Bar + Block, King Street

Sat opposite the Apple, Bar + Block is new to King Street after its successful openings in Bath, Birmingham and London (amongst others). With an outdoor terrace that overlooks the cobblestone quayside, Bar + Block offers guests both bar, restaurant and al-fresco seating – which should see visitors through all times of the year. We […]

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The Real Greek, 84A Glass House

When it comes to chain restaurants, there’s always a lot of Italian, American (burgers!), Japanese and even French options. Greek restaurants are far less common. Most of us are aware of the benefits of the Mediterranean diet but it’s rare that we find it served on our high street. Enter, The Real Greek. Sat just […]

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Shambarber, Unit 5 Gaol Ferry Steps

If you’ve been in Bristol for a while, you’ll probably have heard of Shambarber, a local hairdressers and barbers. Originally a pop-up at the Shambala festival it’s grown to open two permanent branches in Stokes Croft and Wapping Wharf, the latter being a shipping container. Shambarber’s claim to be a cool and quirky hairdressers is […]

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Turtle Bay Brunching, 8 Broad Quay

Turtle Bay has always been a favourite in Bristol on the weekend. You head over for some hot and spicy Caribbean food with some background reggae beats and stay for a couple of cocktails, or four, in the evening. 2-4-1 cocktails people, 2-4-1 cocktails. This year the restaurant/bar have started a new venture and jumped […]

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The Florist, 69 Park Street

Walking up Park Street, you may have noticed a new kid on the block, The Florist. With pastel blue walls and intricate gold detailing out the front, it’s certainly not somewhere you could miss. Large floral bouquets are visible from the windows and within, climbing up the four levels of the building. The Florist is […]

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