With an award-winning restaurant, regular live music acts and a great cocktail bar, The Square Club has got it all. Add on the brilliant summer terrace, and this is one Bristol beer garden worth adding to the bucket list.
Beer Gardens In Bristol
The sun is shining in Bristol and there's only one thing that's better than a glorious day: a Bristol beer garden on a glorious day. From tiny suntraps through to whopping great stretches of grass, we've rounded up the best outdoor drinking spots in Bristol so you can bag yourself a spot as soon as the sun comes out.
You might not have heard of No 4 Clifton Village's beer garden but it's worth discovering. The private space is a sun trap that can be hired for everything from weddings through to a special birthday party.
Beer garden meets beach hangout at this unique bar in Millennium Square. Head down for the ultimate summertime spot as the Bristol Beach Club brings you non-stop vibes all season, with refreshing cocktails, delicious street food and some awesome activities to get involved with.
The Spotted Cow has a great Bristol pub garden which catches the last of the day's rays. Head to North Street to find this fun boozer which even keeps its outdoor space open at night, with fairy lights adding tonnes of atmosphere.
As well as their cider-filled boat, The Apple also has large beer garden on the terrace outside. Grab a table in the sun to enjoy unusual ciders and views of the canal.
In the heart of buzzy Stokes Croft, this Bristol pub and bar is always popular with students and locals. Come summer, the outdoor space is well covered with trees; be warned, you will have to be quick to grab a table at this Bristol beer garden.
While it may be more famous for its nightclub and mad Bristol events, Blue Mountain Club also has an outdoor space. Keep an eye out on summer events which will let you party in the sunshine with Bristol's finest DJ talent.
What makes a Bristol outdoor terrace even better? Freshly brewed beer and pizza, obviously. Step up Zerodegrees as they brew their own beer, served alongside a delicious range of pizza.
The Hole in the Wall takes beer gardens in Bristol seriously, with several outdoor spaces. The traditional pub has everything from picnic benches through to swish sofas; add in their selection of real ale, and you've got a perfect Sunday afternoon.
It might not be big but that doesn't stop it from being mighty. White Bear has a sun-trap beer garden filled with a couple of benches. When you're done in the sun, head inside for games of pool and quirky decor.