If you’ve decided to stay in Nottingham and bury yourself in books over the Easter holidays, we applaud you. Why not treat yourself to an extra special study break? A meal out, perhaps? Whilst your loan/ overdraft may be nearing its limit, you still deserve something other than a Maccy D’s or a chicken bucket, this is a special occasion after all! So, where should you go?
The Approach is a lively bar showing all kinds of sporting events on wide screen TVs whilst serving a range of food, such as burgers and stone-baked pizzas (at 2-4-1), plus more snacks for sharing! There’s also 25% off drinks until 7pm, Monday to Friday; the perfect early happy-hour for when the library shift begins at an unsociable hour the next morning! And the best thing about it? It’s a massive 50% off for students! If you’re looking for somewhere to have a quiet cocktail or a cosy catch-up this rowdy bar might not be exactly what you’re looking for, but for gathering a large group around lots of reasonably price food and drink, The Approach is a great shout.
If you’re after somewhere a little more special to spend a lunch time with friends, Yamas Meze and Tapas serves amazing Greek and Spanish dishes to share between your group, or keep all to yourself! Take refuge in their varied, colourful plates and forget about your otherwise un-fun-filled Easter! Yamas are currently offering a selection of three of their tasty tapas/meze dishes for only £6.95 at lunch time, making this one of the most exotic yet affordable study breaks about! The hardest part will be the decision making! Tabouleh, Calamares Crujientes, Dolmades and Midia (Mussels) are just four of the options on the sizeable menu!
Images: Lummmy via Flickr, Yamas Meze and Tapas