Food and Drink – Seven Magazine – The Quadrant may appear to be one of the smallest pubs in the area, but it is Tadis-like and the basement wine cellar must still be one of the best-kept secrets in Bristol.
Evening Post – With a huge range of wines on offer, a tasty selection of snacks and wine-tasting events held on a regular basis, it’s worth making a special trip to Clifton to discover what sets this particular wine bar apart.
Evening Post – Unpretentious simplicity is the order of the day.
Folio – The ground floor’s a light, airy bar offering wines, spirits and continental lagers, with comfy seating for relaxing with a cup of coffee and newspaper, while downstairs is the wine cellar, with bespoke features like a bar-top embellished in wine case ends and oak casks setting the atmosphere.
Folio – You’ll find some of the world’s best wines on offer.
Bristol Secretary – From the street, The Quadrant seems like a bustling inner city, sophisticated wine bar. As you walk in you are greeted by a sweeping bar fully stocked with wines and champagnes from around the world as well as local cask conditioned ales and continental lagers.