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1 Elm Street, Cardiff, CF24 3QR [Map]
Tel: 029 2045 5056
The Yellow Kangaroo to us human beings...
What was the darkest and most uncultured pub in Cardiff has undergone a renovation folks and is now...wait for it...the darkest and most uncultured pub in Cardiff with a new sign! Read More...
Wharton Street, Cardiff City Centre, CF10 1AG [Map]
Tel: 029 2041 3600
Barocco is an elegant and stylish city centre bar that serves up a wide range of food throughout the day and evening. Barocco, which was formerly Bar Is It, is operated by Brains Brewery.
Castle Street, Cardiff, CF10 1XD [Map]
Tel: 029 2034 7247
What more could you ask for - a large Irish bar located right alongside the Millennium Stadium walkway. You can be stood at the bar drinking your Guinness one minute, and in your seat in the stadium the next! Read More...
Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3DP [Map]
Tel: 029 2023 3833
Cantaloop Lounge Bar Kitchen is a brand new concept in stylish drinking, dining and entertainment, where exceptional levels of customer service and the quality of our product is of the utmost importance. Read More...
36 Cathedral Road, Pontcanna, Cardiff, CF11 9LL [Map]
Tel: 029 2039 1910
A good pub for real ale lovers this one. Located towards the town-end of Cathedral Road (near to Sophia Gardens), the Cayo Arms has been voted CAMRA pub of the year on two previous occasions (2001 & 2002). Read More...
10 Quay Street, Cardiff, CF10 1EA [Map]
Tel: 029 2022 5258
Ok, let me set my stall out from the start - this review is gonna be biased. It can't be anything but, after all this is the pub where I witnessed Scott Gibb's last minute try against England at Wembley in 1999, PLUS Gavin Henson's last minute kick against England in 2005. Read More...
4 Wharton Street, Cardiff City Centre, CF10 1AG [Map]
Tel: 029 2022 2114
Formerly known as the Glassworks, this city centre bar has undergone a revamp and has been re-incarnated as Copa. The management remains the same but the bar has now changed for better or for worse... Read More...
Castle Street, Cardiff City Centre, CF10 1BS [Map]
Tel: 029 2025 2024
Dempseys, opposite Cardiff Castle, is a relatively small but very friendly Irish pub.
Nothing fancy - just a typical spit n sawdust pub with no pretences to being anything other than that. Read More...
Grosvenor House, Greyfriars Road, Cardiff City Centre, CF10 3AD [Map]
Tel: 029 2022 8378
A plethora of swish new bars have opened on Greyfriars Road during the past few years. The Fat Cat is one such offering, located just opposite the New Theatre. The Fat Cat has a very upmarket look to it with plush seating, atmospheric lighting and even a few velvet drapes thrown in for good measure, but it still manages to maintain a relaxed feel about the place. Read More...
29 Westgate Street, Cardiff City Centre, CF10 1EH [Map]
Tel: 029 2064 0253
This is one of two pubs that the Firkin empire run in Cardiff. Prior to the 1999 Rugby World Cup it was very much run for the rugby fans among us. The walls used to drip with all manner of rugby memorabilia. My favourite of which was a small plaque containing around 12 teeth, all allegedly lost in a match between Wales and England in the sixties! Read More...
138 Cathays Terrace, Cathays, Cardiff, CF24 4HZ [Map]
Tel: 029 2064 4496
Frank's Bar en Route has two floors, a wide range of wines, spirits, beers and cocktails, and a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.
9 Westgate Street, Cardiff City Centre, CF10 1DD [Map]
Tel: 029 2064 6020
The big brash face of corporate pubbing. The drinks are cheap, the place is packed and the atmosphere is manic.
JD Wetherspoon run 4 city centre bars in Cardiff - The Gatekeeper being one of the largest. Located on Westgate Street, just opposite the Millennium Stadium, this pub is a BIG favourite with the match day crowds. Read More...
160-162 Cowbridge Road East, Canton, Cardiff, CF11 9ND [Map]
Tel: 02920 644 678
The Goscombe offers an award-winning menu, complemented by an extensive range of beers and specially selected wine list.
Drope Road, St. Georges, Nr Cardiff, CF5 6EP [Map]
Tel: 01446 760310
I first started going to the Greendown a few years back. They do a cracking quiz night on a Saturday which I used to go to religiously. Things change and at some point or another I stopped going but the quiz has survived the years and, as far as I am aware, still goes on every Saturday. Read More...