Canon's Marsh is part of Bristol's Harbourside and is now a vibrant and unique part of the city with something to offer everyone. With restaurants, cafes and bars, it is the perfect place to meet up with friends and relax while taking in the peaceful waterside vista or for partying late into the night.
Wetherspoon is a large UK chain of pubs and bars which offer reasonably priced food and drinks in often unique buildings with historical interest.
Under the Stars is a boat that rocks! The unique floating venue in Bristol’s buzzing harbourside is a great place to chill or party, with top notch tapas to munch and all your favourite drinks to enjoy.
Now part of Butcombe Brewery, the Ostrich Inn is located on Bristol's floating harbour. Built around 1745 it is full of charming character and history. It is also well known for having the largest outdoor seating area in the city as well as their own smugglers cave!
Located on the Harbourside, Za Za Bazaar is not only the largest restaurant in Bristol, it's the biggest in the UK! It's a fixed price buffet dining restaurant with a variety of global cuisine and live cooking stations.
This is a historic pub in the city centre dating from 1664. A trow was a flat-bottomed barge, and Llandogo is a village on the River Wye in south Wales, where trows were once built. Trows historically sailed to trade in Bristol.
Lloyds No 1 is a part of the Wetherspoon chain of bars but they stay open later in the night and usually have a DJ with small dance floor too. As such they tend to have a more clubby feel, rather than a traditional pub.
Village life wouldn't be the same without these unique country inns and beautifully restored village pubs. Welcoming, comfortable and often built around original features and a roaring fire, there's nowhere better to enjoy quality real ales and fresh seasonal food.
Brewhouse and Kitchen is a bit different from your traditional pub – they brew their own, unique craft beers on-site in their own microbrewery. As well as matching every dish on the menu to a style of beer they also love cooking with beer - so be sure to keep an eye out for recipes that make use of the beers they brew!
Situated beside a deeply running river Avon below a steeply wooded bank, Beese’s is a haven of tranquility where generations of city dwellers have put the cares of the city behind them. Open annually between Good Friday and mid September on certain days only.