EDIT MAY 2019: Since I oringally wrote this post they’ve done up the bar area making it a bit more difficult to get through with a pushchair, especially on cricket days. Where there used to be low down tables along the window with floor space, they’ve put in all high tables and filled the space with them so it’s hard to manoeuvre if there’s anyone stood at the bar.
Almost built into Trent Bridge this is a firm favourite for us and not just on cricket days. Famous for its roast dinners on a Sunday, the food here is really really good.
It’s not massive but I didn’t really feel too bad with the pushchair as both times I’ve visited with Arthur have been pretty quiet but maybe if there’s a big cricket match on you’d want to avoid wheeling a baby in there!
Tuesday mornings 10am-12pm they have ‘babycakes’ for parents and babies – I’ve not been but they do cake and a hot drink for £3.50.
They’ve got Sky Sports too and, understandably, love their cricket so a good spot if your pre-baby life including spending all afternoon in the pub watching test cricket as ours did.
Room for pushchair: see above and judge the time and day. Sunday lunches are really busy so probably book and let them know you have a baby with you!
Baby changing: yes