Popular street food market expands into Nottingham

Bustler Market is coming to Nottingham

A much-loved Derby street food market is set to expand into Nottingham, creating a raft of new hospitality jobs in the process.

Bustler Market, launched in Derby in 2017, will make the move across the East Midlands this autumn.

Work is currently underway at Sneinton Market Avenues to transform the newly renovated “Avenue E” into Bustler’s new home.

The company’s Nottingham premises will have capacity for 500 people indoors and 300 outside.

The venue will offer a wide range of street food, cocktails and craft beers from Nottingham and across the UK.

Olivia Pritchard, managing director at Bustler Market, said: “We are extremely excited to finally bring Bustler Market to our neighbours in Nottingham, in a thriving part of the city surrounded by other fantastic independent businesses. When we saw the chance to join Sneinton Market Avenues, it was a no-brainer. The large space to the northeast part of the site is the perfect location for what we want to create.”

Pritchard added: “Bustler Market is all about celebrating the best of our cities, and our new Nottingham venue is no exception. It will be the perfect place for groups of friends, families, students, young professionals work groups and more to enjoy – whatever the occasion, there is something for everyone, regardless of age. And, for sports fans, with Bustler Nottingham just round the corner from Motorpoint Arena, it’s the prime location for that pre-Panthers’ match pint too.

“This is a really exciting launch for us, and we can’t wait to welcome our first visitors later this year.”

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