Be At One Cocktail Bar to Shake up Nottingham

Be At One cocktail bar to open in Nottingham in September

A brand new bar in Nottingham, Be At One, is set to mix it up with one the biggest cocktail menus the city has seen, serving over 150 different concoctions.

Be At One will be opening its doors on Victoria Street in September after work has been carried out to totally transform the venue, which used to be the Nirvana bar.

The cocktail institution has over 30 sites across the UK and this is the first in the East Midlands, creating 16 new jobs in the city.

Be At One prides itself on having fantastic bar staff, offering exceptional service and showmanship. The new Nottingham team will undergo an extensive training programme to ensure they give guests the best possible experience while preparing their drinks.

It has one of the industry’s largest cocktail lists serving everything from blended specialities like the Popster, topped with sweet and salty popcorn, and re imagined classics such as the Gin Re-Fashioned.

Be At One cocktail bar to open in Nottingham

There are even healthier options in the virtuous range, which contain less alcohol and sugar. Beetroot juice, manuka honey and carrot juice are among the ingredients used to create cocktails like the Beetroot Retox, Bee’s Knees and Flame-Haired Vixen.

Co-founder and director Steve Locke said: “I’m really looking forward to opening the bar – it’s going to be absolutely phenomenal. Nottingham is a great city and the Hockley area in particular is really buzzing, although there’s nothing like Be At One there at the moment.”
Guests at Be At One can also use its award-winning smartphone app, with a personalised ‘Appi Hour’ and a random daily £5 cocktail available through the ‘Be Appventurous’ feature. They can also make use of the private cocktail masterclasses, learning how to mix Be At One cocktails through games and races.

Be At One will open its doors in Nottingham on Friday 16th September and for more information visit www.beatone.co.uk/cocktail-bar/nottingham.