Tuesday, 15, May 2018
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Bristol's best outdoor drinking destinations
Our guide to Bristol's best places to grab a drink in the sun
Bristol is home to some of the oldest and most authentic pubs in all of England, most with exceptional views of Bristol’s extraordinary surroundings. Sit outside with friends and family and take in the city’s culture and beauty
Clifton Wine Bar
Visit one of Somerset’s best kept hidden gems tucked away beneath the Georgian homes that are iconic to the area. Sit outside in the Beer garden more some more atmospheric fun, or enjoy a quiet setting in the intimately designed wine bar. This bar also offers many events each month that you wont want to miss. This includes musical numbers, Sunday promos, Burger Tuesdays, and party events.
The White Lion
Located at the Avon Gorge Hotel, The White Lion offers one of the largest terraces in the South West. Come along with a group of friends and enjoy the panoramic views of the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge on one side and the hills of Somerset on the other whilst sipping on a beautiful glass of wine or a intricate cocktail of choice.
The Apple Cider Boat
Experience some of the finest range of ciders, perries and beers in the heart of Bristol’s old city. Enjoy these scrumptious beverages while sitting outside with views of the Floating Harbour. Pair your afternoon or evening experience with some of The Apple’s traditional inspired light bites, all locally sourced.
One of the city’s most beloved gems, Grain Barge has some of the most unique views of the city. Discover live music in the Hold Bar and enjoy delicious food and drink, all inspired by the West country. If you are looking for a place of immense character and fun, with authentic dishes and beverages, Grain barge is the perfect choice.
The Hole in the Wall
Located in the very heart of the vibrant city of Bristol, The Hole in the Wall is an elite destination, known for serving up a beautiful variety of extraordinary dining dishes, a wide selection of wines, lagers, and real ales in a spectacular setting. This pub is also child-friendly, with plenty of car parking availability.