The Brunswick has an established reputation for live music. Recently the pub acted as a canvas for local street artist, Trix, who has transformed the outside of the pub with explosions of colour.
Café Rene is the city’s best-known secret. Tucked away down Southgate Street the pub has a friendly atmosphere inside and out. Freshly prepared food is available 7 days a week with Chef's daily. The ‘Rene’ is home to a vibrant live music scene with various acts throughout the week.
A waterfront bar and restaurant in the historic Gloucester docks. Serving traditional cask ales and modern staple draughts. Dr Foster’s also serves high quality food throughout the venue. The views from the waterfront conservatory are stunning and the pub is complete with comfortable sofas, quirky Mediterranean décor, and a waterfront dining area.
The Fountain Inn is a traditional pub tucked away from the hubbub of Westgate Street. Local cask ales are available with a traditional pub menu that includes the monstrous Fountain Burger. There is a superb award-winning courtyard garden with al-fresco dining - a quiet haven from the city centre.
One of Gloucester's best-loved bars, The Old Bell is a Grade I listed building with bars on two floors offering a range of intimate rooms, counter and lounge drinking and eating options. They are also well known for making the best cocktails in the city.
A beautiful restored, Grade I listed 15th-century pub and inn located in the heart of Gloucester city centre, complete with four bars, a coffee shop, function room, cosy bedrooms and a restaurant. It is one most complete surviving example of a medieval courtyard inn with galleries in Britain.
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