Father's Day in Nottingham
Give your old man a break and treat him to something extra special in Nottingham for Father's Day! We provide you with some great ideas across the city!
June 09, 2016
Bank of Dad is closed for Father’s Day so why not treat your old man to something special? There’s a whole range of fun activities out and about in Nottingham. Whether your Dad is a food fanatic or loves a good ale. We have got you covered!
Treat your Dad to an extra special Sunday roast at one of Nottingham’s top restaurants. Celebrity Chef Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse is offering a three course meal for just £22.95 per person. Alternatively a two course meal is £19.95 for smaller appetites. There are many dishes to choose from on the menu including a delicious 12oz Ribeye Steak. Booking is essential to avoid disappointment!
If your Dad enjoys French cuisine then take him along to the superb Le Bistrot Pierre in the heart of Nottingham city centre. The bistrot opened its doors in 1994 and has been supplying fresh, delicious and locally sourced ingredients ever since. The menu specially designed for Father’s Day includes a variety of different dishes and tasty desserts!
If your family is full of fussy eaters or if your Dad just can’t make his mind up then join Cosmo for a weekend full of celebrations. From June 17th to June 19th enjoy a buffet of Chinese, Indian, Italian or even some Sushi. Book online to reserve a table!
Hidden away between Fletcher Gate and Bridlesmith Gate, Junkyard is a craft beer bar with a relaxed vibe. With fifteen taps providing the best in American, British and European craft beers, your old man will be spoilt for choice. As well as quality ale the food is pretty ace too! Winning a place in The Guardian’s Top Ten Budget Places to Eat in Nottingham. If you fancy taking some beer home with you then check out the shop full of bottles and craft beers.
Dads go free to Nottingham Castle for the day! Challenge your Dad to archery on the castle green for £2 a go! Enjoy the view of Nottingham and explore the caves that lie beneath the 17th century ducal mansion.