Cheap Drinks In Bristol

No funds but desperate for a night out? Well, you've come to the right place. We've done the drinking and scouted out the best cocktail bars, traditional boozers and quirky watering holes to help save you some pennies and get some discounted sips in the next time you want to enjoy the city's party scene. Take a look at the top spots for cheap drinks in Bristol and never miss a night out again.

Last updated on 18th February 2021




Be At One Bristol

248 user reviews 5

A favourite for its buzzing atmosphere, Be At One is a brilliant party bar in Clifton. Head over any day of the week for delicious £5 happy hour cocktails as well as cheap beers and wine. However, with the drinks flowing and music going till late, don't be surprised if you end up stumbling out in the early hours...

Lola Lo Bristol

36 user reviews 3

As well as being one of Bristol's best clubs, Lola Lo is also shaking up wallet-friendly drinks from Thursday to Saturday. Start your night off with sips from only £2 and 2-4-1 cocktails available till midnight, before taking to the floor and shaking your stuff to the hottest chart-toppers.

Revolution Bristol

1 user review 4

Revolution is undoubtedly one of the best places for cheap drinks in Bristol, offering thirsty guests 2-4-1 on 'R' marked cocktails during happy hour. And if things lead to dancing? This vodka-loving party bar has got you covered with a dancefloor and music till late every weekend. 

The Lost & Found Bristol

145 user reviews 4

A Victorian-themed bar in Bristol, THe Lost & Found is enticing punters into its Queen's Road spot with two for £10 cocktails available every weekday from 5pm till  8pm. Expect an array of botanical drinks, ranging from sweet Biscoff-infused whisky tipples to lychee, peach and apple gin mixes.

OMG Club

1 user review 1

For those of you looking to get your drinks with a side of night of dancing, look no further than OMG Club. Here, you'll find drink deals practically every night of the week, including £2.50 sips and cheap shots, along with great tunes and a buzzy atmosphere.

An iconic Bristol bar, The Apple won't break the bank when you're on a night out. Venture down to the waterfront where you'll find their reformed dutch barge and a massive selection of cider, along with spirit wines and lagers.

As one of Bristol's most famous cider bars, The Coronation Tap is a pretty popular venue for drinking in the city. It's also one of Bristol's more affordable bars meaning you have no excuse not to work your way through the local ciders they have on offer.

Mbargo

1 user review 5

Mbargo doesn't mess around when it comes to Bristol cheap drinks as they offer vodka and mixer for as low as £1.50 if you work in the industry and have one of their cards. If not, don't fear, the nightclub also keeps things affordable for everyone else.