Bristol Food & Drink – January 2017

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Welcome to 2017!

Just a quick January round up, seeing as we’re all broke and trying to stay indoors away from the frost (although I have to say that the pubs are no less busy – good on you, Bristol!)

Here’s a nifty summary of what you can munch and slurp your way through this month…

Events

It’s a classy affair this month, with lots of opportunities to have an extra special January…

First up, if you want to kick start your month by being kind to your body – Yoga Brunch will be at The Forge on Sat 21st with food from ASIAPOP!

To celebrate the launch of their new bar in Whitehall, Bristol Spirit are hosting a Bowie Brunch on Sat 14th Jan, which includes 2 courses of food (chipotle shakshuka – yes please!) & 2 Espensen Spirit drinks (including their yummy blueberry gin) for £25.

Don your kilt and best mock Scottish accent – The Ox is hosting a Burns Night Dinner on Wed 25th, where you can get a 3 course feast with a flight of whisky for £30.

To finish off the month in style, Spanish Sunday returns to Pata Negra on the 29th Jan, with an unlimited cava and tapas brunch for just £22.50 – I’ve been before and it is immense, make sure you give it a go.

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Courses and workshops

Take the opportunity to learn something new to start the year…

Pop-ups

Catch them before they go…

  • 5th Jan-5th Feb – Kebabylon at Love Inn (see the menu below – woooof!)
  • 5th-14th – Pickled Brisket pop-up at The Three Tuns
  • 26th-28th – Sausagenius and Pickled Briusket mash up at The Oxford in Totterdown
  • 27th – Matatu Kitchen 4 course blues buster feast (£25)

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Newbies

Lots of new places for you to try this month, see how many you can tick off before February starts!

  • The Slurp Shop has opened in the same building as the oriental supermarket on Denmark St, serving ramen by the same team behind Sticks & Broth
  • Chris and Jo’s Kitchen has moved from The Vittoria to their own digs on St Michael’s Hill – pop in for some top notch & great value dishes, with lots of vegan options.
  • Bristol Spirit opens its doors on Whitehall Rd from 20th Jan, serving seasonal menus alongside drinks from local infused spirits company Espensen Spirit.
  • Ceres is worth a visit for some beautiful & tasty Melbourne-style brunches
  • Muiño is now open on Cotham Hill, serving a bizarre mishmash of Mediaterranean-inspired small plates and burgers
  • Earthcake on North St is one of the latest vegan openings in town – serving lush cake, sandwiches and assorted sweet treats

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  • Old Market has seen a raft of new businesses in recent months, including tapas bar Barrika and the cosy Portuguese Tavern.
  • The second Atomic Burger is opening in Broadmead in what used to be Steam – a good place for you to load up on mega burgers and nostalgic decor!
  • Broadmead will also soon be home to a new branch of Department of Coffee.
  • Quakers Friar has seen 2 new openings from upmarket chains CôteBrasserie and L’Osteria.

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Dates for the Diary

 

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