This theatre/pub is certainly an unusual night out but, nevertheless, a good one. You can attend and be entertained by various comedians and dazzling magicians. The bar has lots of drinks and, more specifically, cocktails to choose from. You can also book experiences here: bartenders will teach you how make swish cocktails to impress your friends whilst the magicians can show you how to perform a few magic tricks (as long as you don’t reveal their secrets). Throughout the week, there are other events too including live music and burlesque performances.
A lot of Bristol tourist information promises a great night out and various bars and late-night attractions have been awarded the Purple Flag Status so it must be true, right? But where is all this stuff, exactly?
The best place to start is the Bristol Habourside, this is where a lot of bars and restaurants reside in close proximity to each other. There are also lots of daytime attractions here too so you could spend a lot of time in this one section of the city.
Lets be more specific now with some interesting and unique bars (you can get a pint or a G&T anywhere after all).
The Clockwork Rose is a steampunk themed cocktail bar. You can dress up and play the part or simply take in the décor and have a drink in a funky little receptacle (skull, jam jar, tea cup- its up you really).
Hyde and Co. is a speakeasy themed bar. Dark with mood lighting, old style leather furniture and booths, lots of vintage lamp shades- the ambiance is off the scale. Try and enjoy classic prohibition cocktails and cocktails.