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Top 5 New Clubs, Bars and Drinking Spots in Bristol

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Wiper and True

The long-reaching after-affects of the pandemic cast many bars and drinking holes into ruin. However, with fresh investment and a population keen on socialising, Bristol’s drinking scene - from all-out glamour clubs to casual pints is returning!

Tonight Josephine

28 Baldwin Street, Bristol, BS1 1NG

Is pink and green your kind of thing? Do you revel in worlds of neon? Then head on down to Tonight Josephine where you will find these things in oodles. Situated on Baldwin Street, this cocktail bar embraces the fun with drinks like Starburst Boogie, Peach Pie and Hot AF (which, be warned involves chillis). 


Blame Gloria

22 Small Street, Bristol, BS1 1DW

With two London clubs already under its belt, Blame Gloria opened in the summer in the former Timbuk2 nightclub and describes its offering as ‘eccentric and opulent’. With interiors borrowed from the 80s and designed for maximum impact, this is not one for staunch minimalists. With space for up to 400 revelers, this isn't one to miss.


Harbour Hub

Harbour Hub, 1-3 Lower Ground Floor, Purifier house, Lime Kiln Rd, BS1 5AU

After something a little more relaxed? Somewhere you could find yourself sitting outside eating some small plates alongside something cold? Opened in the Spoke and Stringer site, give Harbour Hub a go. With a relaxed vibe that is informed by their pina colada slushies and modern decor, why not round out the evening with a stroll round the water.


Brewdog Bristol Harbourside

Units 1 & K1, Building 11, Millennium Promenade, BD1 5TY

Brewdog’s global domination continues with the opening of their second Bristol site (the first of which opened ten years ago!), this time situated in Millennium Promenade. When it comes to Brewdog, you already know what to expect, with a vast selection of delicious beers and cider catering for all tastes. A swift take-away service is available for those opting to drink at home.


Wiper and True Taproom, Old Market

Units 11-15, City Business Park, St Jude's, Bristol BS5 0SP

Bristol's craft affecionados Wiper and True opened a new taproom in Old Market in July 2022 and since them, it has defined itself as something of a community space. With extensive foliage and airy interiors, fresh pints, Bristol-made spirits, and dumplings from Eatchu, it’s a seriously enticing offering.


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