Seamus O’Donnell’s is a traditional Irish pub found next to St Nicholas Market in Bristol, offering a friendly greeting to all who visit. It’s so good to see one of the area’s last traditional pubs thriving in a world of bistros and wine bars. Serving one of the best pints of Guinness in the city, alongside real cask ale, cider and a selection of wine, Seamus O’Donnell’s has something to offer everyone. Delicious roast lunches are served from noon until 5pm on Sunday, but you are also welcome to bring food in from the market. On a cold day it’s lovely to sit by the fire with a hot toddy and read the daily newspaper. Poteen is available for the brave of heart – until recently it was illegal in Ireland, and at 70-per-cent ABV you’ll understand why. Just one is enough to have you doing an Irish jig. Seamus O’Donnell’s is a refreshing reminder of what a pub should be.