From Covent Garden to Clapham, Blame Gloria has been causing a buzz about London for a few years and it’s now set to open it’s third site in Bristol this summer. The new bar promises to provide an eccentric and super opulent venue, taking inspiration from 1980s groupie culture, acting as a fantasy playground for the rockstars of the era.
Blame Gloria will take over the former Timbuk2 site, a venue offering low arched ceilings, giving a sense of intimacy to a capacity of up to 400 guests. Like its London sites, the Bristol venue is bound to bring vibrancy with colourful patterns and designs on the walls.
Expected to open from July 8, Blame Gloria will offer a late-night cocktail offering where people can let loose until 3am, as well as a happy hour of 2-4-1 cocktails perfect for post-work drinks. Its extensive list of cocktails, including the signature Sugar Daddy and the colour changing cocktail, Karma Chameleon, will bring the party goers of Bristol back time after time.
Blame Gloria currently hosts a number of bottomless brunches at its London sites from disco-themed featuring bingo to all-singing and all-dancing ABBA and Mamma Mia events, with drag hosts. And of course no bottomless brunch is complete without bottomless bubbles!
Founder of Blame Gloria, Tom Kidd said: “Gloria always threw the wildest parties, she still does, and we can’t wait to bring her to Bristol. With our London bars already hugely popular, we’re thrilled to be branching outside of the capital and what better city to do so than the cultural hub of Bristol.
“The venue poses the perfect layout for Blame Gloria’s eccentric interiors offering a hot spot like no other for the people of Bristol. Alongside our outstanding cocktail offering, we also have many plans up our sleeve to keep up the momentum post launch. We can’t wait to reveal all over the coming months.”
Blame Gloria, 22 Small Street, BS1 1DW