On the eighth day of Christmas in Notts we give to you . . .

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‘Tis the season to be jolly . . . and in Nottinghamshire you will not be short of places to celebrate this Christmas and New Year! Whether you’re looking for a festive meal out with your friends or a fabulous night of cocktails and dancing you will be spoiled for choice this party season.

With its bespoke Christmas menus, Nottingham’s Bistrot Pierre is one the most popular places to enjoy a meal with friends or work colleagues. Diners can look forward to classic French cuisine and fine wine, with an added festive twist over Christmas and on New Year’s Eve.

The beautiful interior of the Malt Cross.

The beautiful interior of the Malt Cross.

The Malt Cross is one of the most distinctive pubs in Nottingham. Once a Victorian music hall, this is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle. In the run-up to Christmas you can enjoy beer and carols, while on New Year’s Eve there will be an evening of music with top Nottingham band Wholesome Fish. For details visit the website.

If you want to put a bit of sparkle into your Christmas and New Year then head to Hart’s, which is one of Nottingham’s most acclaimed fine dining restaurants. Enjoy a set three-course Christmas lunch throughout December (£24.95 for three courses). Celebrate New Year’s Eve by booking your place at the Hart’s Masquerade Party where you will be treated to a six-course meal, champagne and entertainment from Just Ben.

In today’s competition we are giving three lucky readers the chance to WIN one of these three fantastic prizes:

  • A meal for two with wine at Bistrot Pierre
  • A meal for two with a bottle of house wine at the Malt Cross (for January)
  • A set lunch for two in January at Hart’s

To be in with a chance simply fill out the form below before midnight tonight. The winner will notified by email (terms and conditions apply). Please state which prize you would like to win.

Don’t forget to check out our great festive offers page! 

Posted on 13 December 2013
Featured author: Catherine Allen Marketing Assistant

Arts fan, runner and cyclist who has been living in Nottingham for more than a decade. Loves real ale, craft beer, good food, travelling and sausage dogs.

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  • I wasnt sure whereto enter which prize I would like to win but it would be A set lunch for two in January at Hart’s. Thank you!

    Posted by LINDSEY CLARK

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