Restaurant offers in Nottingham this weekend, 26-29 August 2011

Big Weekend Out

This bank holiday weekend in Nottingham is the Big Weekend Out and lots of Restaurants have put together some amazing offers for eating out.

The Big Weekend Out is a Nottingham City Council initiative supported by We Are Nottingham and we’ve also put together a lot of the events and offers with a dedicated website listing.

Some favourites include:

40% off at MemSaab from their A La Carte Menu. One of the best Indian Restaurants around is great value for money on Friday, Sunday and Monday.

Two for one on all main courses at Strada in the Cornerhouse. Italian food is always a winner and the price is bound to be good for eating out this weekend.

20% off your total bill at Tonic Bar and Restaurant on chapel bar. This is a lovely and affordable bar and restaurant near Nottingham’s Old Market Square which offers anything from main meals to my favourite, posh fish finger sandwiches.

For more reasons to get out and about in Nottingham this bank holiday weekend, why not try these other offers:

Three nights for the price of two at the Days Hotel. Book Friday and Saturday night at the Days Hotel on a BB basis and get Sunday night absolutely free.

Child goes free with a paying adult at the Galleries of Justice Museum. This great interactive museum offers performance tours of the venue.

Save a whopping £28 on a Family Ticket to see Mr Stink at Nottingham Playhouse. This great production is from the book by David Walliams.

Take a Heroes and Villains tour of Nottingham for only £5 per person and receive further discount vouchers for key Nottingham attractions.


Please check out our website for more details on the Big Weekend Out discounts and events. If you want to be kept informed of more restaurant offers and events across the city, please follow us on Facebook and Twitter or register for our e-Newsletter.

Posted on 23 August 2011
Featured author: Dale Web Marketing Officer

A Mansfield lad who likes reading, running and red wine.

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