Bars That Are Officially The Best In Gloucestershire, Cool & Quirky
You can't beat your local bars in Gloucestershire but what is the difference between a bar and pub?.
If you are visiting the UK from overseas you will be forgiven that they are the same sort of establishment.
A bar tends to be in a built-up area in order to catch the after-work crowd or the Saturday night drinkers. The interior can vary a lot with the design and lighting being sleeker and more chic than your average local pub. They are designed to attract a younger crowd, they may have a dancefloor or nightclub attached. Drinkers tend to visit several bars throughout the evening.
Pubs offer a casual atmosphere with comfortable seating and are designed for people who aim to spend long periods of time in one place. You may find a dartboard or pool table for entertainment, and often they will have a beer garden, perfect for lazy afternoon drinking. Many Pubs focus on their community, you will find ‘locals’ who drink there every day, and families with children and dogs are more likely to be welcome.
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Every bar is different, so your best bet is to use our guide too find the best bar in Gloucestershire. You will find a bar to drink in throughout Bourton On The Water, Cheltenham, Chipping Campden, Cinderford, Coleford, Gloucester, Lydney, Newent, Stow On The Wold, Stroud, Tetbury, and Tewkesbury.