Cafe Sobar  is a social enterprise run by local drug and alcohol recovery charity, Double Impact, to help support their vital work with people whose lives have been devastated by addiction. 

It acts as a safe social space for people in recovery and their families and friends, and provides work placements for them to gain confidence and employment skills.  A refreshing alternative to mainstream bars and venues, our alcohol-free promise guarantees that 100% of the enjoyment you get from the superb food, drink and original entertainment comes without pressure or hangovers!

Become a ‘Friend of Cafe Sobar’…

We need your support to carry on being such a great, welcoming place for the diverse communities of Nottingham, even more so in these unusual and difficult times!

Just by choosing to come here, you are already making a big difference to the community…and by signing up to become a ‘Friend of Cafe Sobar’, we can keep you informed of exclusive special offers and discounts, upcoming events and how you are supporting the Double Impact charity to make a big difference to the people who need our help.

Please sign up below to show your support….

You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails.

Thank you!

To find out more about the work of Double Impact please click here….

THE BUILDING

The building Café Sobar is housed in was originally the headquarters of the Nottingham Building Society, officially opened by Sir Joseph Stamp, the then Governor of The Bank of England, in 1929. Through working closely with the Nottingham Building Society, Framework Housing Association and local design company Constellations, we have been able to sympathetically transform the space while retaining a lot of its original features.

Every time you visit Café Sobar, as well as enjoying great food and drink in a warm, welcoming atmosphere, you’ll also be supporting a fantastic cause and helping local people to change their lives. Thank you for your support!

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