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Bloomfield Inn, Brislington, Bristol

193 Bloomfield Road
Brislington
Bristol
BS4 3QS

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Pete Yeates left this review about Bloomfield Inn

Sadly, and further to my last report, the Bloomfield Inn is no more as it was demolished on Wednesday 29th July 2015. It's not clear what is going to replace it, but it will be flats or houses.

On 30th July 2015 - no rating submitted
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Pete Yeates left this review about Bloomfield Inn

As at 13th April 2015 the Bloomfield is again CLOSED.
Enterprise Inns did have a banner on the outside wall stating a refurbishment was planned, but that has now been removed and the side door leading to the lounge is now boarded up and padlocked.

On 14th April 2015 - rating: 1
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Blackthorn _ left this review about Bloomfield Inn

A good sixed pub in the middle of a residential street, this has been closed for some time and has recently re-opened, although judging on a recent visit I’m rather inclined to wonder why they bothered. The front part of the pub was in darkness and we initially were unsure as to whether it was actually open or not, but it then transpired that the open bar was the small one at the rear.

This is a fairly tatty room with ripped red velvet seating, old carpet on the floor and plastic covered tables in some type of mock wood. A plasma was playing some music videos and there was a darts board off to one side. There was a pool table in the room at the front. The majority of the clientele seemed barely old enough to drink as was the barmaid, although she was pleasant enough. The atmosphere struck me as somewhat volatile and I half expected a fight to break out.

The solitary beer on tap was Courage Best. Another pump displayed an Old Speckled Hen clip but this appeared to have run out, and a further three pumps had no clips on at all. Ciders fared slightly better with Blackthorn and Thatcher’s Gold as well as cans of Natch in the 'fridge which always strikes me as the sign of a classy establishment.

On 19th November 2013 - rating: 2
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Pete Yeates left this review about Bloomfield Inn

Built in the 1930's, the Bloomfield Inn is located half way down Bloomfield Road near the local shops. There are two bars and a good size enclosed garden, as well as a covered area for the smokers.

To my surprise, the Bloomfield has now re-opened with a Holding Relief manager.
Many old customers have returned since bans imposed by the previous tenant were lifted.

Drink-wise, when I visited, there was Courage Best on. On keg, Thatcher's Gold and whichever lagers. Canned cider too.

On 15th November 2013 - rating: 2
[User has posted 99 recommendations about 92 pubs]