Binks Yard: The Nottingham bar serving up Sunday roasts with a side of live music

Feast your eyes on this epic roast by Binks Yard Feast your eyes on this epic roast by Binks Yard
Feast your eyes on this epic roast by Binks Yard | Binks Yard / Instagram
Enjoy an epic roast and some amazing live music across soul, Motown, swing and jazz

A Nottingham venue is aiming to cure your January blues with a new Sunday special. Binks Yard will be serving up delicious roasts with a side of live music every week.

The live 'Sound of Sundays' music performances will run from 1:30-4pm with acts spanning a range of genres including soul, Motown, swing and jazz.

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The Sunday sessions will kick off this weekend (!4th January) with resident DJ Dan James, who will be playing an all-vinyl soul set.

Sound of Sundays line-up

Other upcoming 'Sound of Sundays' performances include jazz and swing singer Roger Bird on 21st January. He has been a favourite on Nottingham’s music scene for more than two decades, garnering praise from the likes of Ronnie Scott’s Barry Sherwin.

Meanwhile, on 28th January, powerhouse vocalist Evie Marlow will be serving up her captivating soulful renditions of top hits from the likes of Alicia Keys, Adele, Bonnie Raitt, and more. 

John Whitehead, food, beverage , and events project director at Binks Yard said: “Roasts are always popular on Sunday but with winter now well and truly here, and the coldest days of January and February on the horizon, we know that people in Nottingham will be searching for new places to get their Sunday roast fix. 

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“In true Binks’ style, we’ve added some quality entertainment into the mix as well, to create a truly unforgettable experience. Throughout the summer, we became well known for our fantastic schedule of live music, and we didn’t want to stop just because the seasons have changed.

"We’ll be keeping our social media channels and website up to date with all the performers who’ll be creating the soundtrack to the perfect Sunday lunch each week, so be sure to keep a lookout for our ever-changing line-up of acts.” 

What's on the menu?

Binks lunches cost £25 for two courses or £28.50 for three. Sunday lunches are served with sharing sides including triple-cooked roast potatoes, honey-glazed carrots, seasonal buttered greens and Binks Yard's special gravy.

The kids can get involved too. Children aged ten years old and under can enjoy two courses for £12.50. Little ones can choose from beef, chicken or vegan roasts or classic favourites such as chicken strips – and a gooey chocolate brownie or ice cream to finish. 

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John added: “Fantastic food and memorable experiences sit at the very heart of everything we do at Binks, and our new Sunday offering perfectly encompasses that ethos.

"Our head chef Lewis has created a fantastic menu that features a selection of comforting dishes that are perfect for chasing away the winter blues, with something for everyone, providing the ultimate way to end the weekend in style before the week ahead.” 

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