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The Green Man

The Green Man

The Green man is a tiny little pub tucked away in the back streets of Kingsdown. I’ve walked past it many times over the years I’ve been in Bristol, but not until recently have I ventured in. To say it’s a hidden gem of a pub is perhaps an understatement and I wish I had sampled it... Read On

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The Alma Tavern

The Alma Tavern

  18-20 Alma Vale Road, Clifton, Bristol. BS8 2HY Read On

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The Barley Mow

The Barley Mow

Having heard about the refurbishment of The Barley Mow and its promotion to “flag ship” status for the Bristol Beer Factory I was keen to visit and sample their roast to see if it was up to scratch. Tucked away in the back streets of The Dings, The Barley Mow is part of the empire of ... Read On

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The Star & Dove

The Star & Dove

The Star & Dove has a good reputation and was most definitely on the list as a roast to sample, if only I could call in time to book a table on a Sunday. Finally (booking 5 days in advance) I made it along this weekend and I have to say that it was well worth the wait, and I can’t believe ... Read On

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No. 51

No. 51

No. 51 Stokes Croft is part of the legendary Mr Wolfs empire and as such is known for its good music and atmosphere. Regularly serving up a mixture of live music, DJs and other otological delights. They are also increasingly becoming known for serving a mean pizza, however at the weekend the pizzas ... Read On

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The Cadbury

The Cadbury

The Cadbury House Pub is hidden away in the back streets of Montpelier, but its reputation extends far beyond the local community. Well known for its relaxing atmosphere and regular DJ sessions this is a very popular locals drinkery. The building is rumoured to have been about since the time of the ... Read On

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