Self-serve beer & Detroit pizza arrives in Nottingham

Acting on behalf of private landlords, Oliver Marshall of FHP Property Consultants has completed the letting of 10 Byard Lane in Nottingham City Centre to new concept The Tap House brought to you by the team behind Another? Wine Bar situated in Trinity Square in Nottingham.

10 Byard Lane was the former first Paul Smith shop nestled nicely between Bridlesmith Gate and Weekday Cross. The unit provides open plan accommodation over ground floor measuring 1,055 sq ft which will be transformed into a 60 seater venue.

Similar to Another? Wine Bar, The Tap House will feature state of the art self-serve drinks technology however this venue will specialise in a wide choice of craft beer. To accompany the beers, The Tap House will specialise in Detroit style deep pan pizzas which will be available as a full pizza, by the slice or to grab and go.

Oliver Marshall of FHP Property Consultants commented:-

“This is a new and exciting concept for Nottingham from good quality local operators. The concept fits perfectly on Byard Lane which has evolved into one of the city’s coolest locations, they join the likes Baresca, Café Coco Tang, Brik Barbers, as well as retailers Reiss and Hugo Boss.”

10 Byard Lane is one unit of the wider redevelopment programme of the whole building, with two further retail/leisure units available on the ground floor offering space from 896 sq ft to 1,940 sq ft. The upper floors of the property have been converted into 7 high specification loft style apartments – City Lofts – which are available through FHP Living.