The Rose of Denmark
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
The Rose of Denmark, a friendly authentic English pub, has been serving thirsty Bristolians since the 1800s from a pretty spot overlooking the Cumberland Basin. The roaring log ﬁre, friendly staff and welcoming atmosphere have ensured its status as a must-visit pub.
An ideal place for a pint, inside or out, The Rose of Denmark boasts a range of Cask Marque ale, a superb wine selection and lovely local juices. The award-winning menu comprises the ﬁnest and freshest local produce with a view to offering something for everyone, whether you’re in the mood for a light summer salad, a hearty burger or a spectacular Sunday roast. The restaurant was highly commended at the Bristol Good Food Awards, so booking is essential. If you’re popping in for a midweek lunch, the vast array of sandwiches, soups and extensive ploughman’s selection promise to hit the spot. Drop in on a Sunday evening and round off the weekend by tucking into some mouth-watering ribs accompanied by fries, coleslaw and a pint for £10. Thursday night offers a choice of three burgers (including a vegetarian option) and a pint for £10, while visitors on a Friday night can enjoy two prime 8oz rib-eye steaks and a bottle of wine for only £25.
There are also many amazing events held downstairs in the original, refurbished scullery, which is available for private hire – it’s a great choice for private gatherings and functions.