Gatsby's is Bristol's late-night tearoom of choicePosted on: 14 Mar 2017
Open on Park Street until the wee small hours begin to grow much larger, Gatsby’s is the tearoom that allows night owls to relax with the class of its namesake millionaire.
Where else in Bristol can you channel the spirit of F Scott Fitzgerald whilst kicking back with a cup of tea or something stronger? Gatsby’s occupies the space above Antix, and is a swish, late-night establishment which ably befits its namesake with its suave offerings of tea, coffee and cocktails designed to be enjoyed over conversation rather than loud music.
Though it calls itself a tearoom, Gatsby’s, like every other Bristol establishment worth its salt, has expert cocktail-makers operating a bar stocked with the finest ingredients. Thus it caters as ably to someone in search of something alcoholic as it does to the hot drink aficionado - who will also be satisfied by its extensive range of each.
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