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Beeston is a very student friendly area that is full of clubs, pubs and restaurants. It is popular with students because of its close proximity to the city centre and university and its wide variety of places to go out and drink.
What to do there: Beeston is renowned for its nightlife and it's easy to see why. The main club is Rescue Rooms, a large capacity live music venue which has many top music acts along with up and coming local artists. It always offers something for everyone, whether it be cheap drinks, dance music or somewhere to have a social gathering. It also serves food which is as good as can be expected and is at a fair price. It is also part of the dot to dot festival which is a music festival held at various venues throughout Nottingham.
Another great club is The Cookie Club. It has three, yes three dancefloors! It also has a rooftop garden and sells reasonable priced drinks. It has themed dancefloors, with one being indie and another being rock. It has legendary student nights on a Wednesday and is certainly worth attending. It is also bang opposite a Wetherspoon's if you get a bit hungry before your big night out.
Speaking of Wetherspoon's, the Last Post is a brilliant one. It is bang opposite The Cookie Club and is always having great meal deals and themed nights, with one being curry night. It is renowned for its cheap prices and high quality food along with friendly staff and generous drinking prices. Wetherspoon's has rapidly become of the nation's favourite restaurant and pub chains and The Last Post is one of the best.
Possibly the best restaurant in Beeston is Yiannis. It offers a great Greek menu that satisfies everybody's taste buds. The main recommendation is the spicy chicken kebab as it is certainly wonderful. The staff are all friendly and more than happy to help and the pricing is certainly reasonable. If you like to try traditional, authentic meals then this is definitely the place to visit.
A great place to visit if you fancy a day out is The Lodge, which is an RSPB nature reserve. It has many great activities both indoors and out. Some of the more popular activities include bird watching and wildlife spotting. It is over 180 hectares of woodland! It is definitely worth a visit if you want to go out with family or friends.
Every month there is a much anticipated farmers market in the heart of the town. It is full of sole traders trying to sell their home-grown crops or local meat. They also sell crafts and other great things like that, most of which are bargains. It is also a chance to get some recipes and tips from farmers on how to cook different dishes.
If you feel lost, don't be scared to ask one of the locals for directions, they are all friendly. The city centre is only a short bus ride away.