Browns Bar & Brasserie Bristol
38 Queens Road
Telephone: 0117 930 4777
Close: 11pm (10pm Sun)
Bar until: 11pm Sun to Wed (12midnight Thurs to Sat)
Full Menu from: 11am
Breakfast/Brunch until: 12noon
Afternoon Tea: 2.30pm to 5.30pm
Browns Bristol has been an integral part of the cityscape since 1992 when the amazing building in which it is housed was restored to its former glory.
At one point in its history, the building was part of the next-door city museum and art gallery, which is one of Bristol’s great attractions, packed full of treasures which will fascinate people of all ages.
The poet John Betjeman said that Bristol is 'the most beautiful, interesting and distinguished city in England.' And there is a lot to see and do throughout the city, from the drama of the Clifton Suspension Bridge to the grandeur of the great ship the S.S. Great Britain.
But whatever you get up to in Bristol, make sure you combine it with a visit to Browns.
Local Information for Bristol
0870 607 7500
Bristol Old Vic
0117 987 7877
Arnolfini - Contemporary public arts gallery presenting visual arts, dance, theatre, film and music plus a specialist arts bookshop.
0117 917 2300
Royal West of England Academy
0117 973 5419
Watershed Media Centre - Modern media and video art.
0117 927 6444
Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery - Designated 'museum of outstanding collections'. Admission free.
0117 922 9571
Georgian House - Admission free.
0117 921 1362
Red Lodge - Tudor house and gardens. Admission free.
0117 921 1360
Bristol Empire & Commonwealth Museum
0117 925 4980
SS Great Britain - First Ocean going propeller driven iron ship in historic harbour.
0117 926 0680
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