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Forest fan here in peace. Me and some mates are travelling down (or up in my case) to Bristol for the weekend of the 22nd November for our game. Get there Friday night leave Sunday morning. Think we're at the Holiday Inn, according to Google Maps it's not exactly close to Ashton Gate but we could end up walking there anyway and taking in a few pubs. I doubt we'd have colours on or even show in any way we're Forest fans, in fact of our group of 6 only two of us are what you might describe as 'regular' Forest supporters and one doesn't even like football, it's more just a reason to meet up as Bristol is almost equidistant to us. 

Anyway, which pubs would you recommend? Also we'll obviously be taking in the sights and sounds of the city on Friday and Saturday night as well. Any recommendations on that front? I have never been to Bristol so have absolutely no idea about areas. Is is a spread out city which would need us to decide on an area and stick to it or like Nottingham where virtually everything nightlife-wise is in a square mile? For a bit of info we're all early thirties, some single some not and would probably draw the lines at dance or drum and bass clubs but everything else is fair game. 

Thanks in advance

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any of the bars in central/harbourside on Friday night will be good.

would recommend some more traditional boozers on Saturday on the walk to the Gate. The Bear Hotwells, Nova Scotia, Rose of Denmark, Bristol Beer Factory, Hen and Chicken, Steam Crane (all a bit far apart and not in that order) any of those would be good.

 

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For something a little different and very Bristol on your night out before the game I'd recommend The Old Duke, just off Queen Square. It's a cracking old pub, not huge, but a great crowd. They have upbeat modern jazz/blues type bands live on most Friday and Saturday nights. Great for a part of a night, maybe before you head to the more mass-appeal type places on Corn Street or Park Street.

http://www.theoldduke.co.uk/index.htm

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4 hours ago, SW_NFFC said:

Forest fan here in peace. Me and some mates are travelling down (or up in my case) to Bristol for the weekend of the 22nd November for our game. Get there Friday night leave Sunday morning. Think we're at the Holiday Inn, according to Google Maps it's not exactly close to Ashton Gate but we could end up walking there anyway and taking in a few pubs. I doubt we'd have colours on or even show in any way we're Forest fans, in fact of our group of 6 only two of us are what you might describe as 'regular' Forest supporters and one doesn't even like football, it's more just a reason to meet up as Bristol is almost equidistant to us. 

 

Chose the right club, then !:P

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4 hours ago, SW_NFFC said:

I doubt we'd have colours on or even show in any way we're Forest fans, in fact of our group of 6 only two of us are what you might describe as 'regular' Forest supporters and one doesn't even like football

Shame the gas aren't home that weekend too then, he'd have been in his element 

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A pub crawl down Gloucester Road on Friday night is very good ending up in the Blue Lagoon.  Start at the Royal Oak. Pretty much every pub on the way to Blue lagoon is good other than The Anchor

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Try plenty of different ciders on the Apple, near the Old Duke at the end of King Street. 

All of the trendy bars are either in Corn Street (Walkabout, Slug and Lettuce, massive 'spoons Commercial Rooms)

or on the Waterfront (Pitcher & Piano, Bar BSB, Lloyds)

If you like to stuff your face you must try Za Za Bazaar, all you can eat world food buffet style restaurant, seats over 1,000.

Avoid Ashton Gate pubs on matchday, all home fans only.

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Hope you’ll have a great weekend apart from the football! For drinking on a evening I’d recommend King Street, something for everyone; craft beer, proper pubs, a cider boat, a burger boat, he’ll even the Bristol old box foyer is ok for a pint. There’s a curry house and an old school pizzeria and a more chilled vibe to the waterfront if that’s what you’re after. Match day pubs, of dry I’d recommend the orchard or the Nova Scotia, if wet the tobacco factory it the spotted cow. 

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You could do a cider themed pub crawl,start in the Long Bar in old market(if you dare),on to the Apple boat on Welsh Back,on to the Apple in Bedminster (if you dare),then on to the Stable in Wapping Wharf,then on to the Orchard near the SS Great Britain,ending up in the Nova Scotia for a pint of Thatchers,you might not see much of the game though,it’ll all be a bit blurry.

 

 

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Agree with most of the above. King St is a great night. Plenty of bars and food including The Apple cider boat and Three Brothers burger boat at the end of King St on Welsh Back. Most of the stuff that way is smaller independent businesses. 

If you are more mainstream then the Harbourside/waterfront is always good for a night including all the usual suspects.

