There's one spirit that reigns supreme at this Bristol cocktail joint: vodka. Revolution Bristol loves the stuff, whether it be in a caramel shot or icy cocktail, the venue will rid you of any reticence with their inventive and delicious mixing.
Cocktail Bars in Bristol
Shaken or stirred? Salt rim or not? On the rocks or up straight? When it comes to cocktails in Bristol, there can be a whole load of tricky choices. Fortunately, we've just made your night out in the city a little easier as we round up the best cocktail bars in Bristol. However you take your tipple, these cocktail bars in Bristol are guaranteed to have something to keep you sweet.
Set sail for the Polynesian high seas at this quirky cocktail bar in Bristol. Lola Lo is a Tiki-themed, tropical paradise that stays open until seriously late. Grab a cocktail sharer in one of their beach huts, and then get your booty over to the dance floor.
Cocktail supremos Be At One know their stuff when it comes to shaking up a decent cocktail. With a huge list of drinks, the bar knock up an astonishing amount of different drinks; watch out for their generous happy hour which lets you enjoy even more cocktails.
London Cocktail Club have an impressive nine venues in London and now the quirky watering hole has headed west for its first location outside the capital. Expect lively music, vibrant staff and some creative concoctions.
Only moments from Bristol harbour side, and with a modern and stylish interior, Pitcher & Piano is a great choice for affordable drinks and crowd-pleasing plates.
Looking for cocktail bars in Bristol? This waterside retreat is serving up classic sips from mimosas to spritzes, as well as, gin-fuelled aperitifs and espresso-laced concoctions. There's even mocktails that can be tailored to your preference.
If whisky cocktails are your thing, then Baldwin Street's Black Rock has got a thing or two for you. From old fashioneds served from a tree, to unique concoctions aplenty, including a Haig Club and rhubarb milk punch, this London export is doing things a little bit differently.
This infamous little cocktail bar in Bristol is a naughty den of all things delicious. With bright neons and intimate corners, discover this secretive little spot for seasonal cocktails and original mixes.
If you like your Bristol cocktail bars suave and swish, The Milk Thistle is the spot. Housed in a historic city building, the bar has all the etchings of the finer things in life with velvet-clad furniture, dark oak panelling and a killer cocktail menu.
It's worth discovering all four storeys of Goldbrick House when spending time in Bristol as the venue includes a restaurant, Champagne bar and cocktail bar. Let one of their expert mixologists craft you a tipple using one of their Champagnes, for a perfect start to dinner or a night out.
It's cute, it's bustling and it's an easy spot to drink cocktails in Bristol; step up The Love Inn. This jostling venue splits its cocktail menu in two, divided between seasonal specials, and 'Love Inn Classics' - a list that remains from when the bar was a dedicated Tiki shack.
The Doghouse puts the party into cocktail bars in Bristol as this basement spot regularly hosts DJ nights. The mixologists behind the bar are trained to whip up anything you fancy, whether it be sweet or citrus-y.
Sleek, sexy and seductive - and that's just the interiors - Flipside Cocktail Club does what it says on the tin. Located on Whiteladies Road, the bar is a grown-up spot for a range of classic tipples, perfect for a classy date night.
The security of the country is at risk and it's up to you to save us all... OK, maybe not quite, but this MI6- themed joint is all sorts of fun. Taking inspiration from James Bond, amongst others, head to one of the best cocktail bars in Bristol for Martinis and lots more.
If you're on a night out in Clifton, then Amoeba should definitely be on your list of cocktail bars to stop by. The intimate joint has plenty of snug corners to snuggle up in, and for those who aren't too keen on laced libations, why not try one of their 70 types of craft beer?
From swing through to jazz, The Bootlegger is never up for a quiet night in as they host regular live music acts. Join in the fun with their hot list of bourbon-laced concoctions, in a spot that takes its inspiration from the era of Prohibition.