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2 for 1 mealsMaximum of 2 peopleBooking requiredSaturday restrictionDecember restriction
Lounge Bar at The Cathedral Quarter Hotel image
Lounge Bar at The Cathedral Quarter Hotel image
Lounge Bar at The Cathedral Quarter Hotel image

2 for 1 at Lounge Bar at The Cathedral Quarter Hotel

The team behind the brilliant Cathedral Quarter Hotel in Derby have certainly done a magnificent job in transforming the city’s former council offices into one of the best hotels in the city. Located in the heart of Derby city centre, this stunning boutique hotel is a top spot for accommodation amongst the city’s more discerning visitors and its cool lounge bar, known as Bar 16, is the drinking and dining destination of a cool crowd.

Serving a menu of light snacks and tasty meals, Bar 16 keeps customers more than satisfied in the food department. Fresh, modern flavours and exciting combinations feature in dishes, including a mussel dish that comes with pancetta and mascarpone and is covered in a cider reduction, a smoked house burger with smoked chutney, Gruyere cheese and hand cut chips, and harissa marinated chicken with pommes mousseline, shallots and fine beans. Chocolate orange mousse with shortbread biscuits are just one of the desserts that promise things off on a delicious sweet note. A great range of sandwiches are also available for those looking for a light bar snack.

Free Wi-Fi makes Bar 16 a fine proposition for a working lunch or dinner, whilst the huge plasmas, complete with BT Sport, attracts a buzzing crowd of sports fans wanting to catch the game over a drink and bite to eat. The perfect place to kick back and relax, Bar 16 at The Cathedral Quarter Hotel is hot property in Derby city centre for both drinks and eats.

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Please note: The tastecard discount is unavailable throughout December.

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