Match day, there are 2 main routes to the ground which can be pub crawls. First:

Pitcher and Piano (breakfast from 10am

Slug and Lettuce

Grain Barge

Mardyke

Pump House

Nova Scotia, and then a 20 minute walk to the ground.

Other route through Bedminster will take you past a lot of Home fan only pubs but the ones below I've definitely seen away fans in.

Wild Beer Company

Coronation (Dean lane)

Steam Crane

North St Standard

Tobacco Factory

Bristol Beer Factory

Sunday, if you are still here for a roast then the Coronation on Dean Lane, or Number One Harbourside are both cracking.

Enjoy your weekend here.

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If, before the match on Saturday lunch time, you fancy a small traditional pub that sells good beer  try the Merchants Arms on Hotwells Road.  Maybe a bit far to walk from your hotel, so get a taxi. Easy walk from there to the ground. There are no problems with sensible away fans there. (Often get a few away fans) 

https://m.facebook.com/MerchantsArmsPubHotwells/?locale2=en_GB#!/MerchantsArmsPubHotwells/reviews

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4 minutes ago, pongo88 said:

If, before the match on Saturday lunch time, you fancy a small traditional pub that sells good beer  try the Merchants Arms on Hotwells Road.  Maybe a bit far to walk from your hotel, so get a taxi. Easy walk from there to the ground. There are no problems with sensible away fans there. (Often get a few away fans) 

https://m.facebook.com/MerchantsArmsPubHotwells/?locale2=en_GB#!/MerchantsArmsPubHotwells/reviews

Good boozer.

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Bit of advice particularly for when you are on your way to the ground, do not say to any locals 'I have no idea about areas' as you do in your post, instead say ' I have no ideal about aerials' you will then be accepted as Bristolian born and bred.

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46 minutes ago, pongo88 said:

If, before the match on Saturday lunch time, you fancy a small traditional pub that sells good beer  try the Merchants Arms on Hotwells Road.  Maybe a bit far to walk from your hotel, so get a taxi. Easy walk from there to the ground. There are no problems with sensible away fans there. (Often get a few away fans) 

https://m.facebook.com/MerchantsArmsPubHotwells/?locale2=en_GB#!/MerchantsArmsPubHotwells/reviews

My Grandad could often be found in the Merchant’s Arms on a match day . 
 

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Spoilt for choice but you could do worse than start off at Wapping Wharf where the Wild Beer brewery has a nice bar and there are lots of great eating places in the same area - not sure what time they stop serving food?, best to Google ‘’Wapping Wharf Bristol’ for detailed info. 

They do have a ‘silent disco’ on an evening which is really funny to watch from the sidelines!

From there you could make your way across the bridge into Prince St and onto the endless bars in King St of which I think the Beer Emporium is the best choice of beers. Great atmosphere just down the road by the Old Duke (previously mentioned) where everyone just sits outside enjoying the vibe.  

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7 hours ago, SW_NFFC said:

Forest fan here in peace. Me and some mates are travelling down (or up in my case) to Bristol for the weekend of the 22nd November for our game. Get there Friday night leave Sunday morning. Think we're at the Holiday Inn, according to Google Maps it's not exactly close to Ashton Gate but we could end up walking there anyway and taking in a few pubs. I doubt we'd have colours on or even show in any way we're Forest fans, in fact of our group of 6 only two of us are what you might describe as 'regular' Forest supporters and one doesn't even like football, it's more just a reason to meet up as Bristol is almost equidistant to us. 

Anyway, which pubs would you recommend? Also we'll obviously be taking in the sights and sounds of the city on Friday and Saturday night as well. Any recommendations on that front? I have never been to Bristol so have absolutely no idea about areas. Is is a spread out city which would need us to decide on an area and stick to it or like Nottingham where virtually everything nightlife-wise is in a square mile? For a bit of info we're all early thirties, some single some not and would probably draw the lines at dance or drum and bass clubs but everything else is fair game. 

Thanks in advance

Given your location at the Holiday Inn I'd go and check out Stokes Croft first. A fiercely independent neighbourhood with lots of cool bars and pubs. Also home of the Bristol graffiti scene with orginal Banksys etc on display. It's edgy but in a good way, you're unlikely to get into trouble. Some good places include The Canteen, Pipe and Slippers, The Full Moon, No.51, The Love Inn and late night venue Bootlegger. Loads of good places to eat too.

If I was showcasing Bristol to someone then I'd definitely take them to King Street. You could easily spend an entire evening here. The legendary Old Duke jazz pub has already been mentioned. You've also got the Beer Emporium (underground cellar bar), King William, Small Bar, Kongs, King St Brewhouse...even the Old Vic theatre has an amazing setting for a pint, just pop in and take a seat. King St is big on craft beer/ales if that's your thing.

