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11:00 am – 08:00 pm
Open 1 pm to 8 pm on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day with a special menu.
Open Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve with our regular menu.
Nottinghams has a rich history. In this location stood the Robinhood Inn in the 1960s, Friar Tuck's in the 1970s, the Rusty Anchor in the 1980s, and Mongolian Palace in the 1990s.
As you enter, you'll pass the Dining Room, a cozy dining area. The hostess station, originally built in 1890, was used as the entrance to a reported gangster's house in New Jersey. A revolving door set, once part of Marshall Fields in New York, has been used in parts to create a circular divide.
Continue straight-ahead to the Pub, the family dining room and bar. The back bar, from Pahrump, Nevada, was originally in a diner that was later converted to a brothel. The front bar is from Chicago. The 1930s canoe was discovered in an old building in Fawnskin in the 1980s and is thought to have been in Big Bear all its life.
Ascending up a replica of a 1920s Greene and Greene designed Bolton house stairway, you enter the upstairs meeting room operated by the Robinhood Resort. The large banquet room can hold up to 100 people or can be split into two smaller rooms. The back bar is from a Prohibition-era cabaret on Rush Street in Chicago. As you look around you may also notice numerous Craftsman-era doors, reproduced in various designs