It’s that time of the year again, and if your dad is anything like ours you’ll no doubt be racking your brain over what to get someone that doesn’t really want anything this year for Father’s Day. Birthdays and Christmas are challenging enough as it is and we’re sure he’s bored of socks and chocolates no matter what he says!!!
Well if you don’t know how to show your dad you love him this year, there’s no better way than with an incredible feast he’ll never forget. After all, what dad wouldn’t enjoy a glass of his favourite beverage and a hearty Sunday lunch in one of Bristol’s best venues to celebrate the day, and what savvy son or daughter could pass up an incredible deal like the ones we’ve rounded up for you below!?
From our review: Symonds at Redwood is just a few minutes’ drive from Clifton, situated on the former site of the Redwood Hotel. Set in the peace of the countryside, the village is surrounded by 15 acres of landscaped gardens, and is the ideal setting for a quiet escape from the city. The minute guests arrive, they relax as they soak up the calm atmosphere. Inside, contemporary decor meets English charm. Bottle-green chairs, polished wood tables, and mirrors and artwork dotted on the walls lend a simple, modern elegance, making dining here feel laid-back. The stylish atmosphere calls for food to match, and the sophisticated surroundings are echoed in the menu of fresh locally sourced, seasonal dishes.
Father’s Day: This Father’s Day, Symonds at Redwood is offering a bespoke three-course Father’s Day feast for £29.50. Full of delicious Sunday lunch options such as starters of Wye Valley smoked salmon or chicken liver parfait, mains like their roast sirloin of beef with goose fat potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and horseradish cream, and desserts such as their dreamy chocolate fondant with salted caramel sauce and honeycomb ice cream, Father’s Day lunch couldn’t get any better.
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From our review: The Square Kitchen restaurant, serving modern British cuisine with an international twist, is situated at the top of Park Street in a Georgian townhouse. Adjoining a laid-back private members’ club for creatives, the restaurant is open to all. Dine in the elegant restaurant space or outside on the hidden terrace – perfect for all weather thanks to the sun umbrellas and heaters. The award-winning restaurant serves a seasonal menu, which is renewed quarterly and crafted from locally sourced produce. Options include an à la carte evening menu, a lighter lunch menu, and contemporary private dining menus to suit a range of occasions and budgets.
Father’s Day: Dine with your dad this Father’s Day and he’ll receive a free complimentary beer when ordering a 2-course or 3-course meal. Only valid on June 16th, the 2-course dinner is priced at £19.95 whereas the 3-course feast is priced at £24.50 and includes starters such as cucumber gazpacho or ham hock terrine, mains like roast sirloin of beef and barley or lentil nut roast, and a choice of desserts like their incredible chocolate fondant with peanut butter ice cream or tiramisu. For further details, visit their website or call them on 0117 921 0455.
From our article: Are you tired of being sent to the same old and uninspired hotels for your business trips, frequenting the same boring bars, sleeping in the same depressing beige bedrooms, and using your hotel’s pathetic excuse for a gym? Are you searching for a brand new venue that puts the modern traveller’s needs first, ensuring each guest can expect an invigorating and stress-free night with each stay? Then Village Hotel Club, known for its many modern and stylish hotels in locations all across the UK, is here to save the day.
Just around the corner from the UWE Exhibition and Conference Centre and within easy reach of the M5, M4, and M32, you’ll be right at the heart of things when you stay here. Offering visitors everything they need all under one roof, the Bristol hotel boasts 153 stylish, high-tech bedrooms, with high-speed Wi-Fi, large flat screen TVs, a state-of-the-art 24hr, 7 days a week gym with over 100 classes a week to choose from, a steam room, sauna, and pool, and a dedicated meeting and events hub. Designed with comfort and convenience in mind, you’ll soon be wondering what you ever did without it.
Father’s Day: This Sunday 16th June, every dad who dines off The Village Hotel Club’s 4-course Father’s Day Sunday lunch menu will receive a free pint and Village vouchers with a value of up to £60. For more details, terms and conditions, or to book, call The Village Hotel in Filton near Bristol on 01925 873284 now.
