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The Hillgrove

The Hillgrove

  53 Hillgrove Street North, off Dove Street, Kingsdown, Bristol. BS2 8LT Read On

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Inn On the Green

Inn On the Green

The Inn On The Green is an established Bristol drinkers pub. Apparently winner of a CAMRA pub of the year award it certainly has a good selection of beers and real ale (I say apparently as the CAMRA site does not have them listed). Set in North Bristol, just above where the Gloucester Road becomes F... Read On

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The Runcible Spoon

The Runcible Spoon

The Runcible Spoon is a very discreet restaurant at the bottom of Nine Tree Hill. The building appears to be an old shop front from the outside but has a more ‘two up two down’ cottage feeling inside. This homely feel is carried throughout the interior, the service and the food itself. T... Read On

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The Kensington Arms

The Kensington Arms

The Kensington Arms is buried in the heart of residential Redland and is one of those pubs that you are unlikely to come across by chance. Cut off from Cotham by the railway line and not on any particular rat-run you’ll have to go looking for the Kenny, but well it’s worth the effort. Th... Read On

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The Volunteer Tavern

The Volunteer Tavern

The Volunteer is a pub that I wasn’t even aware of until today, hidden away in the residential area between Cabot Circus and Old Market its one of those places you kind of need to know about to find. Considering the less that salubrious area I was very pleasantly surprised on entering to find ... Read On

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The Pump House

The Pump House

The Pump House is an imposing old Victorian water pumping station, situated on the edge of Bristols floating harbour, by the Junction Lock in Hotwells. With a gastronomic treat of a menu this is a more ‘classy’ location for a Sunday roast and the clientele and atmosphere reflect this. Sy... Read On

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The Farm Pub

The Farm Pub

The Farm Pub epitomises everything that is St Werburghs. Set in a secluded cul de sac next to the City Farm and within spitting distance of the Eco Village, this pub is famed for its relaxed atmosphere and long lazy afternoons drinking up the sun in the pub garden. If you don’t like dogs, chil... Read On

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The Rose of Denmark

The Rose of Denmark

The Rose of Denmark is a traditional pub located on what once would have been a main thoroughfare into Bristol, now it’s tucked under the Brunel Way flyover on the junction where Hotwells Road and the Cumberland Basin Road merge. The interior of the pub is relaxed and has that traditional pub ... Read On

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