Pitcher & Piano: The vibrant Nottingham piano bar that's set inside a spectacular church
And undoubtedly one of Nottingham's most interesting venues is Pitcher & Piano, a quirky bar that's set inside a spectacular church.
With a rating of 4.5 stars out of 5 on Google, Pitcher & Piano is a hit with locals and visitors alike. The bar's unique setting and "amazing ambiance" help to set it apart, despite being a chain.
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Found inside the converted Unitarian Church in Nottingham's Lace Market, the bar and restaurant, located on High Pavement has been sympathetically renovated to make the most of its incredible architecture.
High Pavement Chapel stopped being a place of worship for Unitarians in 1982 when it was converted into the Nottingham Lace Museum. The Grade II listed building was converted into the Pitcher & Piano in 1998.
The building sometimes affectionately known as 'Little St Marys' has links to a number of famous writers including Lord Bryon and D.H. Lawrence. Pitcher & Piano has a string (or should that be key) of great reviews on TripAdvisor, with customers praising the staff, food, value and atmosphere.
Claire H wrote: "Lovely setting, excellent food and great service! We all enjoyed our meal and the old church is really nicely converted. Good value lunch and music not too loud, which is an added bonus!"
Tess K said: "The food was great also tasty vegan options. Tee was a great host and made our evening wonderful! The place is in an old church, so great atmosphere."
The restaurant has a packed menu with a variety of tasty dishes ranging from nachos to Flamkuche and epic burgers. The venue also offers an extensive bottomless brunch menu for £36 per head.
The venue even hosts themed bottomless brunches with previous themes including the noughties, drag and Disney. As the name suggests the bar also has an impressive grand piano, filling the church with lively and soulful sounds.
Check out the full menu or book a table now on the Pitcher & Piano website.