The centre, Park St and the Waterfront are a bit more mainstream shall we say and so there's plenty of big generic bars and pubs. There are some good ones though like Under the Stars (bar on a boat), No.1 Harbourside, Left Handed Giant, The Rummer, and my choice for a late night haunt in the centre would be Mr Wolfs open until 4am Fri and Sat.

Hope this helps and enjoy!

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1 hour ago, Major Isewater said:

My Grandad could often be found in the Merchant’s Arms on a match day . 
 

:blush:

If it was good enough for a senior  Isewater then it should be good enough for anybody 

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1 hour ago, swampy said:

"Home fan only pubs"

That is a sad indictment of football ...  

I've said it before, and I'll say it again... Why the f**k do you still post on here when you clearly hate modern football and are much happier feeling superior to us all while watching rugby and non-league football?

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43 minutes ago, Kid in the Riot said:

Some good places include The Canteen, Pipe and Slippers, The Full Moon, No.51, The Love Inn and late night venue Bootlegger. Loads of good places to eat too.

Don't forget 'turbo island.'.....

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56 minutes ago, elhombrecito said:

I've said it before, and I'll say it again... Why the **** do you still post on here when you clearly hate modern football and are much happier feeling superior to us all while watching rugby and non-league football?

It's every single bloody time he posts too.

It's almost like he's being held here against his will, forming a strange psychological bond with his City supporting enemies. Let's call it Stockwood Syndrome.

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5 hours ago, NOTBLUE said:

You could do a cider themed pub crawl,start in the Long Bar in old market(if you dare),on to the Apple boat on Welsh Back,on to the Apple in Bedminster (if you dare),then on to the Stable in Wapping Wharf,then on to the Orchard near the SS Great Britain,ending up in the Nova Scotia for a pint of Thatchers,you might not see much of the game though,it’ll all be a bit blurry.

 

 

They haven't got a bouncer on the door, but they do have a dentist checking teeth, and if you have more than 3 teeth then you won't get in. If you do manage to get in, and don't get stuck to the floor, then wipe your feet on the way out.

Another pub which is good is called Horts which isn't too far away from the Crown Court (if you get nicked at least you'll know where it is)

Safe trip and we'll look forward to taking the 3 points :laugh: even though you're a tough team to beat.

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3 hours ago, elhombrecito said:

I've said it before, and I'll say it again... Why the **** do you still post on here when you clearly hate modern football and are much happier feeling superior to us all while watching rugby and non-league football?

I think he’s that Redeye geezer that used to accuse all football fans of being alcoholics.

 

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20 hours ago, SW_NFFC said:

Forest fan here in peace. Me and some mates are travelling down (or up in my case) to Bristol for the weekend of the 22nd November for our game. Get there Friday night leave Sunday morning. Think we're at the Holiday Inn, according to Google Maps it's not exactly close to Ashton Gate but we could end up walking there anyway and taking in a few pubs. I doubt we'd have colours on or even show in any way we're Forest fans, in fact of our group of 6 only two of us are what you might describe as 'regular' Forest supporters and one doesn't even like football, it's more just a reason to meet up as Bristol is almost equidistant to us. 

Anyway, which pubs would you recommend? Also we'll obviously be taking in the sights and sounds of the city on Friday and Saturday night as well. Any recommendations on that front? I have never been to Bristol so have absolutely no idea about areas. Is is a spread out city which would need us to decide on an area and stick to it or like Nottingham where virtually everything nightlife-wise is in a square mile? For a bit of info we're all early thirties, some single some not and would probably draw the lines at dance or drum and bass clubs but everything else is fair game. 

Thanks in advance

For food, if you are out on the drink but yet want a sit down meal I'd recommend All In One- mix of UK and Greek/Cypriot cuisine, is a bar that does sit down meals and open until 1.30am, 2am something like that or last time I went, Bombay Boulevard- which is down a bit of a side street named Denmark Street, does quite a wide range of curries, especially vegetarian ones and is open until 2am, 3am on weekends- Cobra and Kingfisher too- key selling point of those 2 is their opening times for sit down meals. Though in the case of the latter it says 11pm on google hours but like I say last time I went it was more like 2 or 3am- those Google hours not so reliable!

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Whatever else you do, do not miss the chance of sampling a Clark`s pie from the van you will walk past on your way to the ground.

If you do, let us know what you think is in it - none of us have any idea!

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Thanks for all the replies to this! 

