Illusions is Bristol’s original magic bar.
Bristol’s award winning restaurant and craft brewing institution has been successfully serving...
'The Bar' at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bristol is the perfect meeting place for any occasion,...
No.1 Harbourside celebrates the best of Bristol and the south west with their waterside venue where...
Pubs & Bars in Bristol
The South West is famed for its cider and scrumpy and you will easily find pubs and bars in Bristol offering a host of different varieties. But if you are an ale or beer fanatic then you will not be disappointed either; Bristol’s craft beer scene is fermenting as well as the award-winning ale it produces.
When it comes to enjoying your favourite tipple, expect the unexpected.
Imagine spending a warm sunny afternoon (no, it doesn’t rain all the time) on the roof of a barge in the harbour, or sipping a glass of bubbly looking out to Brunel’s iconic suspension bridge. Or perhaps you prefer to snuggle up in the warmth of the fire in winter at a traditional country pub. You can when you visit Bristol.
If you’re looking for something a little sassier, Bristol’s creative and unconventional style influences the speakeasies and cocktail bars around the city. Don’t be afraid to dig a little deeper into Bristol nightlife; look for a red light, knock on the door to be let in or chase the white rabbit to really experience what Bristol has to offer after the sun goes down.
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Shore Café Bar restaurant on the Harbourside offers simple chic at its finest
Following on from the success of The Jetty restaurants in Christchurch, Dorset and Salcombe, Devon and most recently Brighton and Guildford, The Jetty restaurant in Bristol offers a vibrant yet relaxed atmosphere, alongside fantastic menus.
Bristol’s newest and most vibrant chill out spot. Serving a range of delicious cocktails and food in a surrounding or Urban art in the heart of the city centre!
Housed over four floors in one of the finest historic buildings in the city, The Milk Thistle incorporates a cocktail bar, lounge & private function rooms.
Relaxed café bar inside the Arnolfini gallery right next to the Harbourside
The King Street Brew House is an urban style city centre pub with its very own micro-brewery, creating their own cask and keg beers and complimented with an ever changing array of guest craft brews from the local area, UK and the USA.
Illusions is Bristol’s original magic bar.
A cosy pub, great beer garden and top notch pub food, you'll wish they were at the end of your road.
Nestled in the belly of Hamilton House in the thriving mix of Stokes Croft, Canteen brings you good things like affordable home-cooked food, free live music every night, space for local art and a place to meet, plot and play.
Cocktail Bar & Dining Room set in a listed building in the heart of Bristol's Old City, serving Brunch, Dinner, Sunday lunch and late night drinks.
One of the oldest pubs in Bristol, serving traditional pub food and drinks
Bristol’s award winning restaurant and craft brewing institution has been successfully serving craft beers and food at it’s landmark site on Colston Street site for a decade.
Graze Bar & Chophouse is a fresh and sophisticated take on the traditional British pub. Superb ales, wines & spirits with a no-nonsense menu
The world famous Harveys Cellars - a contemporary wine, sherry, tapas and cocktail lounge, in the birthplace of Harveys Bristol Cream.
Normal food menu served 12-3pm & 6-10pm with pizza served in the 3-6pm break, Monday-Saturday. Sunday roasts served 12-9:30pm Sunday.
Normal food menu served 12-3 & 6-10 Monday-Saturday. Sunday roasts served 12-8.
Bespoke decor and a vast drinks range signals your arrival at Beerd, one of the first craft beer bars in the South West and part of the Bath Ales pub estate
A modern city centre British Brasserie, with an emphasis on good food, good drinks & good times, in a relaxed & friendly atmosphere.
Walkabout Bristol, the best seats for watching sport to the ultimate party venue, a chilled place to meet up and get stuck into Aussie food.
If you’re looking for a country pub between Bath and Bristol that’s just a short hop from either city, you can’t do better than The Swan.