New pop-up Bloom Bar has opened just in time for summer.
As more restrictions are gradually being eased, Bristol is flourishing once again. One addition that has bloomed in the city is brand new floral-themed pop-up bar, Bloom Bar.
The floral and rose-hued bar, giving plenty of English country garden vibes, has opened at Quaker’s Friars in Bristol’s shopping quarter and boasts a brilliant garden getaway whilst getting a dose of retail therapy. It features three pods in shades of pink, lilac and blue on the inside alongside numerous white and pink picnic tables, for you and five of your friends to enjoy a well-deserved cocktail break in the sunshine.
Open throughout the summer at Quaker’s Friars, the floral pop-up will be serving glasses and pitchers of the classic summer cocktail, Pimm’s, as well as plenty of other drinks such as champagne, gin, prosecco, rosé, beer and canned cocktails and wine.
Bloom Bar will also be providing frozen cocktails like piña coladas, strawberry daiquiris and margaritas, making it a great destination for a party such as hen dos and baby showers. Decorated with leaves, roses and wisteria in varying shades, as well as a good dose of pink décor and a white picket fence making it hard no to miss whilst in Broadmead.
Located opposite Harvey Nichols, the bar offers the perfect backdrop for some Insta-worthy pics and there’s even a floral-clad bar and pods to take snaps at. The pop-up, which will run until September 30, offers walk-ins so you needn’t have to book your spot in advance and you can email them should you wish to arrange a private party or event with your friends.
The bar is open Monday-Thursday 11am-7pm, Friday-Saturday 11am-8pm and Sunday 11am-6pm, and you can discover the menu for Bloom Bar here.
Bloom Bar, Quaker’s Friars, Broadmead, BS1 3BU