The Welsh capital is certainly not short of places to have a drink. Here are some of the best pubs in town.
The Four Elms is a recent addition to Camra’s Good Beer Guide, which means you will be able to find a wide variety of beers on tap. There is also a pool table.
St. Canna’s Ale House is a fairly recent addition to Cardiff’s drinking scene, and it focuses on quality beers from across Wales. Settle in for an afternoon of samples and then join in the singalongs around the piano.
Tiny Rebel is a brewery from nearby Newport, but it also has a pub in Cardiff. It serves the brand’s own brews as well as a rotating selection of guest beers.
Cambrian Tap is another craft beer place which focuses on Brains brews. It’s known for great bar snacks, too.
The City Arms is a city center watering hole operating since the 1800s. It’s a favorite among rugby fans preparing for a match at the Principality Stadium across the way.
The Butcher’s Arms might feel like a country pub, but it’s right in the middle of the city. There is a decent selection of beers and lots of sporting memorabilia to look at on the walls.
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