Bristol Pubs and Wine Bars reviews, contact details, websites - all local to Bristol.
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Winner of Theme Magazine's best-new-bar-in-the-west-and-wales award, The Park is a small, but perfectly formed, late-licensed bar with a private lounge available for hire upstairs. Located in Clifton.
Set in the impressive old fishmarket building on St Nicholas Street the stylishly refurbished bar-restaurant offers both fantastic food and drink in an environment designed to help you relax after a hard day or dance the night away.
Bristol’s original, decadent and most exclusive members’ club. Relax and enjoy exceptional service in the luxurious Lounge, a delectable gastronomic experience in our contemporary Dining room and ‘be seen’ at the bar in our funky Lower Deck.
Bar on Whiteladies Road, recently voted Best in the South-West.
Gay bar based in Bath, offering a wide range of cocktails.
Moles Club, one of the UK's best live music venues, Bath.
No games machines, no music, no pool table and no cordon bleu food menu to distract the taste buds - but The Star Inn still shines on in Bath. The 16th century pub on the Paragon is one of only two pubs in the city to make the main listings in the 2004 Good Pub Guide.
The White Hart is one of Bath's oldest drinking establishments. Newly refurbished and situated in the centre of Bath it is a perfect base to explore the city and escape into the beauty of the West Country.
The Old Duke is a music venue situated on the cobbled King Street in the heart of Bristol. Named after Duke Ellington, the pub has become world famous for it's live traditional, New Orleans inspired Jazz music.
The Coronation Tap is the only ciderhouse in Clifton village, and Bristol's oldest purveyor of the West Country's traditional tipple – cider!