1 Bull Ln, Gloucester GL1 2HG
Angie’s aims to provide a relaxed, classy venue for those who appreciate quality products in an easy-going environment. The ground floor of Gloucester’s smallest bar is a refreshing place to meet, enjoy good company and make stimulating conversation. Upstairs, Angie’s Lounge is a sizeable chillout zone where customers can relax over a bottle of wine, play games including chess, cards and backgammon, or simply sit back and soak up the ambience.
31 Southgate St, Gloucester GL1 1TP
Situated within Greyfriars, Café René is the perfect place for this prestigious summer event in Gloucester, with not only a fabulous indoor venue but with an outdoor stage in a natural amphitheatre, perfect for performances.
College Street St, Gloucester GL1 2NE
The Cavern is a quirky, one-of-a-kind coffee shop and live music venue which is open to all throughout the week! Located near Gloucester Cathedral (on College Street), The cavern is a safe place to meet friends, play board games, enjoy fantastic live music, and catch up with a friendly face. The Cavern gives work experience opportunities to vulnerable and disadvantaged people. We aim to get people back into paid work, improve skills and confidence as part of the Kingfisher Treasure Seekers group.
Cross Keys Inn
Cross Keys Ln, Gloucester GL1 2HQ
The Cross Keys Inn is in an early to mid-sixteenth century Grade II listed timber-framed building which was originally three cottages. It appears in licensing records by 1720, but the name suggests possible older origins: in medieval times, the sign of the cross keys meant that the inn was supplied by a nearby monastic house. Now probably the smallest pub in Gloucester, it has a cosy atmosphere and stocks real ale.
The Dick Whittington
100 Westgate St, Gloucester GL1 2PE
The Fountain Inn
53 Westgate St, Gloucester GL1 2NW
16 Northgate Street, Gloucester GL1 1SF
Located in the heart of Gloucester, this 15 century Inn enjoys a medieval courtyard, real ale pub and traditional restaurant with period features. The courtyard has galleries on all sides, and the historic building was used by pilgrims visiting the tomb of King Edward II in the Abbey, now Gloucester Cathedral – just a couple of minutes’ walk away from the hotel. The New Inn has three bars, including The Tap & Barrel Bar, offering up to seven cask ales. Treat yourself to a tasty homemade cake and a specialty tea in our welcoming coffee shop.
2 Bull Ln, Gloucester GL1 2HG
This hidden gem cooks all home made, organic and natural foods using local Gloucester produce. They are located in Gloucester City Centre. They host live music every other Friday as well making it a great location for the Gloucester Rhythm and Blues Festival.
The Station Hotel
134 Southgate St, Gloucester GL1 2EX
12 – 14 Llanthony Rd, Gloucester GL1 2EH
Situated in the heart of Gloucester Docks, Tank is a specialist craft beer bar run by the team behind Gloucester Brewery. The weekly Acoustic Tuesdays and Live Music Thursdays offer the perfect chance for gig-lovers to discover a host of local bands spanning a range of genres, while sampling some of the 50 plus unique beers available at Tank.
The Tiger’s Eye at The Old Bell
9a Southgate St, Gloucester GL1 1TG
As one of the most unique places to go to in the city, The Old Bell resides in a stunning 17th century Victorian building. It takes centre stage on its street as it looks almost identical to when it was built, providing another great location for live music and festivities.