One of Nottingham’s quirkiest bars has been transformed into a brand new gaming experience to suit every generation.
Monty’s Bar and Social opened on Thursday, January 24 in Trinity Square.
The bar, which was previously known as Curious Manor, was closed for refurbishment on January 7 and refreshed with a new concept and name.
Monty’s and its theme were both inspired by English filmmaker, screenwriter and table tennis player of the 1930’s, Ivor Goldsmid Samuel Montagu.
Bar manager at Monty’s, Charles Reid, 30, from Arnold said: “The reason behind renovating and changing the theme was just to give the space a fresh new theme that can be enjoyed by everyone.”
However, he assures customers that other Curious Manor venues still offer the packages and themes that existed before Monty’s, for instance Curious Tavern and Browns in Mansfield.
Monty’s pride themselves on bringing back the social aspect of the modern bar with interactive games that suit everyone.
There are many retro games on offer, from Lego to pool to Donkey KIng.
All of which portray a range of culture from the 50s to the modern era of gaming culture.
There are also many funky cocktails to try, which theme around sports personalities and utilise modern and quirky ingredients.
The bar also have weekly offers, with half price wings and games on Monday, 2-4-1 pizzas on Tuesday, 2-4-1 burgers on Wednesday and allocated happy hours from Sunday – Friday.
Monty’s is open Monday – Thursday from 4pm – late and Friday – Sunday from 12pm – late.