Make sure you catch this place at the right time, if you come in the depths of winter (especially during the day!) it is very much an old mans pub, and it's pretty exterior does not mach up to what you find inside.
However in the sunshine this place transforms, it seemingly draws a fresh new crowd from the area and is a great place to come for a nice little lunch time snack.
Being quite far out from the centre of Bristol it means you get the bonus of a cheaper price, both in food and alcohol.
Friendly staff, worth a look in.
This is a bit of an old man's place right in the centre of Westbury-on-Trym, though when I used to drink in the area it was, for reasons I can't quite fathom, the busiest pub around with a lot of younger people coming in on weekends.
There's a smaller room by the entrance which has got an ancient, authentic serving hatch, while the main bar is busier and split on two levels. There's a jukebox (crazy!) upstairs and also an open air terrace outside. A lively place to drink in a traditional setting. (Note: do not confuse with the White Lion which is just down the road.)
A cider pub. Come here if you like pork scratchings and the smell of farts, in Westbury On Trym.
Used to frequent this pub often in my youth. It is what it is, a working man's pub, a bit of spit and sawdust but holds very fond memories. Still pop in now and again to see some old and new faces - think 'The Slaughtered Lamb' but if your a local, your ok lol.
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