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The Woods, Bristol - pub details

Address: 1 Park Street Avenue, City Centre, Bristol, BS1 5LQ‎ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40200) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Clifton Down (0.7 miles), Redland (1 mile), Bristol Temple Meads (1.1 miles)

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user reviews of the Woods, Bristol

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A small and trendy bar just between Park Row and Park Street. Whilst it is undoubtedly a bar rather than a traditional pub, it nonetheless manages to convey a slightly more sophisticated air than many of the places nearby that get rammed with students.

Itís a small, single-room establishment, although there is also a pleasant enough courtyard garden with a couple of palm trees and a very large umbrella. Seating is quite limited inside, so we found ourselves out in the garden by default. Fortunately the electric patio heaters were very effective.

The bar area is stocked with a good selection of spirits, and they seem to do an extensive line of cocktails. The backdrop to the bar is an interesting mural depicting tree branches, with seems appropriate given the establishmentís name. Rather bizarrely, on ordering two pints of cider, it was dispensed in to a jug and then we were given two empty tumblers to go with it. I thought maybe this was a promotional deal at a reduced price, but at £6.75 that seems unlikely.

The solitary beer on tap was keg Theakstonís Best, and the cider was Symondís Founders Reserve. There were several bottled beers available though, including a couple from Bath Ales and an extensive line up from the local (Somerset) Moor Beer Company. There also looked to be several continental lagers available.
Blackthorn - 17 Dec 2010 11:00
Small and expensive; much better places to visit in Bristol.
fran - 13 Apr 2010 15:41

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