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A cappella

Pizza9.6 miles 184c Wells Road Totterdown BS4 2AL

Having already been named TripAdvisor’s top pick of the ten best-rated independent pizzerias in the UK, A cappella was also hailed by The Guardian as Bristol’s Best Budget Italian in 2011 and was voted Bristol’s Best Café 2012 at the Bristol Good Food Awards.
A cappella has been widely regarded as the city’s best p...

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The Rope Walk

Traditional9.7 miles 5 Nelson Parade BS3 4JA

Combining a love of street art with her catering and hospitality expertise, Annie Pope opened The Rope Walk, a fantastic traditional pub in the vibrant Bristol area of Bedminster. Inside, striking prints adorn the walls, and candlelit tables and cosy furnishings create a warm, relaxed vibe, while outside the inviting courtyard sho...

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Eat Your Greens

Cafe-Restaurant9.7 miles 156 Wells Road BS4 2AG

Located in the thriving Bristol suburb of Totterdown, Eat Your Greens is a fantastic café that’s built a stellar reputation for its delicious plant-based fare. Everything is homemade from scratch, locally and ethically sourced, and the team’s care and attention to detail is evident in every morsel. The café has a relaxed, fr...

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La Tavola D’Oro

Italian9.7 milesUnit 1-2 Red Lion Court 5 Town Street BA4 5BD

La Tavola D’Oro sits proudly on Shepton Mallet’s quaint High Street. It is a modern and spacious restaurant serving authentic Italian cuisine in a relaxed ambience. We took our seats and sipped refreshing local cider while perusing the extensive menu, full of hearty classics to please all palates. I opted for a vibrant Caprese...

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Better Food – Wapping Wharf

Cafe and Deli9.7 milesWapping Wharf Gaol Ferry Steps BS1 6WE

The arrival of Better Food at the Harbourside’s new Wapping Wharf development has been embraced by residents as well as those using the new Gaol Ferry Steps walkway. Better Food is not only a superb organic supermarket, but also boasts a charming café, complete with an outdoor seating area. The ethos behind the company is very ...

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The Wild Beer Co

Bar-Restaurant9.7 miles Units 6-8 Gaol Ferry Steps BS1 6WE

Since opening last year, Wild Beer has become one of Bristol’s most popular watering holes. On a sunny day, the deckchairs and al fresco seating become prime real estate, as people vie for the best spot in which to soak up the sun and harbourside views while enjoying Wild Beer’s brews.
We popped in one gloriously sunny ...

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The Rose of Denmark

Traditional9.7 miles 6 Dowry Place Hotwells BS8 4QL

The Rose of Denmark, a friendly authentic English pub, has been serving thirsty Bristolians since the 1800s from a pretty spot overlooking the Cumberland Basin. The roaring log fire, friendly staff and welcoming atmosphere have ensured its status as a must-visit pub.
An ideal place for a pint, inside or out, The Rose of De...

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Meadows Tea Rooms & Restaurant

British, Cafe and Farm Shop9.7 milesPuxton Park Cowslip Lane BS24 6AH

Situated on the same site as Puxton Park, and the Puxton farm shop and butcher, many of Meadows Tea Rooms & Restaurant’s ingredients are sourced on-site. The team is passionate about supporting local suppliers, and the head chef carefully selects produce including cheese, bread and groceries from independent businesses withi...

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Florence Restaurant

Italian9.7 miles 31 Oxford Street BS3 4RJ

Florence Restaurant has revolutionised Bristol’s Italian cuisine offering. Since the restaurant’s opening, the talented kitchen brigade has worked hard to channel a passion for fine food into a menu that’s bursting with authentic Italian dishes crafted from the finest ingredients.
Every day, the breads and sauces unde...

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British9.7 milesCargo 1 Gaol Ferry Steps BS1 6WP

Inspired by their Queen Square festival roots, the team at Eat Drink Bristol Fashion opened its second permanent venue in the city at Wapping Wharf’s Cargo development in October 2016. Located on the top deck of Cargo 1, Root looks out across Bristol’s iconic harbour, offering an unrivalled view of the city skyline from the la...

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King William Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.7 miles Tunley Road Tunley BA2 0EB

It may be that you've driven past the unassuming King William Inn before without stopping by - after your first visit, however, you certainly won't make that mistake again. After being greeted with familiarity and warmth, we took up a seat in the smart, rustic-style restaurant. The specials board quickly caught my eye, listing tempt...

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The Shrubbery Hotel

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.7 miles 17 Commercial Road BA4 5BU

Not one to get lost in the foliage of mediocrity, The Shrubbery Hotel is an exemplary place to stay in the region. Standing in the ancient market town of Shepton Mallet, this hotel is an ideal base for people aiming to visit the many tourist attractions in the area. With the Mendip Hills, Cheddar Gorge and even Worthy Farm just a few...

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The Olive Shed

Mediterranean9.7 miles Princes Wharf BS1 4RN

The Olive Shed’s faultless food, delightful staff and rustic Mediterranean vibe has seen this independent gem placed at the top of many a food-loving Bristolian’s list. Set in the heart of Bristol’s historic harbour, The Olive Shed undoubtedly boasts one of the best views in Bristol. Opt for a table in the outside dining are...

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The Pump House

Modern British9.7 milesMerchants Road Hotwells BS8 4PZ

The Pump House is an award-winning restaurant that boasts a beautiful waterside location. On the ground floor sits the boutique bar, where you’ll find an impressive drinks selection that includes local ales, guest beers and 700 different gins. Diners are invited to take a seat on the ground floor, head outside to the sun-trap te...

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Siam Harbourside

Thai9.7 miles 129-131 Hotwell Road BS8 4RU

Greeted with a smile by Siam Harbourside’s owners Andrew Leedham and Atima Wintrip, my dining companion and I enjoyed a leisurely Singha beer and some prawn crackers next to the log fire before being led to our table. To start we chose king prawns deep fried in coconut-milk batter, coated with honey and sesame seeds, and crispy ...

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