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Cheapest Places For Students To Drink In Nottingham

Molly Raby September 11, 2022

There is nothing worse than getting in the mood to drink and be social and then… you can’t find the right bar.

Sometimes it’s the vibe that is off, other times it’s the music and most times, for students, it’s the price of the drinks.

So, here is a round-up of some of the best bars in Nottingham for all you students.

Coco Tang

This classy bar is best known by regulars for its Toblerone cocktail and newly refurbished rooftop terrace.

Coco Tang is an oriental underground bar that has also recently opened a Vietnamese kitchen element, so you can eat some scrumptious food as well as drinking amazing cocktails.

Student night for University of Nottingham students is Tuesday, and for Nottingham Trent University it is Wednesday.

Coco Tang is located: 45 Bridlesmith Gate, NG1 2GN

Pitcher and Piano

Pitcher and Piano is one of Nottingham’s most aesthetic bars.

It is located inside a church, kitted out with stained glass windows, it is the ultimate Instagram-able place.

If you are tired of dirty clubs and blasting music and are wanting a posher night out with your friends, this is the place for you.

Pitcher and Piano is located: The Unitarian Church, NG1 1HN


Based in the Lace Market area of Nottingham, this laidback bar has everything you need for a great night out.

Serving cheap but tasty cocktails, you can make this your pre-drink stop or close the night out here.

They also offer pingpong, live music and a different DJ each week.

Daskino is located: 22 Fletcher Gate, NG1 2FZ

Revolucion de Cuba

This Latin-inspired bar serves classic tapas that you can have alongside some amazing drinks.

The tapas is 3 for £15. There is also a bruch menu Monday to Friday before 3pm.

If you are wanting to get capital D, drunk – then they serve a ‘Zombie’ cocktail which will definitley do the trick.

Revolucion de Cuba is located: Alexandra House, 26-28 Market St, NG1 6HW

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Hi, I’m Molly and I recently graduated with a degree in English Language and Creative Writing from Salford University. I have a passion for film and TV and also love a bit of sport. I have always had a keen interest in journalism, so Freshered seems like the perfect place for me. I can usually be found watching Mamma Mia on repeat, at any given time.