Get down low to discover Cosies! an underground basement bar with a love of all things reggae. The Stokes Croft nightclub is big on DJ nights, as well as doubling up as a wine bar.
Bars in Stokes Croft Bristol
Best known as the city's arty quarter, Stokes Croft in Bristol is packed full of independent and quirky bars. Take a wonder down the stretch and you will find more than just craft beer and local cider, however, with a Banksy mural, live music clubs and even a giant breakdancing Jesus spray painted onto a wall. When you're done exploring all the interesting sites, check out these bars, clubs and pubs in Stokes Croft in Bristol to discover a proper neighbourhood experience.
As one of the most popular spots in Bristol's Stokes Croft, Attic Bar is a must on your bucket list. It's not all raucous DJ nights, however, as the spot opens from 12pm daily to serve up a delicious selection of craft beer and cider.
The Bootlegger is bringing back prohibition to Bristol with a speakeasy-style bar in Stokes Croft. The venue keeps things easy-going with their huge range of cocktails - which are regularly part of a happy hour - and roaring live music nights.
This Stokes Croft bar captures the spirit of the region within its walls; local artists have joined forces to decorate the venue and there's a regular line-up of live acts.
If you're headed for a night out in Stokes Croft in Bristol, then the chances are pretty high that you will end up at The Crofters Rights at some point. The bar is a low-key and party-happy venue that serves up to 17 types of beers and cider at any one time, while events range from story-telling through to DJ nights.
Blue Mountain Club is one of Bristol's best underground clubs. Located in Stokes Croft, the venue will fill your nights out with massive house music, an intimate atmosphere and some amazing up-and-coming talents.
A restaurant and bar in Stokes Croft, The Canteen is also a social enterprise that aims to leave as little waste as possible. As well as working with local charities, the bar also has a great outdoor space with the iconic break-dancing Jesus painted on an outside wall.
On the outskirts of Stokes Croft, Lakota is a party haven of three floors. Big names have rocked the decks of this super club, including Scorpio and Dutty Moonshine, making it a top choice for all your party needs in Bristol.
The Urban Standard is a proper piece of history when it comes to bars in Stokes Croft. Formerly a gaming arcade, the spot has been emptied and stripped back to the bare bones to create a simple and low-key venue.
As well as having one of the best names in Stokes Croft, this Bristol bar is also a great spot for eating and drinking. The Love Inn has a great selection of inexpensive cocktails and a food menu that includes goodies such as burgers and beef brisket.