I think I've put together a reasonable pub crawl based on your comments and google maps...

 

Walk from hotel to Bear Hot Wells/Rose of Denmark for one
Merchants arms
Pump House (although the pictures suggest it's more of a fancy restaurant than a pub?)
Nova Scotia
Bristol Beer Factory

Then onto Ashton Gate. 

Either that or we'll just stay in the pub which will be a lot more exciting than our football has been recently...

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22 minutes ago, SW_NFFC said:

Thanks for all the replies to this! 

I think I've put together a reasonable pub crawl based on your comments and google maps...

 

Walk from hotel to Bear Hot Wells/Rose of Denmark for one
Merchants arms
Pump House (although the pictures suggest it's more of a fancy restaurant than a pub?)
Nova Scotia
Bristol Beer Factory

Then onto Ashton Gate. 

Either that or we'll just stay in the pub which will be a lot more exciting than our football has been recently...

You really should try The Long Bar in Old Market and tha Apple Tree in Bedminster,just to see how the other half lives,and I don’t mean the rich half.

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41 minutes ago, SW_NFFC said:

Thanks for all the replies to this! 

I think I've put together a reasonable pub crawl based on your comments and google maps...

 

Walk from hotel to Bear Hot Wells/Rose of Denmark for one
Merchants arms
Pump House (although the pictures suggest it's more of a fancy restaurant than a pub?)  It is a "gastro pub", it does have a lot of gins though, if that is your thing
Nova Scotia
Bristol Beer Factory

Then onto Ashton Gate. 

Either that or we'll just stay in the pub which will be a lot more exciting than our football has been recently...

 

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On 15/10/2019 at 11:50, SW_NFFC said:

Forest fan here in peace. Me and some mates are travelling down (or up in my case) to Bristol for the weekend of the 22nd November for our game. Get there Friday night leave Sunday morning. Think we're at the Holiday Inn, according to Google Maps it's not exactly close to Ashton Gate but we could end up walking there anyway and taking in a few pubs. I doubt we'd have colours on or even show in any way we're Forest fans, in fact of our group of 6 only two of us are what you might describe as 'regular' Forest supporters and one doesn't even like football, it's more just a reason to meet up as Bristol is almost equidistant to us. 

Anyway, which pubs would you recommend? Also we'll obviously be taking in the sights and sounds of the city on Friday and Saturday night as well. Any recommendations on that front? I have never been to Bristol so have absolutely no idea about areas. Is is a spread out city which would need us to decide on an area and stick to it or like Nottingham where virtually everything nightlife-wise is in a square mile? For a bit of info we're all early thirties, some single some not and would probably draw the lines at dance or drum and bass clubs but everything else is fair game. 

Thanks in advance

This is more for the night before or after the game (as other suggestions are great for pre game) but I’d head over to Left Handed Giant for a few beers by the river in a very unique setting, they brew all the beer on site: http://www.lhgbrewpub.com/

Then take a 5 min walk over to King Street where you can take in The Apple for some Cider:
 
Then head down King Street to Kongs for some old school arcade action with more beers!
 
Then if you want to get even more trendy, there are a couple of secret bars off the centre (The Milk Thistle is nice) but I quite like Red Light (which is near the bottom of park street) where you have to ring the pay phone in the door way and a secret door in the phone booth opens to let you In!  https://www.google.com/search?q=red%20light%20bristol&tbm=
 
After that you are on your own!  Enjoy
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On 15/10/2019 at 19:37, elhombrecito said:

I've said it before, and I'll say it again... Why the **** do you still post on here when you clearly hate modern football and are much happier feeling superior to us all while watching rugby and non-league football?

More to the point, why is he even allowed to post here. I get the fact you don't want to ban people for the odd post but this idiot is at it every single post. 

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On 15/10/2019 at 19:37, elhombrecito said:

I've said it before, and I'll say it again... Why the **** do you still post on here when you clearly hate modern football and are much happier feeling superior to us all while watching rugby and non-league football?

He wont answer, I am still awaiting his answer to my queries regarding the hypocrisy and contradiction in previous posts. I am beginning to think he is a "bot". 

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It depends what you drink, but if you're interested in real ale or ciders then it had to be King St on the Friday night. William Ale House, Naval Volunteer, Bristol Beer Emprium and the Old Duke are all great pubs. If you want to go a little further, by coming out of the Old Duke turn left and left again cross Bristol Bridge and turn right onto Victoria St. Take a slight right off Victoria St and before the Fleece music venue you will see a pub called the Seven Stars, one of the best Real ale pubs in Bristol. In the same area on the other side of Victoria St are the Shakespeare and King's Head, and around the corner from the latter tucked into a corner is the wonderful Cornubia. That lot should keep you busy. 

