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Horts, Bristol - pub details

Previously called: Horts City Tavern

Address: 49 Broad Street, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 2ES [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4766) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bristol Temple Meads (0.8 miles), Redland (1 mile), Clifton Down (1 mile)

Brewery: Young's

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General information:

Opening Times:

Mon-Thurs: 11:00-23:00

Fri: 11:00-00:00

Sat: 12:00-00:00

Sun: 12:00-22:30

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> Current user rating: 4.2/10 (rated by 13 users)
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user reviews of Horts, Bristol

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'Modern' Youngs outlet. Nothing to write home about. Sky TV. The beer was 'passable'. Won't go out of my way to visit again.
wolvesfan - 3 Feb 2015 08:50
Big spacious Youngs pub with wide range of seating areas. 2 Gusest ales as well as 4 from Wells & Youngs range. Offers discounts for card carrying Camra members
reynedd - 17 Feb 2012 13:29
A youngs pub , but with a few guest beers that included one from Teignworthy and one from Yeovil ,stargazer.
The latter was readily supped , and I also had a youngs special.
Quality was good in fairness.
A large if somewhat limited range.
Prices not exorbitant , but you can get cheaper beer in town.
Large pub with pool table.
Has a bit of a city centre feel to it.
There are better pubs than this in town , but you could do a lot worse.
Cliftonclive - 16 Apr 2011 08:09
A large pub situated just around the corner from Corn Street. Inside it seems to struggle a bit with it’s identity being a mix of different areas – a fairly non-descript bar area at the front, another area that looks like a hotel lounge, yet another that looks like a gentleman’s club with rows of books lining the shelves, and then a games area at the rear with a couple of pool tables and even a pinball machine.

It was very quiet on a recent Thursday evening visit, no doubt due to the extremely bad (and loud) singing from the punters trying their hand at the karaoke. Then again it may have been the prices putting people off - £7.25 for one of their own beers and a Vodka & Orange seems a bit steep.

There’s a covered outside area which is handy for the smokers, and several fake fireplaces, i.e.; fire places that were once real, but have been filled with a selection of twigs and fairy lights. What is that about? Food wise there was a board listing a good selection of burgers which seem to be something of a speciality. I’m not sure what else was on offer.

There seemed to be a good choice of beers on tap, and the Ram Rod that I had seemed pleasant enough, although I’m no expert on these things. Besides that, the other beers on tap were Bombadier, Young’s Bitter, Bristol Beer Factory’s Acer and Black Sheep. It looks as though they usually have Doom Bar as well, although that was off on our visit. Ciders were Thatcher’s Gold, Blackthorn, Strongbow and Thatcher’s Pear.
Blackthorn - 15 Oct 2010 11:27
Went in here to watch the footy on Sunday-Guinness very expensive, but friendly landlady and big screen.Wouldnt go in here though for anything other than a pint and a bit of sport for a short visit.
hammers101 - 6 Apr 2010 20:27

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