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57 Pubs and Bars found in or around St Nicholas Market Bristol

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The Apple

Apples are great - you can put them in pies, they make great computers, they keep the doctor away and, crucially, you can make them into refreshing brews. And here at the Apple it's that last point that's celebrated - and...

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0.18mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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The King William Ale House

We had just made the comment that we hadn't seen many Sam Smith's pubs in Bristol (like none) when we stumbled onto this one. And a lovely pub it is too. The interior is probably what you would expect from one of their pubs,...

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0.20mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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King's Head

We'd not been to Bristol city centre for a decade or so and, on visiting it recently, were alarmed to find it to be a vast building site - millions of square feet of office space and hundreds of urban apartments being...

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0.31mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Famous Royal Naval Volunteer

This pub in a listed 17th century building in the heart of Bristol. Friendly staff, regularly rotating guest beers on the five hand pumps, makes this a good place to go if you're in the area. Combine this with a folk night...

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0.20mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Bunch of Grapes

Hidden down a narrow and twisty street, this is another pub that's deceptive - it seems to go on for a long way. It's a decent pub far enough off the beaten track that you have to know it's there, which makes a difference. It...

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0.25mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Bridge Inn

This tiny local on the edge of central Bristol has a thing about music - old (and fairly eclectic: ranging from Jesus Jones to Uriah Heep) album covers in frames adorn the walls, and there's an almost retro stereo system next...

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0.31mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Walkabout Inn

We know what you're thinking, a Walkabout with rooms!?!? Well, it's true - this one is a hotel as well as a cavernous Aussie bar. We didn't believe it either. The bar itself is nothing special - if you've been to a Walkabout...

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0.02mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Old Duke

The Old Duke is an extremely irritating pub - it should be great, but it isn't. It almost has it all, there's a great range of beer and cider on the hand pumps, frequent live jazz sessions, a shabby cool interior, friendly...

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0.17mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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The Llandoger Trow

The Llandoger Trow is a striking, old, vast, half-timbered pub in the historic centre of Bristol. Taking it's name from a type of boat once built not too far away, the Llandoger Trow dates from the 1660's. It looks like a...

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0.17mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Commercial Rooms

The Commercial Rooms is a typical Wetherspoon establishment - yet another huge Victorian commercial building, converted to serve (decent, it must be said) cheap booze and instant pub grub to the masses. Often these conversions...

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0.03mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 1 - Click for an explanation of our ratings

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