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Pranjs Bar, Bristol - pub details

Previously called: John Cabot

Address: 41 Corn Street, Bristol, BS1 1HT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32897) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bristol Temple Meads (0.7 miles), Clifton Down (1 mile), Redland (1.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of Pranjs Bar, Bristol

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I dont know about the other guy's comment, I like this place, its chilled out and not pretentious. Easy going Saturdays with some mates, beers and the footie is perfect me and I love chilling by the pool table's red couches (although they are black now unfortunatly).
Also, I've been coming here for the past few years so not sure where the other bloke's intel is from (changing names every few month ...pft).
ah well each to their own eh?
If you are looking for posh this is not the place to go, if you're looking to chill and hang out with the lads, its awesome.
kii_kii - 25 Jan 2015 15:47
Now known as Pranjs this is one of the many bars in Corn Street to change it’s name every few months.

In it’s current incarnation it has some wood boards on the floor with tiling nearer the bar and a colour scheme that uses shades of brown and cream normally found in a gastro-pub, although clearly that’s not what this is. There is a pool table at the front surround by a couple of tatty red sofas. The bar counter on the right had large illuminated green panels affixed to the front of it, and it looked as though there was another smaller bar at the back, perhaps more geared up for cocktails. This appeared to have some blue illumination as far as I could make out without inspecting it closely. The rear area is raised up a step or two and separated by some wooden balustrade.

At about 8:45 on a recent Thursday evening visit, the lights dropped a bit and the music was turned up a little too loud. There are several big speakers about as well as a glitter ball, other lighting effects and a DJ console, hinting that it may perhaps get considerably louder still as the evening wears on. Fortunately we did not hang around to find out. There were a few potted plants around, and what looked as though they may have been Christmas decorations hanging from the ceiling.

Someone outside was enticing punters in with the offer of a free shot, and we had something called Apple Sour. It looked somewhat artificially green, but other than that was OK I suppose. The menu appeared to consist entirely of hot dogs and pizza. A number of plasma screens were dotted around showing the football.

The solitary beer on tap was Doom Bar, whilst ciders were Strongbow and Thatcher’s Gold.

Blackthorn - 12 Apr 2013 11:26
Lasted about 3 months.
an_ecunemical_matter - 6 Jun 2008 19:36

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