A seriously stunning bar located on Corn Street, Dirty Martini is the place to be and it comes complete with neon angel wings, a sleek bar and chic bottomless brunches. Plus, you won't want to miss out on their daily happy hours and bottles of prosecco for £25.
Cool And Quirky Bars In Bristol
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 prefer sipping on fine wines at an unusual waterside haunt, you're sure to find something to suit your taste in our recommendations of cool and quirky bars in Bristol.
The Lost & Found is a glorious Victorian-themed cocktail bar that'll take you to back in time with its antique interiors. Enjoy unusual alcohol combinations made using strange ingredients including banana chip-infused rum, jasmine tea syrup and the curiously named Ms. Better's Bitter Miraculous Foamer.
Craving something a little different in Bristol? A beautiful venue with floral decor and plush pink seating, The Florist is a fab spot for those after a good Instagram photo and aesthetically-pleasing cocktails to match. Plus, they sling out afternoon teas and gorgeous brunches.
Kongs of King Street is combining retro consoles with tasty tipples and craft brews, making it your one-stop shop for boozy gaming. Whether you're here for a midweek competition with friends or a late-night dance on the weekends to a live DJ set, you're guaranteed to have a great time.
For one of the best bars in Bristol Harbourside, Slug and Lettuce is always a fantastic shout. Along with neon signs and colourful interiors, the venue whips up kooky cocktails to match - we're talking pina coladas served in a golden pineapple.
Oreo themed cocktails? Happy hours? Over 150 cocktails to choose from? It's hard not to love a bar like Be At One Bristol. Hailed for weird and wonderful concoctions alongside late nights and a buzzing party atmosphere, the venue is the gift that keeps on giving.
If you fancy something a little different for your night out, head over to Flight Club Bristol. The Old City haunt is not your average bar, featuring their new version of social darts, as well as intriguing interiors, delicious bar snacks and plenty of boozy bevs.
For wonderful watering holes, The Square Club is a great shout for those after zesty cocktails and the prettiest outdoor terrace. While sinking a few drinks, tuck into a menu of scrumptious nosh - think hanger steak, pork belly and crayfish avo salads.
Fronting exposed brick walls, an open kitchen and gorgeous hanging plants, this is hands down one of the best cocktail bars in Bristol Harbourside. They also sling out wood-fired pizzas with unique toppings, from pineapple to smoked salmon and burger sauce.
Home to over 150 different bottles, a spirit school and an attention-grabbing 500-litre retort pot, Bristol and Bath Rum Distillery is seriously upping your drinking game. Not only is it a buzzy, late-night choice for tipples with mates but it also puts on cracking events and masterclasses throughout the year.
One of our top picks for cool and quirky bars in Bristol, The Bootlegger is well worth a visit. Not only is the 1920s-inspired space decked out with exposed brickwork and vintage lights, but it also has a fabulous live music offering alongside a top-notch selection of cocktails.
With opulent decor, skilled bartenders and a mega menu of wacky tipples, The Cocktail Club has certainly made a name for itself. Spend an evening sampling jam jar daiquiris and you'll see why it's regarded as one of the best cool and quirky bars in Bristol - check out its Corn Street venue as well.
Featuring beautiful concoctions, vibrant decor and a stunning outdoor terrace, it's no surprise that Bambalan is one of the coolest cocktail bars in Bristol. Hungry? Grab a few plates from the tapas-style menu and enjoy grilled tiger prawns, fried squid, artichoke hearts and focaccia.
Grab your vintage goggles and get ready for a memorable evening at Bristol's only steampunk-inspired haunt - how's that for quirky nights out? The fantasy-focused bar is dotted with various trinkets and shakes up a selection of theatrical cocktails, each with its own backstory.
Lido has pipped the top spot for memorable watering holes - excuse the pun. Situated only a few metres from an outdoor pool, this gem is serving up the definition of drinks with a view, touting an extensive wine menu of whites, reds, rosés, sherries and Champagne.
Four storeys of stunning revelry await you at The Milk Thistle. One of the more secret bars in Bristol, it is a must-try in the cocktail department too with a selection of unconventional ingredients and signature serves. Not to mention decadent interiors that scream prohibition.
Looking for places to drink in Bristol? You could do a lot worse than Seven Lucky Gods, a stylish watering hole inspired by the izakaya bars of Tokyo. Along with sake, beers and spirits, their innovative cocktails will have you slurping on green tea-infused gin, kumquat liqueur and grapefruit sherbert.