As well as an amazing list of Italian wines, Veeno also has a delectable range of goodies. This Bristol restaurant serves up dishes that include charcuterie and cheese boards as well as sharing plates that are good enough to scoff alone.
Places to Eat in Bristol
Whether you're feeling a little peckish or could eat a horse, Bristol is not short of amazing places to eat and drink. The city's restaurant and bar offering is rich and diverse, full of quirky joints that will cook up everything from a toastie through to a three-course dinner. Take a look at our recommendations of where to eat in Bristol and tuck in.
When looking for places to eat in Bristol, Revolution might not be the first spot that springs to mind. Think again, as the vodka bar also has an affordable and plentiful food menu which includes burgers, Mexican food and veggie options.
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Spit and sawdust The Stable looks to the West Country when it comes to creating something to eat for Bristol. The bar has a great range of pizza, all inspired by Bristol and its surroundings; wash it down with a pint of their craft beer.
Along with 50 types of craft beer on tap, Brewhouse & Kitchen also likes to cook up something delicious. Laid-back and friendly, Brewhouse is a stalwart on the Bristol pub scene with its grub that encompasses dishes such as pies, steaks and BBQ platters.
With an AA Rosette under its belt, along with dreamy interiors, No.4 Clifton Village is a swankier spot to eat on Bristol's dining scene. Head to the Clifton townhouse for a hearty menu of steak, fish and a large range of gin.
Looking for places to eat in Bristol? Keep things low-key with a visit to Honest Burgers on Clare Street. Not only does the charming space tout drool-worthy burgers, but also tempting sides and drinks like local brews and classic tipples.
If you're looking for something healthy to eat in Bristol, then Workhouse Kitchen is a good bet with its plant-based menu. The bright and breezy spot is mainly a day hangout, which makes it a perfect option for a light lunch in the city.
The Canteen is inspired by the community with a roster of local events taking place throughout the year. The same ethos applies to the Bristol restaurant as they employ a motto of 'good, clean and fair' to their cooking.
When it comes to where to eat in Bristol, this vegetarian restaurant is up there with the best of them. Only open a few days a week, it regularly books out in advance as people come from far and wide to try their seasonal wares.
Located on Whiteladies Road, The Cow Shed is a must for meat lovers in Bristol. The restaurant has its own butcher next door, from which it can source its meat to the exact cow on the exact farm.
A top choice when it comes to eating out in Bristol, Steak of the Art combines artwork with award-winning meat. The restaurant has a variety of decorated spaces, perfect for chowing down on one of their unusual cuts of meat.
If you love burgers, then you were no doubt thrilled when Burger Theory announced they were finding a permanent home. The restaurant is just as delicious as the pop-up; grab a Blue Cow, which comes with crispy bacon and blue cheese, and thank us later.