Which Are The Safest Bars And Clubs In Town?

These are the safest bars and clubs in Nottingham for a night out

Venues had to demonstrate they have policies and procedures in place to prove they are safe, responsible and well operated

About 70 city centre bars, restaurants, nightclubs and music venues have been recognised for keeping revellers safe and happy during nights out.

They all gained Best Bar None accreditation, a national scheme supported by the Home Office that promotes the responsible and effective management and operation of licenced premises.

Of the 69 drinking establishments recognised in the initiative, 54 venues received the top-ranked gold status – an increase of six from last year.

They include Rock City, Das Kino, Grosvenor Casino, Pit and Pendulum, Lloyds No.1, Pryzm, Horn in Hand, Malt Cross, Reds True Barbecue and Hockley Arts Club.

Rock City on Talbot Street
Rock City on Talbot Street

Fourteen won a silver award, with one receiving bronze.

Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID), which aims to promote the city centre as a place to live, work, shop and visit, runs the scheme in Nottingham.

BID Director Andrew Crawford said: “It is great news that so many licensed premises in Nottingham city centre have been successful in their bid to secure the Best Bar None accreditation.

“This high number and the amount of gold status awards just highlights how Nottingham is a safe place to visit and that the scheme is helping to make the city even safer by improving business standards.

“We look forward to announcing the winning premises at the Best Bar None awards ceremony.”

Inside the Hockley Arts Club (Image: Joseph Raynor)

In order to achieve Best Bar None status, venues have to demonstrate they have policies and procedures in place to prove they are safe, responsible and well operated, while also complying with relevant legislation.

They are then assessed on areas such as the prevention of crime and disorder, measures they take to promote responsible drinking, their standards of safety and customer care, how they prevent and deal with public nuisance issues, the measures they have in place to protect children from harm and their approach to community engagement, including membership of initiatives such as Pub Watch and charities.

Last year’s initiative introduced the gold, silver and bronze system for the first time, with venues receiving their rank of award depending on their overall score.

The highest-scoring premises will now go through to an independent judging round, which will be undertaken by industry experts.

Das Kino
Das Kino

Those with the highest scores will be announced as the top venue in six different categories – best bar, best pub, best cocktail bar, best club, best restaurant and best independent.

From the six category winners, the judges will also choose an overall Best Bar None winner.

The winners will be announced at a special circus-themed Best Bar None awards ceremony, taking place on Tuesday, September 12, at Pryzm nightclub, in Lower Parliament Street.

All the venues that have won an accreditation will receive a certificate and window sticker that they can display to show that they are a Best Bar None accredited venue.

The BID, which has run the scheme since 2010, says they will also enjoy increased footfall and turnover by creating a safer night time economy, lower premiums for insurance policies, and stronger relationships with the police and local authorities.

Best Bar None 2017 accredited venues

Venue

Award

Rock City

Gold

New Foresters

Gold

Grosvenor Casino

Gold

The Three Crowns

Gold

Pom Pom

Gold

Las Iguanas

Gold

Faradays

Gold

Motorpoint Arena

Gold

The Bunker

Gold

The Bodega

Gold

Das Kino

Gold

The Bowery

Gold

Missoula Montana

Gold

Browns

Gold

Pit and Pendulum

Gold

The Company Inn

Gold

Baa Bar

Gold

Ink

Gold

Squares

Gold

Cookie Lounge

Gold

Malt Cross

Gold

The Hockley Arts Club

Gold

Lloyds No1

Gold

Boilermaker

Gold

The Castle Pub

Gold

Calcutta Club

Gold

Rescue Rooms

Gold

Stealth

Gold

Genting Casino

Gold

Bistro Live

Gold

Pryzm

Gold

The Lord Roberts

Gold

Horn in Hand

Gold

The Hop Merchant

Gold

The Cross Keys

Gold

Herbert Kilpin

Gold

Junk Yard

Gold

George’s Kitchen

Gold

The Stage

Gold

Revolution Hockley

Gold

Joseph Else

Gold

Southbank

Gold

Six Barrel Draft House

Gold

Tap N Tumbler

Gold

Memsaab

Gold

Red’s True BBQ

Gold

Alea Casino

Gold

Market Bar

Gold

The Canalhouse Bar

Gold

Fothergills

Gold

Gatehouse

Gold

The Roebuck

Gold

Pitcher and Piano

Gold

Bunkers Hill

Gold

Merchants Restaurant

Silver

Saltbox

Silver

Copper

Silver

Royal Children

Silver

The Gooseberry Bush

Silver

Yates

Silver

Revolution Cornerhouse

Silver

The Bank

Silver

Spanky Van Dykes

Silver

Angel Microbrewery

Silver

Cosmo

Silver

Slug and Lettuce

Silver

Bierkeller

Silver

NG1

Silver

The Major Oak

Bronze

 

Thanks to the Nottingham Post for this story

 

 

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