Get here early as gets busy. Owners Jason Mead and Nathan Lee also run The Ox, Milk Thistle see below for both , Pata Negra and have a fifth bar, Bambalan, opening later in the year. Halloween is always recommended 43. But this place is becoming increasingly popular with locals trying desperately to keep Austin decidedly weird. It's up to you to find the one that actually opens into the bar, all while a dude in a bowler hat watches you. The grandest of which is the main theatre, its semi-circular formation with a central stage — all the surfaces painted black with a pop of red from the rows of seating — create a dramatic venue.
The drinks he made and we got to make were delicious. The Bootlegger has the unique distinction of being a speakeasy-style bar in Bristol that isn't hidden behind a doorbell or a payphone. Go this secret little place called Day 5 — it's all good. But most great speakeasies have a little cheese to complement their delicious bathtub gin. This alone is worth the crippling jet lag.
Get one of the finest steaks in Bristol at The Ox. He doesn't want to share, but he has to. Bring some regency elegance to your event, plus look at mummies, dinosaurs, taxidermy and breath-taking artwork as you mingle with some champagne and canapés in this voluminous and atmospheric space. The cozy bar is soaked in gaudy neon lighting and often filled with local Chicago jazz bands. What it lacks in the food and toilet stakes it more than makes up for with its selection of ales and atmospheric beer garden. May their passwords be ever-changing and their phone numbers be forever unlisted. The venue can cater from 20 to 130 guests.
We recommend booking in advance so please contact our team for availability. Water is never an ingredient so beware their zombie cocktail. You can apply for membership at the Old Chicago Inn, which houses this speakeasy. Ring the doorbell and wait to be led in through the dark velvet curtain by the dapper bartend. The braces are sported in a dashing shade of red by the bartenders, while the bourbon is just there to be drunk. Service great - friendly and attentive. Formally the Industrial Museum, this world-class cultural landmark opened in June 2011, with exhibits exploring life and work in the city.
The original Bristol speakeasy bar, which you have to ring a doorbell to gain access to, is rather out on a limb — especially with plenty of cocky young upstarts now opening nearer the centre of town. Go to one of the many this season Less than 300 tickets left for Defected In The House on the 14th Nov… — In:Motion BristolInMotion 42. But good news for visitors: You're also entitled to entry just by booking a room at the hotel. As you would imagine we get booked up so if you are unable to keep to your booked please call ahead as we will only hold your table for 15 minutes before releasing. Just setback from the bustle of Park St, and split over two floors with a mezzanine level and great outside space, this is a fitting choice for those preferring not to venture to a nightclub. My partner and I really enjoyed our experience there.
A striking space for a drinks reception and entertainment. Also if you visit all three places in the same night, the third being Hyde and Co you get your round of drinks at the last place you visit free! It has a range of state-of-the-art conference facilities, coupled with unusual spaces for drinks receptions, breakout spaces and networking; such as under its hull in the dry dock. If you enjoyed this please come and follow us on Instagram and tag your Bristol street art pics with our hashtag. The Berlin-esque one: Hausbar This dark, seductive, Berlin-inspired bar can be found in an unexpected location: hidden away below an Indian restaurant at the top of Whiteladies Rd. And if you find yourself in la Reina del Plata, you should probably roll through, too. Eat a horse burger from M. Not sure what will happen if you buzz Col.
Set the scene with the spectacular architectural lighting of columns and altar, sound and projection facilities, plus optional ceiling drapes. Red Light advertises its presence on Union Street by, well, a red light, emanating from a graffiti covered doorway. Belgian beers are celebrated every Wednesday, with 10% off and 250 bottles from which to choose. Privileged to have this on our wall — The Old Bookshop theoldbookshop 44. Have your say below , on Twitter with wow247 or on our.
Found on a corner of the Wells Road, The Office is laid-back and minimalist, with exposed brickwork, decently priced cocktails, and a reputation for excellent bar food. This relatively new speakeasy it opened its stall doors for business in January 2015 is the baby of , one of the most well-known spirit makers in the world. With a cozy room decorated with spotlights and low ceilings, the whole affair makes you feel like you are a part of an underground splinter group planning a government coup. Just loads of bloody bagels from Bagel Boy. It looks more like an antique shop for the mentally ill.
Grab a Flat White from The piccolosaurus stalks its natural enemy the guest flat white — Small St. Yes, it's a hidden bar inside the hidden bars. Do some yoga, and at — Welshback 23. The decor was really authentic and the room we had use of had large leather sofas, stained glass windows and lots of interesting things to look at. But despite no longer being unique, Hausbar retains what has always made its name as a venue for discerning drinkers.