This bustling wine bar in Temple Quays gives guests gorgeous views of the River Avon as they sip on some of the world's finest wines. Not only is it a stunning location for drinks as the sun sets, but the wine masterclasses make for a guaranteed fun date, and the afternoon tea is a lovely treat after a busy morning.
Valentine's Day in Bristol
It's that time of year again and petrol-shop flowers and a tatty card aren't going to cut it. Show that special someone just how much they mean to you with an organised and thought-out night out; we've recommended the best Valentine's Day bars and restaurants in Bristol, the rest is up to you.
Head to the heart of Clifton for a cosy romantic meal at Brown's Brasserie. Offering a stylish dining experience and a buzzing atmosphere, this restaurant is always a popular spot come Valentine's Day for its extensive menu of British cuisine, fine wines and impressive decor.
London Cocktail Club is a quirky hideaway fuelled by mischief and stellar creations. Take your date her this Valentine's Day and expect nothing other than an evening jam-packed with debauchery and fun. If you're in the mood for a party, this is may just be the perfect night out.
Looking for a romantic get-away this Valentine's Day? Head out to The White Hart in Littleton-upon-Severn for a taste of countryside, along with a hearty selection of seasonal and British plates.
Head to The Square Club this Valentine's Day for the ultimate date night. With seasonal and locally-sourced produce at the forefront, the restaurant brings the flavours of the West Country to life in a charming and intimate setting.
One of Bristol's most notorious cocktail bars, Red Light has 'Valentine's Day' stamped all over it. Once you've found the secretive little bar, descend into a den of luscious libations and saucy interiors, it's sure to get hearts racing.
This Valentine's Day, head to a cosy and quaint pub for a low-key meal and drink. The Christmas Steps is the perfect choice for retreating winter winds, with exposed brick walls, fireplaces and lots of little corners for snuggling up.
As one of Bristol's most popular vegetarian restaurants, Flow knows a thing or two about keeping crowds happy. The intimate restaurant offers its guests stunning seasonal sharing platters, so couples can gaze wistfully into each others eyes, with foraged goodies, homegrown veggies and carefully curated drinks to pair.
Not all Valentine's Day pubs and restaurants have to be swish and sophisticated, as The Somerset House proves. Kick things off in the upstairs gin parlour before noshing down on some proper pub grub in cosy surrounds.
Cosy by name, cosy by nature. Snuggle up with your date in one of Bristol's most interesting drinking haunts. You'll sip on expertly-mixed cocktails and chow down European cuisine, while enjoying the breathtaking interiors featuring high ceilings, gold accents and hanging chandeliers.
If you don't really buy into the whole Valentine's Day bars and restaurant scene in Bristol, don't let that stop you enjoying a night out. Small Bar is an independent spot on King Street that serves local beer in an intimate, informal setting.
One of the most picturesque venues in Bristol, The Milk Thistle will sweep you off your feet with emerald green walls, vintage furniture and shed-loads of candles. Allow yourself to fall deeper in love this Valentine's Day as you work through their renowned cocktail list.