We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I love this little pub. It's central but not too much, they serve yummy food at lunch and now in the evening as well. Every now and then they bring in new beers so you have the opportunity to try new ones on a regular...More
Visiting Bristol with a friend and this was the nearest pub to our hotel. I mean we walked in and was like - OH!? It's very small - however after being there for a little while it really has some charm. Decent selection at the...More
Great little Bristol boozer. As pubs go it certainly is one of the smallest, but there are benches and tables outside (in the street - not a beer garden) and on a hot sunny lunchtime these proved very popular; had this been an inclement day...More
This is a great little pub; "little" being the appropriate word! I stumbled across it during an overnight stay in Bristol and would thoroughly recommend it. I visited on Sunday afternoon and was told that all the beers are £3 a pint on Sundays. There...More
In the summer it's great to sit outside with your pint in the sunshine. In the winter you might struggle to get a table but if you do it's a good place to visit. I've been twice recently and both times was able to get...More
The Bridge Inn is small but perfectly formed.....
Always a good selection of both local and further afield beers.
All of the pumps have tags with tasting notes to help you make a choice.
In the warm weather there are a few outside tables to...More
I've been completed.ing here for years and enjoy the small and friendly pub atmosphere. The selection of beers and and ales is ways changing and the cellermanship is faultless. Their burgers are legendary. The pub is off the beaten track but I think it will...More
This is the tiniest and most homely pub I've experienced. The bar is the size of a decent sized lounge but cleverly laid out using every inch of space. It's always busy and the bar staff are the friendliest I've come across in a Bristol...More