Sports Bars In Bristol
Whether you're looking to catch the latest match on TV or want a round of pool and darts with your mates, we've got the bars and pubs for you. From traditional watering holes whipping up hearty food to swish modern bars with all kinds of games at your disposal, these havens are perfect for die-hard rugby and football fans (and all the rest). Check out where to watch sports in Bristol and don't forget to don your favourite team's garms.
If you're looking for where to watch the football – or rugby, darts, boxing, whatever your favourite is – you can't go wrong with Racks. The sleek restaurant and bar not only offers an amazing range of beers and gastro food, you can catch all the action on their 12 flat screen TVs with Sky and ESPN.
One of the best bars with pool tables in Bristol, The Cider Press is a great place for billiards whether you're a pro or just looking to have fun. Found on Gloucester Road, the friendly pub also fronts two HD projectors and eight smaller screens dotted about the venue, meaning you won't miss out on a minute of the action.
This traditional pub has everything from cute antique furniture to amazing beers and affordable pub food. But sports? Oh, when the big games are on, their cinema room is open for you complete with Sky TV, a huge screen, and amazing leather arm chairs to sink into.
A must-visit if you're looking for the best bars in Bristol, Grosvenor Casino is a brilliant shout. Known for its roulette and poker tables, the boozer also has the holy trinity when it comes to watching the latest sports fixture: beer, HD screens and juicy burgers.
Need a watering hole to catch the latest game? Known for its craft beer, BrewDog is a brilliant shout for your sports viewing pleasure. Enjoy a plethora of different brews while chowing down on sourdough pizzas and shouting at the TV screens. Come on, England.
Ler's be real; we can't do live sports without a refreshing pint in hand. This is where King St Brewhouse comes in, bringing a variety of craft brews, alongside delicious gastropub dishes, that'll make the football games on their screens even better.
Nestled in Clifton Village is this adorable pub that dates way back to the 17th Century. Their traditional décor and even better courtyard will attract anyone, but their real ales and BBQs will keep you entertained as you cheer on everything from Wimbledon to the Six Nations.