As well as being a sports hangout, Racks Bar And Kitchen is also an intimate restaurant. Take a pew in their dining area where rustic chic comes in the form of bare bulbs and exposed brick, whilst their food menu is full of classics such as pizzas, pies, and of course, a hearty Sunday roast.
Restaurants in Bristol
From super swanky eateries for a celebratory spread to laid-back basement bars for a weekend snack, this city's burgeoning dining scene is as varied as it is delicious. But that's hardly a surprise considering the number of top chefs roaming these streets and the focus on local produce taken by many kitchens. Farm-to-fork fajitas? No problem. A poolside Mediterranean feast? You've got it. Check out our list of restaurants in Bristol for a selection that will more than satisfy any hunger pang.
The Bristol Stable is your go-to for an evening of craft brews and stone-baked pizza, cooked before your eyes in the open kitchen. But these aren't any bog-standard slices. Quirky toppings include slow-roasted lamb shoulder, pulled ham hock, BBQ jackfruit and hot smoked salmon.
No.4 Clifton Village is ticking all sorts of boxes when it comes to eating out in Bristol. The former Georgian manor offers a range of dining choices, from a secret garden to a relaxed bar area. Hungry? The kitchen will have you in food nirvana with seasonal menus ensuring you get the freshest produce around.
If you're after a special meal in Bristol, you can't go wrong with Browns Brasserie & Bar. Known for their quintessential menu of British favourites and hand-crafted cocktails, the sophisticated restaurant also whips up afternoon teas and boasts jaw-dropping interiors.
The Cowshed is widely recognised as one of Bristol's best restaurants with its timeless decor and utterly delicious menu. Food doesn't get much fresher as they source their meat from the butcher next door, only using cuts that can be traced back to farm and breed of cow.
As one of Bristol's most popular vegetarian restaurants, Flow might be small but it certainly is mighty. The place is only open from Wednesday to Saturday and uses unique ingredients to shape their menu, from foraged plants through to homegrown veggies.
With the Bristol Old Vic as its backdrop, 1766 Bar & Kitchen is giving new meaning to the term 'dinner with a view'. Open seven days a week, the eatery has an array of menus available, with everything from breakfast to Sunday lunch and pre-theatre menus to evening cocktails.
A haven for indecisive diners, Rock Salt is bringing some of the most iconic dishes from Indian and Chinese cuisine to Cotham Hill. Plating up dim sum and sweet and sour chicken alongside samosas and Kashmiri lamb, this innovative restaurant's got to be one of the most unusual places to eat in Bristol.
When it comes to the comfort food classics, Burger Theory know a thing or two about whipping up a delicious patty. Choose between their drool-worthy selection of beef, chicken, lamb and veggie options, touting toppings such as bacon jam, jalapeno ketchup and smoked cheddar.
It isn't hard to see why Pata Negra's one of the city's most popular tapas and wine bars. A great date night choice, the intimate spot offers a range of Spanish wines, highball drinks and beers, accompanied by Rioja-braised ox cheeks, Basque fish stew and more.
Housed inside a former banking hall, Cosy Club has got to be one of the most beautiful restaurants in Bristol. Think high ceilings, marble floors and hanging chandeliers. As for food, you're spoiled for choice with burgers, tapas, seafood and brunch all up for grabs.