FREE Event Hire at The Golden GuineaPosted on: 16 May 2017
The Golden Guinea is a staple of drinking perfection in Bristol. They have become renowned for their relaxed atmosphere, incredible selection of ever-changing beers and even better, the hire of the function facilities for FREE. The Golden Guinea really should be your next destination for any big occasion.
With over 10 years of experience in delivering the very best functions and when you see the decor of the venue and the atmosphere they create, you will know that they are the only venue for you! Priding themselves on their guest beers, using local produce in their food and even their famous mulled cider, you can be assured you will be looked after at The Golden Guinea.
The Golden Guinea is a traditional yet modern pub in the Redcliffe area of Bristol, close to the waterfront and a short walk from the city centre. Food is served daily and on offer is a selection of hot and cold dishes ranging from curries to our ever popular 'Guinea Platter'. Check out our menu here.
Music is important to the Guinea, whether it be their in-house stereo playing your favourite funk, songwriters and soul or their dedicated music nights. Sundays host The Candle Club open mic which features invited guests and walk in acts ranging from full bands to acoustic players and even spoken word.
Every Tuesday you will find an English folk collective playing in the centre of the pub and on Thursday Hit The Deck features some of Bristol's best DJ's playing a fantastic range of funk, hip hop, soul and reggae. They also exhibit local artists work and are always looking for new talent to show.
Monday: 4pm until 11pm
Tuesday: 4pm until 11pm
Wednesday: 1pm until Midnight
Thursday: 1 pm until Midnight
Friday: 1pm until Midnight
Saturday: 1pm until Midnight
Sunday: 1pm until 11pm
We know that once you see our historic venue you will not be disappointed, so why not give us a call today and book that all important function?
Matt, originally from Belfast, has only lived in Bristol for a year now and is studying Media & Journalism at UWE. He wants to concentrate his writing and media skills in Bristol's culinary culture, delving into what fine feasts the city has to offer and where the best places to go for food really are. Along with an aspiration to interview some of the influential people shaping Bristol and some who are simply passing through, Matt really is trying to make Bristol his new home! For any other info check out his Facebook or Twitter.