Set in the heart of Bristol, Yurt Lush brings a touch of the Mongolian plains to the city as a cafe, bar and venue offering a welcome alternative to the area's urban landscape. With a reputation for good food, Yurt Lush is Eat Drink Bristol Fashion's permanent home in the city.
Now part of Butcombe Brewery, the Ostrich Inn is located on Bristol's floating harbour. Built around 1745 it is full of charming character and history. It is also well known for having the largest outdoor seating area in the city as well as their own smugglers cave!
One of Bristol’s oldest character pubs dating back to the early 1600’s (the pavement still has iron edges to prevent damage by heavy cart-wheeled carriages), the Seven Stars remains largely unchanged from its origins in a city now packed with an ever changing sea of trendy bars and clubs.
At the edge of Bristol’s historic area in the shadow of St Mary’s Redcliffe Church, the Portwall Tavern is a traditional, friendly and unpretentious drinking establishment popular with lunchtime and early doors crowd.
Wetherspoon is a large UK chain of pubs and bars which offer reasonably priced food and drinks in often unique buildings with historical interest.
Ye Shakespeare is one of the oldest pubs in Bristol which dates backs to 1636. Serving modern and classic pub grub using fresh ingredients from local suppliers and cooked to order.