This historic, stylish pub, bar, and restaurant should be your first port of call for drinks in the sunshine, a light bite to fill a hole, or a celebratory three course meal.
Whether you pop in for a refreshing pint or a Sunday roast, The Hole in the Wall is sure to meet all of your dining requirements, no matter what the occasion.
Freshly prepared by The Hole in the Wall’s superbly talented chefs, our diverse menus will allow you to tuck into a whole host of classic dishes, devilish desserts, and deliciously tempting sharing platters.
We are a child friendly pub, so please feel free to bring your little ones along.
Of course, if you require any further information about our menus or special offers, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Our friendly and helpful team is always on hand to answer any of your questions.
Located in the very heart of the vibrant city of Bristol, The Hole in the Wall is easily accessible and well served by a wealth of public transport links. Situated close to a number of different bus routes, services regularly pass through the area surrounding the pub, bar, and restaurant.
Or, if you’re travelling by train, The Hole in the Wall is just a 10-minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station.
Join us and enjoy our magnificent interiors and a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining.
Situated just a stone’s throw from the centre of Bristol, The Hole in the Wall is surrounded by things to do, see, and experience. Whether you’re looking for a fun day out for all the family, a romantic break, or an action-packed adventure, there’s sure to be something to keep you entertained in this vibrant city.
And, once you’ve finished exploring, The Hole in the Wall is the perfect place to enjoy a spot of lunch or a refreshing drink whilst you reflect on your day.
Some of Bristol’s most iconic attractions include the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Brunel’s SS Great Britain, the Bristol Balloon Fiesta, and, of course, Banksy street art tours that will allow you to see some of the famous artist’s most iconic pieces first hand.
On a fine day, there are plenty of walking tours in and around the city, allowing you to explore the history, culture, and art of Bristol as you go. As the UK’s first cycling city, there are also plenty of cycle paths and trails to explore on two wheels. Or why not explore the city from a different perspective by taking a boat trip along the river.