Bristol pubs reopen on Saturday


Pubs across the UK will reopen on Saturday (July 4) after more than three months of closure, people are expected to head to their favorite drinkers en masse. Many Bristol pubs have announced that they will be reopening this weekend and describe the measures they have put in place to protect staff and customers.

We have compiled a list of some water points that have confirmed their reopening and the social distancing guidelines they have put in place.

The majority of the people listed below ask you to book before visiting, so you will have to be quick if you want to have a table.

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The three tuns

78 St George Road, Bristol BS1 5UR

Boozer Hotwells The Three Tuns who idolizes the famous actor Nicholas Cage installs a plexiglass screen in front of the bar to protect customers and staff when ordering.

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Most of the tables that the pub has lost inside the bar and the back patio will be placed across the street to create outdoor seating.

Pub tables are at least a meter apart.

Colston’s coat of arms

24 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol BS2 8DX

The Colston Arms was at the center of many discussions after the removal of the statue that gave the pub its name.

Until a suitable new name is suggested, the pub has given itself a temporary name of Ye olde Pubby Mcdrunkface.

In addition to making people laugh, the pub is also preparing to reopen on Saturday July 4.

In a statement shared on Facebook, its owner said, “We are back. STRONGER!

“We will open on Saturday July 4 at 12 noon.

“We will not take reservations by phone until Monday, June 29 for the following Saturday. “

Famous Royal Navy volunteer

17-18 King St, Bristol BS1 4EF

King Street pub Famous Navy Royal Volunteer said it would be “Covid secure” when it reopens on July 4, serving a high-end range of beers and fresh produce.

It’s one of the most popular pubs on King Street due to its wide range of beers and ciders.

The Shakespeare (Totterdown)

1 rue Henry, Totterdown, Bristol BS3 4UD

Loved for its lively atmosphere and reasonably priced food, The Shakespeare in Totterdown will reopen on July 4.

The pub said the tables fill quickly, so recommend booking soon.

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He’ll serve burgers for just £ 8, with additional toppings priced at £ 2 each.

“With new covid restrictions, we cannot accommodate as many and I am concerned that the seats are reserved, so highly recommended,” said a spokesperson.

The spotted cow

139 North St, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 1EZ

The North Street spotted cow will reopen from noon on July 4.

He will take advantage of his spacious beer garden, while implementing measures inside the pub to ensure respect for social distance.

A spokesperson said, “We will only be seated with indoor table service and a bar hatch to serve the garden.

“We have disinfection stations positioned everywhere and all staff will wear masks and gloves, and we have compiled an in-depth risk assessment and joined the Shield Covid” Safe to Trade “program which is an independent security system to ensure customer and staff safety. “

King Street Brew House

13 Welsh back, Bristol BS1 4RR

King Street Brew House is one of the popular downtown street drinkers that will reopen on July 4.

A spokesperson said, “The safety of you and our team is our # 1 priority, which means that the pub experience is going to be a little bit different for all of us. ”

Pubs shared 10 tips to make the visit experience as safe as possible for staff and visitors.

These include advising people to bring their own face mask and use the hand sanitizer provided at the entrance, urging people to be invited rather than just walking around and recommending that people book before visiting.

The full list of tips can be found on the King Street Brew House website.

The Barley Mow

39 Barton Road, Bristol, BS2 0LF

Neighborhood drinker The Barley Mow was named the best Bristol pub at CAMRA Bristol Beer Festival 2019, so many people will be looking forward to it on Saturday.

The award-winning pub will operate at reduced hours and will not serve food.

Its range of quality beers should be reason enough to visit, however …

The Lazy Dog

The Lazy Dog

112 Ashley Down Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 9JR

The Lazy Dog takes reservations before relaunching on July 4.

A spokesperson said, “Things will be a little different, but we look forward to welcoming you back to the pub for a few drinks and some food!” ”

The pub will be open exclusively for table reservations and tables can be reserved up to three hours at a time.

All orders will be made via an app.

– We are open exclusively for table reservations, tables can be reserved via the link below

– Tables can be reserved up to 3 hours at a time, this is a reservation per person per day, and all orders will be placed on an app once you are here.

North Street Standard

11-13 North Street, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 1EN

North Street Standard in Bedminster said it would “dive our toes” into the water with reduced hours to see what level of trade exists.

These hours are subject to change within a few weeks of reopening.

The bar will take reservations for table reservations which can be made by email, but will also accept appointments if there is space and it is safe to do so.

Customers must pay by card and there will be an option to order food and drink using an app.

Deer and dogs

74 Old Market Street, Bristol, BS2 0EJ

The Old Market pub has come a long way in recent years after a major renovation.

In addition to being a heavy drinker, he now also serves delicious pizza at unbeatable prices.

The pub announced its reopening via a shared statement on its Facebook page, which reads: “We are very pleased to announce that on July 4, we will open our doors again.

