The grassy parks of Clifton Down and Durdham Down (locally known as The Downs) make a fine picnic spot. Nearby, a scruffy observatory...
Clifton Suspension Bridge
Clifton's most famous (and photographed) landmark is another Brunel masterpiece, the 76m-high Clifton Suspension Bridge, which spans the...
This venerable Clifton local looks fresh from a recent refit, and now serves grub, too, in addition to its Cask Marque approved ales.
This sophisticated seafooderie originally opened in Oxford, but has had a Bristol outpost for over a decade. It's one of the city's top...
Lonely Planet review
At least six different bangers grace the menu at this refined gastropub, from Gloucester Old Spot to Beef and Spitfire Ale (there's always a veggie version, too). It's a popular lunch spot for the Clifton trendies, especially at weekends.