A night out in Clifton is not complete without paying a visit to the world-famous The Coronation Tap. The only bar in Clifton to merit its own terminology, getting ‘corried’ is the way to have a fantastic night out while knocking back a few drinks at the oldest, and only, cider house in Bristol. Their large selection of ciders are served in half-pints only and the lively atmosphere guarantees entertainment into the late hours of the night. Also a live music venue, The Coronation Tap is a frequent haunt for Bristol’s students and Clifton visitors.
8 Sion Place, Clifton, City of Bristol, UK, +44 117 973 9617
Amoeba’s venue offers a snug place to kick back and drink a beer in the heated and covered back garden area or the cosy candlelit interior. Specialising in craft beer, Amoeba has over 70 craft beers from around the globe to choose from, and its menu encourages creative choices of drink. Off the beaten track Amoeba is tucked away down one of the notorious hidden back-roads of Clifton. Weekend DJ’s and lavish decorations secure Amoeba as one of the best bars in Clifton.
10 King’s Rd, Bristol, City of Bristol, UK +44 117 946 6461
Her Majesty’s Secret Service has gained recognition at the Bristol Cocktail Week for having the best atmosphere. Its unique wartime theme explores secret intelligence gatherings and espionage through dark oakwood furniture and a portrait of Winston Churchill. Fiery and complex cocktails adorn the pages of a passport-style menu.
Whiteladies Gate, Whiteladies Road, Bristol, +44 808 227662