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Hope & Anchor

Modern British8.6 miles 38 Jacob's Wells Road BS8 1DR

Sitting halfway up the rather steep Jacob’s Wells Road is this independent free house, where delicious food and tempting drinks are served in a warm and welcoming setting.
Step inside and you’ll be greeted by traditional decor – think pictures adorning the walls, tables tucked into corners and a large b...

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Broken Dock

Bar-Restaurant8.6 miles Millennium Promenade BS1 5SY

With a picturesque location overlooking a beautiful corner of the Floating Harbour and Brunel’s SS Great Britain, Broken Dock is full of surprises. Even the ambient lighting and contemporary decor couldn’t prepare us for how special our visit would be. With a glass of fizz in hand my partner and I shared starters of blue chees...

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Eldon House

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.6 miles 6 Lower Clifton Hill BS8 1BT

A recent change of management has seen The Eldon House revived and rejuvinated after some time in the wilderness. Now, instead of tacky drink promotions, you'll find a return to more traditional values - a pleasant, bright and cosy place serving a good stock of excellently kept beer and interesting food. Minutes from Clifton Village...

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Spitfire Barbecue

Barbecue8.6 miles 1 Hannover Quay BS1 5JE

Walking into Spitfire is like stepping into a barbecue lover's dream - the meaty, smoky aroma and promise of cold beer had us hooked from the moment we arrived. Located on Hannover Quay, just a few minute's walk from the city centre, this laid-back joint offers a warm and inviting atmosphere and a lip-smacking menu guaranteed to ...

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Spoke & Stringer

Cafe Bar Restaurant8.6 milesHarbour Inlet Lime Kiln Road BS1 5AD

Visit Spoke & Stringer on the picturesque harbourside for a unique dining experience. Their best-selling brunch is served throughout the day, and features favourite dishes such as poached eggs with lime smashed avocado, pesto and harissa, shakshuka, and their very own house breakfast.
Following on from brunch is an even...

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99 Queens

Café8.6 miles 99 Queens Road BS8 1LW

Serving top-notch breakfast and lunch, 99 Queens is a quiet hideaway and the perfect setting in which to lose yourself for a couple of hours. Tucked between Clifton Village and Whiteladies Road, this unique all-day dining spot has become the perfect casual dining eatery, where fresh juice and fluffy pancakes meet homemade panini a...

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Café8.6 miles 99 Queen's Road BS8 1LW

Delighted by the popularity of his quirky Bath shop, Rosario opened his Bristol (Clifton) café with the aim of bringing a slice of Sicily to the West Country. Rosario’s Clifton is located in the sophisticated Clifton village area, adjacent to the University of Bristol. The café is open seven days a week and offers its own blen...

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The Three Tuns

Traditional8.6 miles 78 St George's Street BS1 5UR

The Three Tuns is one of the oldest pubs in Bristol. As such, it’s garnered a great reputation over the years as being a go-to destination for those in search of a hearty meal. Particularly popular options include beef and ale stew with dumplings accompanied by hearty bread, and creamy mushroom stroganoff served with rice. For s...

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The Wild Beer Co

Bar-Restaurant8.7 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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Better Food – Wapping Wharf

Cafe and Deli8.7 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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British8.7 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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The Druid's Arms

British8.7 miles Stanton Drew BS39 4EJ

Situated nextdoor to one of the country’s largest prehistoric stone circles in Stanton Drew, The Druid’s Arms is an historic country pub with a beautiful traditional appearance. The pub is so quaint, in fact, that it was recently featured in ITV’s Broadchurch . In the winter months, The Druid’s Arms is the perfect place to...

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The Olive Shed

Mediterranean8.7 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 Brass Pig

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.7 miles 1 Clifton Heights Triangle West BS8 1EJ

The Brass Pig has become a regular destination for students and Clifton residents alike following a change in management and a fresh new approach 18 months ago. Situated on the Clifton Triangle, The Brass Pig opens at 11am every day. From Monday to Saturday, it stays open until 2am, making it the perfect destination for those lookin...

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The Cuban

Bar-Restaurant8.7 milesUnit 2 Millenium Promenade BS1 5SZ

Located just off Millennium Square near Bristol’s scenic Harbourside, you’ll find The Cuban, a vibrant bar and restaurant aiming to bring the true spirit of Havana to the heart of Bristol. Inside, the exposed brick walls and rustic wood panelling channel the ramshackle charm of Havana Vieja. Walls are adorned with framed pict...

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