Beer Gardens In Bristol
It's finally happened. The clouds have cleared, the sun is out, and dare we say it, the weather is toasty. There's only one way to celebrate a glorious day and that's with an ice-cold drink outside in the balmy heat. From tiny courtyard gems through to whopping great stretches of grass, we've rounded up the best beer gardens in Bristol so you can bag yourself a spot as soon as the blue skies are showing.
Head down to Harbourside and you'll find this eating and drinking gem. A must for cider lovers, The Bristol Stable has a mega list of over 80 craft brews along with pizza made in front of your eyes and a load of outdoor tables for those rare spots of sunshine.
If you haven't yet been to No.4 Clifton Village, then what are you waiting for? Not only is it home to a number of secret walled outdoor areas, a restaurant with an AA Rosette and an intimate wine bar, but this gem is also available for private hire.
The White Hart is a gorgeous country pub in the charming village of Littleton-upon-Severn - only 25 minutes from the city centre. Escape the hustle and bustle with a trip to this 17th-century watering hole where real ales, comfort food and a stonking beer garden awaits.
With a waterside outdoor terrace and a second floor balcony, Riverstation is in the running for the best places to drink outside in Bristol. But it's not just the views. This beauty also cooks up delicious food for brunch, lunch and dinner.
Craft beers, sourdough pizzas and sun-soaked tables are all up for grabs at BrewDog. Their quirky pints are ensuring you stay well-watered during the hotter months with a range of drinks and a streetside seating area providing you with plenty of people watching opportunities.
Known for being a buzzing beer garden, The Canteen really has it all. Whether you're in the mood to tuck into a sumptuous bowl of pasta or wanna sink some pints with friends, it's a top-tier place for whiling away your weekends under the sun.