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Bistro Du Vin

Bistro Du Vin

  The Sugar House, Narrow Lewins Mead, Bristol BS1 2NU 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 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 Lion

The Lion

The Lion is a little gem of a pub, hidden away in Clifton Wood. The pub itself is pretty ancient, 200 years plus, and is set within some of Bristol finest Victorian terraced housing. Comfortably renovated inside, the pub is a family run business that oozes charm and class. From the moment you arrive... Read On

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Adam And Eve

Adam And Eve

  7 Hope Chapel Hill, Hotwells, Bristol, BS8 4ND Read On

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The Bell

The Bell

The Bell is tucked away on a little side road off Jamaica Street. Located within 100 meters of Stocks Croft this is a very popular pub which is easily accessible from Kingsdown, Cotham, St. Pauls and Montpelier. The Bell is a traditional pub and more well known as a drinking venue than for its food.... Read On

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The Spotted Cow

The Spotted Cow

The Spotted Cow can be found on North Street and is essentially at the border between Southville and Bedminster. The pub is in a building with over 200 years of history, however the décor inside is modern and fresh. There is a large bar area inside with seating all around and a few big bench tables ... 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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