Cool and Quirky Bars in Bristol
Spotted something unusual going on in Bristol recently? It was likely at one of these bars. A haven for mischief, mixology and must-try boozers, this fair city is at the UK's peak when it comes to unique places to drink. Whether you like your cocktails in an elusive, secret lair or you prefer the tiki tidings of a South Pacific plot, check out our recommendations for the most cool and quirky bars in Bristol.
Last updated on 16th September 2016
Not many bars in Bristol can boast a brewery, a pub, a kitchen and a bar; which is what makes Brewhouse & Kitchen Bristol all the more special. Stop by for brewery masterclasses, hearty dinners, quick lunches and after-work drinks all throughout the week.
One of the biggest party names in the city, Lola Lo is a South Pacific palace that promises all things tiki. One of the coolest bars in Bristol, expect partying and Polynesian tidings as this venue boasts themed interiors, stunning cocktails, fiery nights and plenty more.
Salute with your stein as one of the most unusual bars in Bristol as Bavarian Beerhouse take you all the way to Germany. Beer, bulging voices and German bites come as standard at a venue brimming with lederhosen, live bands and more.
Four stories of stunning revelry await at the heart of Milk Thistle. One of the most unique bars in Bristol thanks to their decadent, vintage interiors, Milk Thistle is a must-try in the cocktail department thanks to hard-to-get spirits, world renowned recipes and stunning mixes.
When it comes to a quirky night in Bristol, Smoke & Mirrors have your entertainment roster covered. Not only the place to grab an indulgent bottle of wine, settle down in their sultry and sumptous space for a night of entertainment that ranges from cabaret and live music to burlesque.
Mysterious, dark and broody is the attitude you can expect from Hyde & Co. A rich and hidden lair brimming with prohibition charm, Hyde & Co is one of the most unique speakeasy themed bars in Bristol that promises drinks made with class, sophistication and flair.
Aurelius Braunbarth is the man to thank when it comes to this stunning speakeasy bar in Bristol. Noted for their nods to European drinking culture, Hausbar bring nights out back to the bare basics, focusing solely on the drinks ingredients in a sumptous and broody enviroment.
Indulge in Spanish horizons courtesy of Pata Negra. Not only will their roster of tapas dishes and international drinks take you to the far reaches of Europe, their plush interiors, plastered prints and stunning furniture give this quirky Bristol bar and restaurant that extra oomph.