The Lace Market begins at Weekday Cross and Fletcher Gate in the city centre which is easily identifiable by the Lace Market Tram stop. As you head up High Pavement and past the Nottingham Contemporary, you’ll find yourself in a very distinct area of the city.
This quarter-mile square in the heart of the city centre, which was once the epicentre of Nottingham’s lacemaking industry is now a haven for chic boutiques, designer labels and fashionable cafes. The Nottingham Contemporary modern art gallery also resides within the boundaries of the Lace Market, making this one of the coolest and most cultured places in Nottingham to see and be seen.
With such a reputation, it is no surprise that the restaurants in the Lace Market are equally as couture as the surrounding clothing shops. Offering a selection of top-class dining establishments including the fine-dining restaurant Merchants as well as multi-award winning venues such as Iberico World Tapas, dining in the Lace Market promises nothing less than the very best.
On this page you will find a collection of the finest restaurants in the Lace Market that offer cuisines from classic British to Chinese and everything in between. From here you can arrange the restaurants by name, cuisine type, price or even rating to find the restaurant that’s right for you. Click on a restaurants name to be taken to their profile where you can views photos and menus and read real diner reviews that reflect their experience at that venue. Once you’ve found a venue that suits your needs you can book online for free, we’ll even send you text message or email confirmation, or you can call the restaurant direct on the number on their page.
The Lace Market is a fantastic part of the city to shop, wine and dine and party in so check out everything the Lace Market has to offer while you’re there. If you’re looking for something a little different, why not browse our restaurants in Nottingham city centre instead?
Did you know? Sir Paul Smith’s flagship store is in the Lace Market.