Nottingham’s LGBT+ scene is growing and getting better. There are currently five LGBT bars and venues in the city and these are the best – according to your Google reviews.

The Lord Roberts

Newly redecorated the Lord Roberts comes out on top with a rating from Google reviews of 4.3 and we’re not surprised. The bar staff are incredibly friendly and if you go on a Wednesday night you’ll be able to sample the fun and games of a pub quiz and Sticky Fingers.

Rating: 4.3 with 435 reviews

24 Broad Street, Nottingham

Number 27

Perhaps Nottingham’s newest bar, it receives a great rating of 4.9 but only has 8 reviews, compared to The Lord Roberts’ 435. That said the drinks are cheap and has got its regulars!

It’s right across the road from The Lord Roberts.

Rating: 4.9 from 8 reviews

27 Broad Street, Nottingham

New Forresters

Next on the list is the newly updated New Forresters which receives a 4.1 rating on Google. It’s a friendly, welcoming place with a zero attitude feel amongst staff and clients and the drinks are cheap to boot! Nice.

Rating: 4.1 from 174 reviews

18 St. Ann’s Street, Nottingham

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Propaganda

Propaganda comes up as a 3.8 rating on Google Reviews, but it’s a lively LGBT venue open until 5 AM on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. It is Nottingham’s only dedicated gay / LGBT+ club.

Rating: 3.8 from 411 reviews

8-10 Broadway, Nottingham

Not LGBT+ but friendly

The Newmarket

Not technically a gay bar, but a very gay-friendly vibe. It receives a great 4.3 rating from its punters. Check out the karaoke. Also supports LGBT+ charities during pride season.

Rating: 4.3 from 330 reviews

38 Lower Parliament Street, Nottingham

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