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It was a Sunday evening in early September and it was time for a timewarp, delivered through the medium of the Seven Stars.
The pub's own excellent website has very good information on the history, as does Wikipedia, such is the significance of the pub,...More
Looked in at the Seven Stars as it is the closest pub to the Fleece (next door). I'm sure it has historical significance but it is really little more than a smelly, dingy drinkers pub which would probably be really quiet if it wasn't for...More
I popped in here last week before going to a gig next door at The Fleece. The Seven Stars is a great little pub with an excellent selection of local real ales. The bar isn't huge so I expect it can get busy at times....More
Perfect staging post for the Fleece which is right next door. Must be one of Bristol's oldest pubs. This is not a big place and often gets rammed over the weekend. Staff friendly, good choice of ale, plus it has a pool table. Fine for...More
My first trip to the Fleece and also the Seven Stars. This is an old pub on a cobbled street and stepping inside didn't take much to imagine what it was like 'back in the day'.
The beer was good and we passed the time...More
Nice little pub who were happy to make me a shandy. A lot of history here but to crowded for a proper look round.
My only complaint here is the toilets, just one so queues can get quite long.
Nice to sit outside here too
Hi TopGun - No they do serve food other than the normal crisps and nuts etc - I usually go at around lunchtime and they are happy for you to go to nearby cafes and sandwich shops (of which there are a number) and bring back... More
Hi TopGun - No they do serve food other than the normal crisps and nuts etc - I usually go at around lunchtime and they are happy for you to go to nearby cafes and sandwich shops (of which there are a number) and bring back or take to the pub and enjoy with your pint - all rather civilised - ON ON