The Gallimaufry epitomises what Gloucester Road bars in Bristol are all about. With the help of artists, the bar's interiors feature a range of impressive murals, while food is sourced as locally as possible.
Gloucester Road Bars in Bristol
With the largest number of independent retailers in the UK along its stretch of tarmac, Gloucester Road in Bristol is more quirky than most. Along with record stores, vintage clothing caverns and book shops galore, Gloucester Road also has a hot line-up of bars and restaurants. Head north to find Gloucester Road bars in Bristol and fill up on buckets of cute and kitsch.
Once an amusement arcade, The Urban Standard is now a cool Gloucester Road bar. Interiors are stripped back and industrial with lots of unpolished wood and exposed brick; the bar's best known feature, however, is there cracking range of beers and ales.
While The Bootlegger is not technically on Gloucester Road in Bristol, it's so close that is worth darting off the main strip. Inspired by speakeasies of the 1920s, the bar brings live music, boozy cocktails and a party atmosphere to this area of the city.