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Pubs and Bars with Restaurants, Bar, Bar-Restaurant0.2 milesBristol Marriott Hotel City Centre 2 Lower Castle Street Old Market BS1 3AD
Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre is located right in the heart of it all – close to everything Bristol has to offer, from theatres and the harbour to shops, bars and restaurants. However, you’re sure to want to spend a bit of time sampling the hotel’s contribution to the food and drink scene. The Marriott’s Urban Roof Te...View full review
Fine Dining, British0.2 miles Philadelphia Street Quakers Friars Cabot Circus BS1 3BZ
Over the years, Harvey Nichols has become a UK institution, popular with many for so much more than the stylish shopping experience it offers. Head upstairs at the shiny new Bristol store and you will find one of the reasons this international store continues to impress. The Second Floor Restaurant offers fantastic fine dining for...View full review
Chinese, Chinese and East Asian0.2 miles 16a St Thomas Street BS1 6JJ
A ﬁrm ﬁxture on Bristol’s eating out scene for over 17 years, Dynasty is widely regarded as a favourite for foodies. The proud owner of an array of awards, Dynasty has been declared one of the UK’s top ﬁve Chinese restaurants by The Observer – and on perusing the extensive menu, all becomes clear. Dishes range from the...View full review
British, European, French, European, Brasserie0.2 miles The Friary Building Cabot Circus BS1 3DF
Brasserie Blanc’s aim has always been to offer a relaxed atmosphere where family, friends and colleagues can enjoy beautifully cooked dishes inspired by Raymond Blanc’s childhood in France. In pretty Quakers Friars, at the heart of Bristol city’s shopping quarter, Brasserie Blanc is tucked away in a stunning Grade I listed m...View full review
Italian, Italian0.2 miles 76 Victoria Street BS1 6DR
The team at Marco's Olive Branch pride themselves on authenticity. Embracing their heritage, in terms of Sardinian culture and its cuisine, they have created a new à la carte menu of delectable Mediterranean dishes. Homemade stone-baked pizzas, breads and favourite Sardinian specialities of fregula, culurgiones, pasta and pane ca...View full review
Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.2 miles 59-63 Baldwin Street BS1 1QZ
Pubs as traditional and welcoming as The Old Fish Market are hard to find in busy city centres, particularly when their offering includes top-notch food at very reasonable prices; it’s hardly surprising, then, that The Old Fish Market has become a mainstay of the pub scene in Bristol. Situated on Baldwin Street,&n...View full review
Italian0.2 miles 59 Baldwin Street BS1 1QZ
For the last 65 years, Giuseppe’s has served outstanding Italian food in the centre of Bristol. With its romantic lighting, wood panelling, white tablecloths and regal, burgundy decor, this family-run restaurant is as warm and welcoming as it is authentically Italian.
To start, I couldn’t resist the juicy pan-fried scal...
Pub, Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.2 miles 13 St Nicholas Street BS1 1UE
Seamus O’Donnell’s is a traditional Irish pub found next to St Nicholas Market in Bristol, offering a friendly greeting to all who visit. It’s so good to see one of the area’s last traditional pubs thriving in a world of bistros and wine bars. Serving one of the best pints of Guinness in the city, alongside real cask ale, ...View full review
Italian, Italian0.2 miles Quakers Friars BS1 3BU
For an authentic taste of Italy, head to Carluccio's in Bristol. You are never too far from fresh Italian cuisine, with one restaurant in the heart of the city and one located in busy shopping centre, The Mall at Cribbs Causeway. Carluccio's is the perfect place to enjoy a morning coffee, a light lunch with colleagues or a full th...View full review
International0.2 miles All Saints Lane BS1 1JH
Hidden down a quiet lane in the bustling centre of Bristol is the atmospheric Rummer Hotel. Enter this listed building and head down the stairs to discover the cellar dining room – an ambient space, where award-winning cuisine is served, next to a micro-distillery producing gin and vodka. The ﬁve-course dining menu boasts a choic...View full review
Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.2 miles Hilton Garden Inn Temple Way BS1 6BF
Only a short stroll from Bristol Temple Meads train station is the City Café Restaurant & Bar, Hilton Garden Inn’s stylish restaurant. It’s a light and airy venue thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows that run the length of the dining area, and boasts a warm and welcoming atmosphere, enhanced by light jazz music.
Cafe and Deli, Cafés0.2 miles 1-3 Exchange Avenue St Nicholas Market BS1 1JW
Situated in the heart of Bristol's Old City, Source offers the opportunity to buy the best local produce and dine from a seasonally changing, ethical café menu. The menu showcases a range of produce - whether it be Old Spot pork or Cornish mackerel - from a close network of local suppliers, as well as one of the best breakfasts i...View full review
Barbecue, The Americas0.2 miles Glass Arcade St. Nicholas Market BS1 1JQ
Following the success of the Grillstock festival, launched in Bristol in 2010, it was soon clear that this fi re-and-smoke, Southern-style chow was here to stay. The Grillstock pit crew are now a foodie mainstay of St Nicholas Market, known for the quality of the low-and-slow American-style barbecue they serve to their meat-loving...View full review
Italian, Pizza, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants, Bar, Bar-Restaurant0.2 miles 22 Nelson Street BS1 2LE
The Lanes is one of Bristol’s best-loved institutions, known to everyone as a one-stop shop for fun in the city centre. Stepping through the doors feels a little like stepping back in time; the bowling alley has a certain vintage charm, helped by the photobooth and dis...View full review
Modern European, British0.2 miles Broad Street BS1 2EL
Located in the city centre, The Thistle Grand Hotel is a quiet haven in the heart of buzzing Bristol, and is one of the city's oldest and finest four-star hotels. The beautiful building dates from the Victorian era - the splendid architecture means that the hotel more than lives up to its name. Tyrells restaurant, situated in the ...View full review