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Dutch
  Bristol and gin are a winning combo at the moment, with micro-distilleries popping up all over the city. So it was only a matter of time before our first dedicated gin bar arrived in town. Dutch in Old Market has over 400 gins to get your tastebuds around, either in a classic gin and tonic or an intriguing new cocktail. We recommend starting somewhere in the middle [en-dash] the spiced G&T is the perfect winter warmer.

Address: 16 West St, Bristol | Telephone: 0117 330 2905 |

The Old Butcher's
Innovative brewery Wiper & True and The Old Bookshop come together in a new North Street bar that has already taken the city by storm, judging by the crowds spilling out onto the pavement most evenings. Showcasing the best Wiper & True beers, as well as limited edition releases and experimental brews, The Old Butcher's is a small but perfectly formed haven for beer lovers looking to try something new. Get there early to get a seat and grab a drink in one of their already-Insta-famous Craftmaster bowls. 

Address: 57 North Street, Bedminster | Telephone: 0117 963 3166 |

Bristol Spirit
Local drinks label Espensen Spirit have had a hell of a year, launching their first range of Bristol-inspired gins and whiskeys to roaring success. Now they're back for more with their brand new bar slash restaurant, Bristol Spirit, lighting up Redfield with their cocktail creations and flavour combos. Keep an eye out for their themed brunches. espensenspirit.com

Address: 86 Whitehall Road, Bristol | Telephone: 0117 939 3552 |

Crafty Egg
Brunch spot, street-art gallery, cosy cafe…as if The Crafty Egg wasn't enough of a destination already, they've now added yet another reason to visit. Round up some friends and settle in to their new late-night hours for an evening of locally sourced cider or beer, accompanied by meat platters and cheese fondue to share. The ultimate in hygge socialising style.

Address: 113 Stokes Croft, Bristol | Telephone: 0117 904 6027 |

Clubbing

Zed Alley
Go underground with a new live music venue that promises good music and reasonably-priced drinks. Set in a vault of a Victorian warehouse, Zed Alley is the brainchild of local band Hooper. Head into the rainbow-lit space to discover the latest in new music or hear new talent at one of their open mic nights, all accompanied by some great local cider, of course.

Address: Zed Alley, Bristol | Telephone: 07923 827352 |

Le Poivrot
Bristol bar guru Richard Tring turns his hand to wine with new opening Le Poivrot. Situated just behind the city centre, this light venue is just the spot to settle into for an afternoon of conversation and a perfectly dry white wine, perhaps accompanied by a taste of the charcuterie board. Make sure to get a seat by the bar for plenty of recommendations and discussion of the best tipple. 

Address: 47 Colston Street, Bristol | Telephone: |

Shebeen
The latest arrival on Bristol's badly-kept-secret bar scene, Shebeen mixes Irish pub with members-only club to great effect. Accessed through an unassuming door behind Clifton Down, it offers a well-rounded selection of whiskeys to its select number of customers to enjoy whilst reclining in leather chairs. Grab one of their small plates or head next door to new neighbour Steam to get your burger fix when you're all whiskey'd out. 

Address: Clifton Down Station, Bristol | Telephone: 0117 317 9200 |

To The Moon
Brand new bar-slash-boutique, To The Moon, is making waves in the Old Market scene. Two is definitely better than one in this unique venue, showcasing the best of West Country talent in both booze and fashion in adjoining rooms. Arrive in the afternoon to discover your next fave indie designer, stay until close sipping on rum cocktails to an eclectic soundtrack. 

Address: 27-29 Midland Rd, Bristol | Telephone: 07845 700194 |

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