All Saints’ Street, Bristol, BS1 2LZ

Having opened just in time for the festive period on November 13th, Whistle Punks on All Saints’ Street, Bristol gives you the rare opportunity to unleash your inner Thor and shed the stresses of the workweek by wielding an axe and hurling it down a lane towards a wooden target. After all, what could be more in keeping with the spirit of Christmas than gathering all your friends and family and harnessing your Viking rage in a vibrant and trendy urban environment!? We’re sure when Santa isn’t too busy separating kids into naughty and nice lists and having his elves work their fingers to the bone trying to whittle pieces of wood into hi-tech gadgetry, axe throwing is his favourite pastime.

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Forget bowling dates, heading to the lanes will take an all-new meaning once you’ve experienced Whistle Punks’ urban axe-throwing for yourself. But if the idea of trying out the world’s favourite new group activity isn’t quite enough to tempt you to stop by Whistle Punks this winter, maybe Pizzarova’s perfect pizzas are, and thanks to Whistle Punks and Pizzarova’s new Bristol collaboration, there’s now a thrilling way to get your Pizzarova fix.

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Along with its new residence at Whistle Punks on All Saints’ Street in the city centre, Pizzarova can also be found in three of Bristol’s bustling foodie havens – Gloucester Road, Park Street and Wapping Wharf. With a reputation as being perhaps the best pizza place in Bristol (plenty of our team members seem to think so), each venue boasts a sleek, modern and minimal theme, with just a few plants, neon signs, and pops of colour, allowing the food to really speak for itself – and boy does it!

All the homemade pizzas you’ll find at Pizzarova are made from an incredible 72-year-old sourdough starter, giving them their beloved thin and beautifully crisp bases – truly the best crusts in the city. The approach at most Pizzarova venues is simple – either choose from their classic but indescribably delicious Margherita, create your own pizza by choosing from an extensive range of enticing toppings, or opt instead for their Ours pizza, which sees a different seasonal special available each month. Ordering a few pots of their dreamy homemade dips is also a must, like their garlic mayo or chilli jam, which both pack a powerful punch. As the world’s most popular city for veganism, vegans are also well catered to here.

Pizzarova’s menu at Whistle Punks is a little different than what you may be used to at its other locations, with a somewhat more traditional menu, but their signature sourdough and quality ingredients are the same. Whether you order the goat’s cheese pizza topped with spinach, Kalamata olive and basil pesto, the ham pizza topped with Somerset roast ham, field mushroom and ricotta, or the vegan option piled with spinach, Kalamata olive, vegan mozzarella, red onion and cherry tomato, you won’t be disappointed. This truly is the perfect food to banish your hunger pangs after an evening spent living out all your Norse-god fantasies.

If you’d like to book Whistle Punks or Pizzarova for your Christmas get-togethers this year, find out more at the following links –

https://www.whistlepunks.com/christmas/

https://www.pizzarova.com/pizzarova-christmas-party/

Also, be sure to look out for our review of Pizzarova’s four locations in our soon to be released Bristol Food & Drink Guide. Pick up your FREE copy of the guide here or read a digital version (when it is released) here.

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