Bristol Pubs and Wine Bars reviews, contact details, websites - all local to Bristol.
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The Cotham Porter Stores is one of Bristol's oldest pubs and one of the last remaining traditional cider houses in the city. Founded by the mid 19th century and continually in use as a pub, the Stores has become a real city institution.
The Croft is Bristol's most progressive club bar and live music venue. Situated in the creative heart of the city, it is a hot bed of new and exciting music talent and a favourite with many of Bristol's established and internationally acclaimed DJs and musicians.
Bristol based bar, with regular live music from top bands and musicians.
When brb began in 1998 with the original 'bar room bar' in Hampstead, North London the idea was simple: great stone baked pizza, inspiring cocktails and an interesting range of beers, wines and spirits. all this in a laid back environment with great djs and a 'smiley' bar & kitchen team. Now with a bar in Bristol.
The Lion is nestled in amongst the Victorian splendour of Cliftonwood. The pub itself is two hundred years old and, although we have undergone some refurbishment, we have maintained the character and charm that makes this a wonderful traditional boozer.
The New Prince of Wales was established in 2002 by Anna and JJ Gorman. Their aim was to develop the PoW (affectionately known as the Prince of Darkness) into a friendly boozer which served good home cooked food all day long.
Bristol Walkabout is the famous Australian themed Sports Bar situated on Corn Street. With 2 large projectors and 12 plasma screens Bristol Walkabout is the Number 1 Sports venue for atmosphere, entertainment and service.
Upstairs from the Walkabout is Rewind, Bristol's newest Retro bar which brings back the 70's, 80's and 90's! Both Walkabout and Rewind welcome Hen/Stag Parties!
Bar situated in Bristol offering food and drink in a friendly environment.
The Hush Hush Pub Bar in Bristol, near the junction of Cheltenham Road and Gloucester Road, for an enjoyable and relaxing evening out. Thursday evening is 'Open-Mic' night night. We also have other music nights, which are listed on our "Events" page.
One of Bristols oldest pubs dating back to 1760 just off Bristol Bridge next door to the Fleece in Redcliffe.
Open all day from 11.00 AM.
Traditional Ales, Ciders and home cooked food.