A Sunday lunch takeaway will be available from February 7.
Cricketers Stuart Broad and Harry Gurney, who run Tap & Run in Upper Broughton, aren't letting the pandemic hold their business back. They're launching a Sunday roast takeaway service from February 7.
Business partner and Notts cricketer, Harry Gurney, said: "We decided that with Andy coming on board and hopefully some light at the end of the tunnel, why wait?!"
The first weekend in February is already fully booked and Valentine's Day is filling up fast.
The pair have also moved quickly to appoint a new head chef following the departure of previous head chef Paul Thacker.
With the launch of the Sunday lunch takeaway, diners can get a taste of the new chef's cooking early on.
Head chef Andy Goodbourn joins from The Nelson, Burton Joyce where he was a runner-up nationally in the Observer Food Monthly awards 2019, with his classic Sunday Roast.
Andy said: "Stuart and Harry made it really clear that an area that they want to drive the pub forward is Sundays.
"In addition to a big focus on Sundays, I'm looking forward to continuing to develop the menu alongside the directors so that we can offer high quality gastro pub food for all the loyal customers once we reopen."
The Tap & Run, which opened in September 2018, has won awards and become popular locally.
Stuart commented: "We thank Paul for his contributions and wish him well. Andy's appointment is very exciting. The Nelson is a fantastic local gastro-pub and we know Andy will bring with him some amazing food and a great following."