4 of the best Weston-super-Mare cocktail bars to visit before an evening at Dismaland

PUBLISHED: 16:00 29 August 2015 | UPDATED: 13:23 01 September 2015

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WESTON-SUPER-MARE has been well and truly gripped by Dismaland fever, and many have said the exhibition is at its finest during the evening. So if you’re planning on heading down to the Tropicana one evening and fancy a cocktail or two beforehand, check out our list of the best places in town to grab something spectacular.

James Willis-Boden, owner of The Imperial in South Parade, Weston-super-Mare.James Willis-Boden, owner of The Imperial in South Parade, Weston-super-Mare.

The Imperial, South Parade

This local favourite reopened earlier this year and has been greeted with rave reviews on Facebook. It offers a wide and delicious range of cocktails and its menu choices are second to none - we’re big fans of the steak.

Both classic cocktails and more adventurous choices are on offer at Unwined (Getty Images/iStockphoto).Both classic cocktails and more adventurous choices are on offer at Unwined (Getty Images/iStockphoto).

Unwined Wine Bar, South Parade

Unwined has been a staple of Weston’s bar scene since it opened in 2003. Its cocktail range is diverse and exciting and its house cocktail, the rum espresso martini, is sure to set you up perfectly for a night of Dismal delight.

A grumpy steward outside Dismaland in the Tropicana, Weston-super-Mare.A grumpy steward outside Dismaland in the Tropicana, Weston-super-Mare.

Bonds Wine Bar, Walliscote Road

Located close to Weston-super-Mare station, Bonds has its own dedicated team of cocktail experts on hand to prepare you a glass of your favourite tipple. If your ideal drink is not on the bar’s extensive menu, then staff will happily prepare you one to order.

Loves Cafe, in West Street, is a great spot for a drink. Getty Images/iStockphotoLoves Cafe, in West Street, is a great spot for a drink. Getty Images/iStockphoto

Loves Cafe, West Street

Loves is adored by Westonians – and with good reason, too. Live music can regularly be found at this intimate bar, alongside great food and a relaxed atmosphere. It regularly updates its cocktail board, with recent offerings including the Jamaica Juice, the English Garden and the Dark and Stormy.


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