The UK-based Stonegate Group has reopened the Faradays pub in Nottingham after a £315,000 refurbishment.

The investment has transformed the interior, creating a new upstairs attic with a private bar and DJ area alongside upgraded seating and sports viewing facilities in the main bar area.

The main bar has undergone a complete redesign, streamlining service for the pub’s signature cocktails and craft beers.

A new VIP booth area, complete with a large HDTV screen, is now available for booking during special events.

The venue’s overall design has been updated with contemporary furniture and improved TV and audio systems.

Faradays is also reintroducing popular offerings such as bottomless brunch and 2-for-1 cocktail deals.

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In a parallel development, Stonegate Group has also re-opened the Three Horseshoes pub in Whetstone with a £118,000 investment.

The Craft Union pub now has a refreshed interior and courtyard, along with new entertainment options including a pool table and dart board with digital scoring, enhanced amenities and updated décor.

Faradays general manager Reis Iszczak said: “The refurbishment of Faradays has really breathed new life into the venue, the team has done an excellent job, and everything you loved about Faradays just got better.

“The team and I are so excited to welcome back our familiar faces as well as any Nottingham visitors. The refresh has not only improved the look and feel of the pub but also our way of operating and we’re looking forward to providing our guests with a new and improved customer journey.”

In May 2024 the Stonegate Group reopened The Wellington Arms pub in Ilfracombe after an investment of £125,000 from Craft Union.

The community pub underwent a comprehensive makeover involving internal and external redecoration.

Its function room was completely overhauled and now features four dartboards, a skittle alley and a large-screen TV.