Sobar So Good

I am pleased to say that Sobar has really got its act together. The management are more professional and, whilst maintaining its ethos, the customer is put first. The addition of the fake ‘roaring fire’ looks great and adds to the welcome. A great city venue without the booze.

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It is now two months since Sobar opened in Nottingham. Our first alcohol free bar is on Friar Lane, between the Old Market Square and Nottingham Castle. The concept is a welcome one and the fact that it is a social enterprise (helping those recovering from alcohol or drug abuse), it will certainly get the goodwill of the Nottingham public.

I had passed the place a few times, and could see that it had been set out with a relaxed feel to it. I had heard that they were using the bar for a wide variety of events. I had formed a team for a recent quiz night but had to postpone at the last minute.

My first visit, therefore, was overdue. Mothering Sunday was fast approaching and Sobar came to the rescue. Having made the reservation, I was convinced it was the right choice. I recall Sunday lunches of…

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