From our review: Racks Bar & Kitchen is one of Bristol’s most unique venues. Once a wine cellar, Racks is now a spacious bar and restaurant offering fantastic food, a sunny terrace and an excellent selection of drinks. The venue features a roaring open fire in the winter months and comforting, rustic decor, making Racks the perfect place to dine whether you’re after a delicious breakfast or brunch, a generously priced lunch, an exclusive evening meal or one of the best Sunday roasts in Bristol. Don’t miss the fantastic weekly offers including Penny Pizza Tuesday, Pie One Get One Free on Wednesdays and £2.50 Prosecco during the week.
Father’s Day: This Father’s Day, bring your dad over to Racks for a delicious Sunday feast and your dad will receive any ale, Ashton press, or Becks free with their meal. With great offers on food throughout the day and a number of different dining options available, Racks is the place to be this Father’s Day. Racks will be running their usual menu as well as delicious roast dinners, and if you book in at Racks after 5pm on the Sunday, you’ll get their organic rib-eye steak and handcut chips for a steal at just £10.
From our review: No.4 Clifton Village, is an AA-rosette-awarded restaurant. The head chef is known for designing outstanding seasonal menus using the freshest local produce. The restaurant has an array of weekly offers and discounts, which include Steak Monday and Bottomless Prosecco on a Thursday.
Along with enticing seasonal menus, No.4 has also carefully created a wine list to complement each dish. The selection incorporates vibrant and classic wines from all around the world. The venue itself is an idyllic Georgian building displaying many of its original features, with the addition of a custom-made jam jar chandelier with modern, regal decor to match. The secret Georgian garden at the back of the venue is another hidden gem and makes a delightful addition to summer events at No.4. In keeping with its history and style, No.4 also offers a selection of afternoon tea packages and interactive gin tastings. There’s something for everyone at this charming dining destination.
Father’s Day: This Father’s Day, No. 4 Clifton Village’s award-winning kitchen team has created a must-try, unique menu for the occasion. From 12pm until 3pm, choose from special Father’s Day starters such as Portobello mushroom fritter, goats cheese mousse and balsamic reduction, traditional mains like rosemary and thyme roast chicken with slow-roasted garlic, cherry tomatoes, seasoned roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire pudding and gravy, and to-die-for desserts like their vegan rhubarb, gin and tonic terrine, their indulgent chocolate brownie with lavender Chantilly, and rustic apple pie with vanilla ice cream. With 2 courses for £18 and 3 for £22, plus free drinks for dads, it’s recommended that you book in advance to avoid missing out.
Other Father’s Day deals around Bristol
The Coconut Tree Gloucester Road– Bring your dad to The Coconut Tree on Gloucester Road this Father’s Day at anytime from midday until 9pm and he’ll be able to choose any 3 dishes from their regular menu for free. Known for its tapas-style menu of tempting Sri Lankan street food dishes, if your dad isn’t a fan of a traditional Sunday roasts and fancies something a little more exciting this Father’s Day, The Coconut Tree is the perfect place.
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Las Iguanas Harbourside – This Father’s Day, every dad gets a free bottle of beer when they order a main course from Las Iguanas’ al la carte menu. Plus, kids eat for free when they bring a grown up too. And if that wasn’t enough of a tempting offer, Las Iguanas will donate £1 for every dad dining at one of the many restaurants across the UK to Orchid, a charity that exists to save men’s lives from testicular, prostate and penile cancers through a range of support services, education and awareness campaigns and a pioneering research programme. Known for its menu full of delicious Latin American dishes, who said Father’s Day lunch had to be all about roast beef, roast potatoes, and gravy?
For more details or to book, visit their website: www.iguanas.co.uk/fathersday?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIp5qLk7vP4gIViLHtCh07uwfxEAAYASAAEgI2a_D_BwE