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Ha! Ha! Bar and Canteen
20A Berkeley Square
Bristol
Bristol

BS8 1HP | View map

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The coolest little hideaway in Clifton. Tucked away off Berkeley Square, Ha! Ha! is reached through a side arch leading to a beautiful garden courtyard where hip locals lounge with Belgian beers and colourful cocktails, and tuck into extra-long fish fingers and chips, and wok-tossed fettuccine with chunks of chorizo and chicken. Inside is a dramatic canteen and bar painted in raspberry, cocoa and vanilla ice-cream colours off-set by funky light fittings, big mirrors and comfy leather furnishings. There are several little spaces were you can relax alone or with a lover. Weekends see the place buzzing with foxy boys and girls of all ages flirting with the exceptionally friendly staff.

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