The Blind Rabbit opens in Nottingham
The Blind Rabbit, a New York-inspired bar, grill and live entertainment space, has opened in Nottingham.
The Blind Rabbit, a New York-inspired bar, grill and live entertainment space, has opened in Nottingham, becoming the first major venue to launch post-lockdown in the city centre.
“We are thrilled with the success of the launch of our newest venture in Nottingham’s Lace Market," says Michael Johnson, operations director at The Blind Rabbit. "It’s a beautiful building, spanning across three floors, where people can hang out together as the colder months draw in, but it also boasts a fantastic outdoor space for people to enjoy in the summer."
The 5,000 sq ft, three-storey, Victorian red brick building was designed by Nottingham architect William Arthur Heazell in 1875 for W Cotton as offices and warehouse.