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We came here for a nice coffee and tea and were told that we could not stay if we had the child with us. We said that we would be sitting outside so the child would not be a bother and they told us that...More
This pub is a Great pub....I go in couple of times a month...But i was in there 2wks ago and yesterday...And smell of bleach and urine was Pungent...Only stayed an hour...The smell was so strong...Shame...Great Pub.
Great atmosphere for the last stop, the place is looking a bit tired. That night, the staff worked hard and kept smiling, dealing with all sorts of characters. The place is down to earth, everyone’s got a story to tell, accompanied by great music from...More
Went there again a few weeks ago with a friend. Yes the pub looks a little tatty and untidy and could honestly do with a revamp, but you will never ask for a better atmosphere. Everyone is friendly and will chat regardless who you are....More
Remember The Fountain on Bridlesmith Gate-how full it was of Nottingham`s low lives/footie thugs/pensioners who when you sit in ANY empty seat say...."That`s my seat"...well The Dog & Partridge is just the same only now its mainly populated by those same pensioners and 85% of...More
We visited Ye Olde Dog and Patridge on the first evening of our 2 night stay in Nottingham and loved it so much we returned again both the next afternoon and again that evening. It is an old fashioned "proper" pub which is very popular...More
Although Nottingham is well served for pubs in comparison with many other cities in the Midlands, this venue did not appear to be one of its more impressive ones. It may appeal to a select clientele, but its drab decor and menacing atmosphere will do...More