Old Market Square is a popular meeting point for locals wanting a to have a wander round the shops, or groups arranging to meet on the start of a night out. The famous location includes two lion statues, a fountain and a tram stop, making it very well known and easily recognisable. Victoria Shopping Centre is just a short walk away, as is Broadmarsh Shopping Centre and the train station in the opposite direction. Not only are there these handy places close by, and easy to get to with such frequent transport links, there are also many restaurants near Old Market Square too. It really is the social hubbub of the lively and vibrant city so it’s no wonder it’s such a popular location.
At certain points of the year, the Square seems to come to life as the stalls are put up for people to buy hot food, nick-nacks, local produce and treats. The most famous is the Weihnachtsmarkt (German Christmas Market) which is always popular with customers, even those just wanting to browse whilst passing through. In keeping with the festive theme, the Nottingham Christmas Lights switch on take place in Old Market Square, yet another attraction that brings everybody together.
We’ve put together a list of restaurants within a fifteen mile radius of Old Market Square so you can stay informed and book a table with us if you want to make things even simpler. The nearest restaurant to Old Market Square is Le Mistral, a French style café, bar and bistro situated on Wheeler Gate. There is also Chino Latino if you fancy some Asian cuisine, and it isn’t far away either, just on Maid Marion Way. Whichever restaurant you decide to eat at, you can be sure that there are endless options with so many restaurants close to Old Market Square.