The Siren’s Calling

CURRENT SITUATION

The bar is now open on reduced hours. Please find attached a copy of the risk assessment for your information.

https://sirenscalling.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Covid-19-Risk-Assessment.pdf

We are continuing to do deliveries on Saturdays. We will also be offering take outs during opening hours. The opening times are Tuesday (1600-2100), Wednesday (1600-2100), Thursday (1600-2200), Friday (1400-2200), Saturday (1200-2200) and Sunday (1300-2100). Please go to What’s On The Bar for more information on what is available.

Thank you to all our friends of the bar, and please stay safe during these times.

The Siren’s Calling is a congenial community focused pub on the delightful Portishead Marina.  With a primary focus on supporting independent business, its offerings include specialist local, national and international beers, premium wines, and a varied spirits menu including selective gins and single malt Scotch whiskies.

Opening in May 2018 amidst a sensation of controversy, with rumours abound about its focus as a 24 hour live music venue, a high end wine bar and even a lap dancing bar, The Siren’s Calling has now built up a regular following for its modest attitude in comfortable surroundings with wonderful views of the Marina.

The bar hosts regular live music sets, beer festivals, tap takeovers and tastings.  It is also home to “The Bristol Brewery Challenge”, an annual event which showcases the finest beers being produced by Bristol’s independent Craft Brewers.

New guests and four legged friends are always welcome.  So come, wind down and leave your troubles outside as you succumb to the lure of The Siren’s Calling.

Upcoming Events

  1. Six Nations Saturday

    October 31 @ 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  2. BRISTOL BREWERY CHALLENGE 2020/2021 LAUNCH

    November 5 @ 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm

"Well, then--our course is chosen--spread the sail
Heave oft the lead, and mark the soundings well
Look to the helm, good master--many a shoal
Marks this stern coast, and rocks, where sits the Siren
Who, like ambition, lures men to their ruin. "

Walter Scott