“There will be some changes (as soon as we have the details, we will let you know) but the good news is that you can go down, grab a pint and catch up with family and friends. “

Old Market Tavern

29-30 Old Market Street, Bristol, BS2 0HB

Old Market Boozer The Old Market Tavern reopens on July 4 with a number of safety measures in place, which the pub listed on its Facebook page.

These include a socially distant queue, hand sanitizing stations and more.

In a shared press release on social media, the pub said, “We look forward to welcoming you back to the Old Market Tavern and will reopen on Saturday July 4th.

“We are committed to ensuring that the reopening of pubs is done in a safe and reasonable manner to allow us to find our friends and family.

“We are fortunate to have a spacious place, with generous outdoor space, and will ensure that everyone has a safe and pleasant place to meet, but there are important changes we are making to keep it safe and secure. is important that you read and follow. ”

The Bank Tavern

8 rue John, Bristol BS1 2HR

Known from afar for its incredible Sunday roast, the Bank Tavern will reopen on July 4 and resume Sunday lunch the next day.

Pub hours will be the same as they always are while staff are tackling demand, and will be subject to change.

The pub is taking steps to reorganize the interior and exterior of the pub, limiting tables to ensure social distancing and, on government advice, will not allow “vertical drinking” at the bar.

Table service will be put in place to limit the number of trips and there will be a strict entry and exit policy using the restroom.

Bank Tavern will relaunch its roasts from July 5 and continue from there.

Those who reserved a table by this date will be contacted by the pub to arrange a table.

Due to the limited number of seats, some customers will have to move their reservations, but The Bank Tavern is in the process of arranging additional seats to facilitate this.

Visit the The Bank Tavern website for more information.

Hands crossed

1 Staple Hill Road, Fishponds, BS16 5AA

Popular with families, the spacious Fishponds The Cross Hands pub will open on Saturday after a renovation.

The pub detailed the many changes made from July 4 in a long post shared on Facebook.

In a statement, the pub said, “We open at noon on the 4th and are working on the assumption that you want to go back to something that looks like a normal pub and not a bank.

“So the only plastic screens you will see are on the visors that the staff will wear.

“We have been busy over the past few months decorating, repairing, maintaining and generally updating everything we could. “

Grain barge

Mardyke Wharf, Hotwell Road, BS8 4RU

Known for its spectacular harbor view, Grain Barge is a popular summer spot and many will be delighted to learn that it is reopening this weekend.

In a statement shared on the pub’s Facebook page, it reads: “Please note that food and drink will only be served at the table; this is just one of the essential measures we are putting in place to ensure that we follow government directives, creating a safe environment for all, and getting the “houseboat shape and Bristol fashion for you all, many . ”

For more information on the reopening of Grain Barge, visit his Facebook page.]

The bag of nails

Loved to house 14 cats, The Bag of Nails in Hotwells will open on Saturday from 10 a.m.

In a statement, the pub said, “We don’t yet know what our new hours will be, but for Saturday, July 4, we will open at 10 am and close at 6 pm.

“There will be measures in place to ensure that everyone is as safe as possible, which will be explained in more detail here (FB), on signage in the pub and on arrival. ”

More information can be found on his Facebook page.

The Shakespeare (Redland)

Lower Redland Road, Redland, BS6 6SS

Loved for its weekly quiz and roast dinner, The Shakespeare will be open from July 4.

Sunday breakfasts will return from this Sunday.

You can book by sending an email to [email protected] or by calling 01179739850.

The langton

The Langton, Langton Ct Rd, BS4 4EG, Bristol

Pub from St Annes Le Langton returns Saturday.

Appointments are allowed, but the pub recommends pre-booking.

The pub said on Facebook: “The pub is now table service only, no stand at the bar, our lush staff will be on hand to keep you posted and take your food orders.

“Oh yes and the FOOD! Food is back! A bar menu will be available so you can enjoy it all alongside your drink (s). ”

Call the pub on 07305 249372 to reserve a table.

Gloucester Road Ale House

99 Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7 8AT

The lively drinker of Gloucester Road Gloucester Road Ale House listed the steps he has taken to protect staff and customers.

The pub also offers advice to customers on how to protect themselves during their visit, including reminding them to stay at least one meter from each other and asking people to be “vigilant” when walking towards the exit or the toilet.

The pub said, “It’s good to welcome you again.

“We are proud to be Covid-19 Secure 2020 and have worked very hard to keep our customers and our team safe. “

The rising sun

Alfred Road, Bristol, BS3 4LU

The pub said: “We are working on the new arrangement of tables, we are working on 1 m minimum, more where we can. The blue room will be closed for seating, just access to the gardens and toilets. We are getting rid of more than 50% of the tables, some of which will be moved out of the front.

“All the children’s books and toys will be taken away until further notice and the piano will be taped, which will make a lot of people happy …”


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