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One thing that Cardiff is not short of is bars and clubs, with more than 350 at present. More are being
added constantly. Around the vicinity of St Mary St and in front of the castle you will find the busiest bars
and clubs with a good mix of the traditional and contemporary.

Mill Lane
During the Spring and Summer months some bars in the Café Quarter along Mill lane
take on a continental feel as tables and chairs appear beneath umbrellas.

The new trend towards café bars allows you to enjoy a cappuccino and a bite to eat, and of course a
pint. That said, there are still plenty of traditional Cardiff Pubs & Clubs that serve the local specialities
such as the famous Brains bitter.

The Yard Bar and Kitchen
Simply put: the jewel in the crown of the Brains Brewery empire.  Opened on the site of the old brewery
(and Albert pub) this city centre bar is possibly the most stylish yet in Cardiff. It's also one of the
BIGGEST bars in Cardiff with a total
capacity in excess of 800!

St Mary Street, Cardiff

Edwards is an over 21's venue and is on three levels, it must be said that the
conversion from the run down Royal Hotel into this contemporary designed bar is
excellent. It is certainly a one stop venue where you can eat, drink and dance.  

St Mary Street, Cardiff

O’Neills St Mary St
The larger of the two O'Neill's bars in Cardiff - this one could be classed as a
nightclub for the non-clubbers!

Little O'Neills
The original Irish bar in Cardiff city centre. A good place to start your evening - Little O'Neills as it has
become known (due to the Big O'Neills on St Mary Street) always has a good atmosphere especially on
match days.

21 Trinity Street, Cardiff

The Toad at the Exhibition
The Toad can be found in 'the old library building' just off the Hayes in the centre of Cardiff. It's quite
popular with shoppers and office workers over lunch and night it's a great venue to really let your hair

Trinity Street, Cardiff

Henry's Cafe Bar
Henry's large glazed façade provides a link between the comfort of the large open plan interior and the
street outside.  Popular with professionals and students alike, Henry's is a great place to socialise or to
watch the major sporting events on the big screen.  Food is served with style and finesse every day all
day with a wide ranging menu to suit every taste and full table service.  

Park Place, Cardiff.

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.

Park Place, Cardiff

Formerly known as the Glassworks, this city centre bar has undergone a revamp and has been re-
incarnated as Copa.

4 Wharton Street, Cardiff

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.

Castle Street, Cardiff

The Gatekeeper
The big brash face of corporate pubbing. The drinks are cheap, the place is packed and the atmosphere
is manic.  JD Wetherspoons 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.

Westgate Street, Cardiff

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.

Castle Street, Cardiff

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