Beautiful Bars In Bristol

What a city - Bristol is absolutely brimming with aesthetically appealing watering holes. From Clifton Village to Old City, Gloucester Road to Queen Square, there's an Insta-worthy haunt around every corner.  Whether you're looking for stylish spaces, cool craft beer joints, quirky pubs or perhaps a more nautical-themed tipple, we've comprised a list of Bristol's most beautiful bars. Cameras at the ready

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Revolution Bristol

Housed within the Old Fish Market Building, the beautiful Bristol bar features rustic tables, cool low-hanging light fixtures and a stylist mezzanine. They also have daily happy hours until 9pm and a weekly 2-4-1 on selected dishes every Monday. You're welcome.


Lido is definitely up there as one of the city's quirkiest views. Located at the water's edge, the bar and restaurant is a fusion of old and new - housed within a Victorian building but featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and contemporary furniture.

The Clockwork Rose

Located along St Stephen's Street, this beautiful Bristol bar takes customers on a journey as they follow the fabled journeys of Sebastian Commodore. Each cocktail has its own accompanying backstory whilst trinkets from the captain's journey are featured throughout the venue.

Small Bar

The craft beer bar may have small in its title but its selection is anything but. With over 31 taps, Small Bar aims to showcase some of the best and freshest beer from around Bristol's local South West regions. The venue has a cool and relaxed feel with exposed brick, wooden floors and comfy leather seats.