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Modern Irish Bar in the City Of Nottingham showing major sports!Massive Rugby,Football & GAA, Live Music & DJ,Open Mic nights & Trad Irish Sessions 4 Nights a week. Food served all day. Partly built into the caves with outside garden terrace and...more
We called in here after a meal on St Patrick's day to watch the rugby and sample the Guinness. A fantastic and friendly atmosphere. The place was packed but there was no hassle and everyone was in great spirits. Excellent service from the bar team...More
The title of this review refers to the super photograph of Arthur running along Derby Road that's proudly on display upstairs in this pub. 1960 seems a different world! (Next to the Raleigh Chopper...both things an important part of Nottingham's heritage)
The first thing that...More
Decided to pop in for a couple of drinks as there is always a good atmosphere as was the case this evening, with the DJ doing a splendid job. However, there was a large group of people who played a Tambourine all evening. Whilst, one...More
We used to visit Raglan Road regularly
for football Sunday’s when it was known as the Hawksley.
We came here for unfortunate circumstances, it was a bar we are fond of and our friend who had passed away so seemed fitting to have the wake...More
This place is amazing....
Always friendly, always welcoming and always well stocked! EXACTLY what you need in a bar....
The place is fun and always got something on, whether it's live music or sport!
The caves are a quirky plus too with pretty lights!
Date of experience: September 2017
Thank Nicola M
emerald5370, Public Relations Manager at Raglan Road Irish Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 25 September 2017
We stumbled upon this excellent pub by pure chance last weekend when we were working in Nottingham. We were made to feel so welcome by the regulars and especially by the bar staff, thank you Royshin, Keeva and Pippa (sorry if we've spelt your names...More