between 3pm-9pm.
We also have bottles of Coreto red, white or rose available for just £10.95 – the perfect drink to enjoy alongside your pizza.
On the third Sunday of every month the Bread becomes a musical experience like no other. After food service, everyone is welcome to bring down their favourite records and have 20 minutes of playing whatever you like (within reason of course). There’s even a spotify playlist of all the songs that are played, search ‘The Bread and Bitter Vinyl Night’