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Best bars in City of Bristol

Indie Movie Theater
“Buzzing multi-arts venue with an arthouse cinema and cafe bar in a warehouse overlooking the water.”
51local recommendations
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“Canteen-style bar and terrace next to a Banksy mural with free live music and locally sourced food.”
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Theater
“Well worth a visit, even to have some food or a drink. It has just been sympathetically refurbished, and is one of the country's oldest theatres. It's refurbishment has won awards. See a show, even better!”
28local recommendations
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“Bright, airy pub in a redbrick building with a courtyard, serving real ales and stone baked pizzas.”
41local recommendations
Spa
“transport yourself to a poolside holiday destination.To use the pool and facilities if you are not a member, you can either pre-book onto one of their packages or come along for the public swimming session- Monday to Friday from 1pm to 4pm (not available at the weekends). ”
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“Tapas-style dishes served in a cosy cafe-bar with quirky vintage decor and live music nights.”
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“Sophisticated space with an updated vintage vibe, large windows and a classic brasserie menu.”
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Cocktail Bar
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“The Milk Thistle is the big brother of Bristol’s hippest prohibition bar, Hyde & Co. 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.”
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“An independent restaurant, bar, live music venue and arts space, quirky and fun and right in the heart of the Gloucester Road.”
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“Beers and British meals in 17th-century village pub setting with a cobbled enclosed courtyard.”
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“Large warehouse bar serving Brazilian-style pizzas, with leather sofas, fairy lights and live music.”
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“ short stroll down the path to the river. As the name suggests, bar on a boat ”
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Bistro
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“Award winning restaurant on our doorstep. Friendly welcoming staff, they cater for large groups. Booking advised.”
19local recommendations
Beer Bar
“Great area within easy walking distance, with a great selection of small bars and restaurants, mainly constructed from shipping containers. Well worth checking out. Great place to get some takeaway fish and chips (Salt and Malt) or Greek souvlaki etc.”
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“Expensive fish and chips, but the Avon Gorge Hotel has a magnificent terrace overlooking the Gorge, close to the suspension bridge. At least have a drink there on a sunny day. ”
20local recommendations
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“ An award winning country restaurant welcoming visitors from far and wide. First rate food, informally served by passionate people. Since opening in 2006, we’ve always tried to channel the downright spectacular landscape that surrounds the pub and make it part of The Pony & Trap. Be it using local growers, tracing the best meat the Chew Valley and the surrounding area has to offer or using our own garden’s wares for chef essentials, we’re constantly looking to incorporate the land in to what we do. Local produce used on pub classic and acclaimed tasting menus, served in a smartly restored inn. Michelin star gastro pub. Address: Chew Magna, Knowle Hill, Bristol BS40 8TQ Phone: 01275 332627 www.theponyandtrap.co.uk ”
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