Rutland & Derby Arms
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A beautiful award winning pub nestled in the city of Leicester, a perfect retreat from the fast paced city, perfect for meeting up with friends or colleagues at any time of the day or night.

The Rutland & Derby is situated on Millstone Lane, just inside the Cathedral Quarter in Leicester City and just a couple of minutes walk away from the phenomenal Leicester Cathedral, The New King Richard III Visitor Centre, The Curve Theater, Highcross Shopping Centre & The Leicester Tiger’s Ground.

Located just off the beaten track of City nightlife, The Rutland & Derby is well known as the place meet, eat & drink in quality feel good environment and this was recently endorsed in a national paper by Kasabian's Sergio Pizzorno when he said The R&D was one of the great things he loves about Leicester.

The Rutland & Derby also boasts Leicester City’s most amazing alfresco area, secluded from traffic and hustle and bustle of city life with a beautiful heated roof top terrace, featuring comfortable arm chairs and sofa’s – paradise on a Summer’s Day!

The Rutland & Derby has also been awarded ‘Best Independent Pub' in 2011, 2012 & 2013 at the Annual Leicester Best Bar None Awards presented by former professional footballer Steve Welsh & former World Seniors Snooker Champion Willie Thorn.

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Beer Day Britain 2018

Happening on 15/06/2018 [Expired]

Friday 15th June marks the annual celebration of the nation's best-loved bevvy - real ale! So why not come down and join us in raising a glass of the good stuff and say #CheersToBeer!

Six Nations Championship 2018

Happening from 03/02/2018 to 17/03/2018 [Expired]

The Six Nations Championship is back! Yes, the highlight of any rugby fan's calendar is finally here. But if you aren't lucky enough to be heading to the games, have no fear! You can still catch all the action from the comfort of your local - which is the next best thing, of…

Six Nations Final Weekend

Happening on 17/03/2018 [Expired]

It's the final weekend of the Six Nations tournament and Ireland have the chance to complete the coveted Grand Slam for only the third time in the team's history - but they'll have to get through the English champions to do it!
Fixtures are as follows:
Italy v Scotland (12:30…