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Long known as the Peach Tree, Langtry’s took on it’s current name in 1981 celebrating famed Victorian starlet Lillie Langtry. Photographs and playbills from her career adorn the walls and delight pre-theatre patrons for the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall in the evenings. The selection of real ciders is among the best in Nottingham with up to seven on draught at any time and a three thirds cider tapas offering choice. 8 real ales on at all times. Quality homemade food served.

Find us at 4 South Sherwood Street in Nottingham opposite The Theatre Royal and The Corner House

Something for everyone

HOMEMADE BURGERS + SANDWICHES + SOUPS + SALADS

Great selection of ales...

★★★★★
5 5 1
Excellent pub with a good atmosphere and situated on the corner opposite the cinema and round the corner from my favourite curry house. There is plenty of guest ales and one of my favourites "Otter". A good place to start your night out. Interesting décor in the pub too ........ nice John Peel quote

Good food.

★★★★★
5 5 1
Great service. Great food. Great hospitality. Me and my girlfriend wanted a bite to eat, and a quick drink. Couldn't fault service or food standard. Would recommend to anyone. Barman served drinks with a smile and a warm sense of humour. Asked for his name, he said Grant. Couldn't be happier with the service.

an off chance drop in

★★★★★
5 5 1
Called in this pub for a drink before meeting up with friends. We were going to another place to eat but after seeing the menu decided to try Langtry's. Food very good. The pub is a typically English pub which are very hard to find these days. We thoroughly enjoyed the visit.
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