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On 16/10/2019 at 19:57, Lanterne Rouge said:

Whatever else you do, do not miss the chance of sampling a Clark`s pie from the van you will walk past on your way to the ground.

If you do, let us know what you think is in it - none of us have any idea!

Only Sweeney Todd knows the recipe 

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New Bristol Brewery is a few minutes walk from your hotel - Wilson Street - opens Friday nights from 5 til 9

Like Left Handed Giant as suggested above, all brewed on site and sold in their little bar

Great place and it’s my cousin and his wife’s business 😀

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3 hours ago, SW_NFFC said:

Thanks for all the replies to this! 

I think I've put together a reasonable pub crawl based on your comments and google maps...

 

Walk from hotel to Bear Hot Wells/Rose of Denmark for one
Merchants arms
Pump House (although the pictures suggest it's more of a fancy restaurant than a pub?)
Nova Scotia
Bristol Beer Factory

Then onto Ashton Gate. 

Either that or we'll just stay in the pub which will be a lot more exciting than our football has been recently...

Pump House has always been a bit more food orientated. It's at the other end of the spectrum from the Bear or Merchants - if the weather is good then a pint out the front on the water is beaut, otherwise unless you want lunch you're likely best skipping it out in my opinion.

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4 hours ago, RoystonFoote'snephew said:

It depends what you drink, but if you're interested in real ale or ciders then it had to be King St on the Friday night. William Ale House, Naval Volunteer, Bristol Beer Emprium and the Old Duke are all great pubs. If you want to go a little further, by coming out of the Old Duke turn left and left again cross Bristol Bridge and turn right onto Victoria St. Take a slight right off Victoria St and before the Fleece music venue you will see a pub called the Seven Stars, one of the best Real ale pubs in Bristol. In the same area on the other side of Victoria St are the Shakespeare and King's Head, and around the corner from the latter tucked into a corner is the wonderful Cornubia. That lot should keep you busy. 

Good luck finding The Cornubia.I have lived in Bristol all my life and I still only find it if I am lucky!

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On 15/10/2019 at 16:22, myol'man said:

Try plenty of different ciders on the Apple, near the Old Duke at the end of King Street. 

All of the trendy bars are either in Corn Street (Walkabout, Slug and Lettuce, massive 'spoons Commercial Rooms)

or on the Waterfront (Pitcher & Piano, Bar BSB, Lloyds)

If you like to stuff your face you must try Za Za Bazaar, all you can eat world food buffet style restaurant, seats over 1,000.

Avoid Ashton Gate pubs on matchday, all home fans only.

Summed up pretty good sid

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13 minutes ago, Slacker said:

Good luck finding The Cornubia.I have lived in Bristol all my life and I still only find it if I am lucky!

My office backs onto it, never knew it was there until then!  If you walk over the S shape castle bridge (away from Castle Park), go past the Left Hand Giant and straight on you will walk past the Cornubia, easy peasy!

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Bristol is a terrific City and as others have said lots of pubs/clubs to try out.

Other away fans who have commented on here all seem to like the Mardyke pub on Hotwells Rd - pretty close to AG.  It’s a lively place with very reasonably price beer and cider. Well worth a visit.

If any of you like a curry there are two very decent Indian restaurants also in Hotwells Rd. the Raj Bari and just a short walk further down the Ramassay - both excellent eating places, Highly recommended!

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@SW_NFFC - you should be on your travels to various recommended pubs by now. If, by any chance, you have time to give everyone an update on your adventures please do. Perhaps you could review each pub in the same way that players are after a match. Good luck today. By that I mean I hope City only score 5 goals in an exciting match 

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On ‎24‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 16:20, Tinmans Love Child said:

This is more for the night before or after the game (as other suggestions are great for pre game) but I’d head over to Left Handed Giant for a few beers by the river in a very unique setting, they brew all the beer on site: http://www.lhgbrewpub.com/

Then take a 5 min walk over to King Street where you can take in The Apple for some Cider:
 
Then head down King Street to Kongs for some old school arcade action with more beers!
 
Then if you want to get even more trendy, there are a couple of secret bars off the centre (The Milk Thistle is nice) but I quite like Red Light (which is near the bottom of park street) where you have to ring the pay phone in the door way and a secret door in the phone booth opens to let you In!  https://www.google.com/search?q=red%20light%20bristol&tbm=
 
After that you are on your own!  Enjoy

Now not so secret!

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