IF IT’S JUST A QUIET PINT YOU SEEK, THEN WE’VE GOT THE PERFECT PLACES FOR YOU.
Leveret Cask-House, North Street
Compact and cosy pub where there are no food menus to get in the way of the important business of enjoying something cool in your glass. Check out their guest ales for some enticing options and make sure to cast a glance over their extensive whiskey menu.
The Masonic, North Street
The best three words to describe this North Street institution is; A PROPER PUB! If yours is a pint of best bitter and a whip-cracking cheese and onion roll, then The Masonic is the place for you… Oh, and there’s also a skittle alley in the back!
The Assembly, East Street
This hugely popular East Street watering hole is the place to sit back with a nice pint of Bombadier and enjoy the vast array of sport on offer.
The Coopers Arms, Ashton Road
This Victorian pub just opposite Ashton Park is often frequented by Bristol City’s home fans. When the sun is out, The Coopers Arms beer garden is a real sun-trap and with great range of real ales and ciders, you’ll be spoiled for choice
The Windmill, Windmill Hill
Just across the road from Bedminster Station is the perfect pub for relaxing in front of a log fire. The Windmill Hill locals love this place, which usually has a shaggy dog or two slumbering by the bar - but why should they have it to themselves?
Coronation, Dean Lane
Known locally as the 'Corrie' this laid-back traditional local in a residential area on the outskirts of Bedminster is simply furnished with stripped wooden tables at one end. Real ales and traditional cider, as well as occasional jazz and blues nights and a Monday Quiz makes this local a hit.