Pubs in Bristol
There is no other way to tell you this, so we’re just going to come and say it. You are going to be absolutely spoilt for pubs in Bristol. From traditional, countryside pubs to pubs with packed live music schedules, to pubs with cinemas, to pubs with live sport; Bristol will keep you entertained every night of the week. In fact, you could probably stay all year and still not get to try them all!
A popular pub crawl in Bristol is through Stokes Croft and Gloucester Road, to the north of the city centre. Here you will find The Hare on the Hill, The Wellington and The Anchor, all serving a great choice of drinks. The Flyer, The Cider Press and The Plantation are among a whole list of venues to experience proper Bristol nightlife.
Head to the Harbourside for a real European feel – buzzing restaurants and bars by the waterfront – but also classic pubs like The Shakespeare, No. 1 Harbourside and The Stable that each have their own distinct characters.
Bristol is steeped in history and you can find out more as you wander from pub to pub along King Street. Follow in the footsteps of Daniel Defoe and call in at The Llandoger Trow, hop across the street to take in some free live jazz at The Old Duke and walk up a bit further to explore The Royal Navy Volunteer that dates back to the 1700s. Many of these have featured in TV series and films, the latest being for the new series of Sherlock.
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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.
A multi-cultural hub and gateway to the vibrant Stokes Croft area. They have three bars, a live music venue, a restaurant and one of the largest courtyards in the city.
An award winning pub set 8 miles from Bristol city centre in the picturesque village of Chew Magna, over the past 7 years the Pony & Trap has become one of the most exciting places to visit in the South West
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.
'The Welly' - well known for providing a warm welcome and great service
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.
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
One of the oldest pubs in Bristol, serving traditional pub food and drinks