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Wriggle launches new marketplace, The Bristol Pantry

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Wriggle launches new marketplace, The Bristol Pantry

Wriggle has launched The Bristol Pantry, “your local marketplace for the tastiest food and drinks that Bristol independents have to offer”. 

Keep Bristol Thriving keeps shopping local top of mind

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Keep Bristol Thriving keeps shopping local top of mind

New venture, Keep Bristol Thriving, will allow the city’s residents to keep shopping local whilst supporting Bristol businesses to survive. 

Steak Me Out: New Bristol steak delivery service

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Steak Me Out: New Bristol steak delivery service

Introducing the pun-tastic Steak Me Out: a brand new Bedminster-based steak delivery service launching in Bristol on Friday, April 24th. 

COVID-19 leads to creation of Bristol Food Union

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COVID-19 leads to creation of Bristol Food Union

Bristol independents have come together to create Bristol Food Union: a collaborative set up to help feed the frontline and to save our food community. 

The Red Church: Opening on Church Road this spring

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The Red Church: Opening on Church Road this spring

The Red Church – from the team behind Crack Magazine and The Spotted Cow/The Christmas Steps – will be opening on Church Road this spring.

The Wellhead: new café and cocktail bar for Finzels Reach

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The Wellhead: new café and cocktail bar for Finzels Reach

Bristol businessman Ian Johnson has bought the listed Wellhead building at Finzels Reach, which he plans to restore and transform into a bar and café.

C.U.P. Speciality Coffee & Tea to open on Park Street

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C.U.P. Speciality Coffee & Tea to open on Park Street

76 Park Street – previously home to Moss Bros, which closed in 2015 – is set to be given a new lease of life as C.U.P Speciality Coffee & Tea.

New ethical shop and bakery for Bedminster Parade?

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New ethical shop and bakery for Bedminster Parade?

The Bristol Loaf, Hugo’s and Zero Green are teaming up to create a brand new ethical shop, bakery and community space on Bedminster Parade.

The Clifton’s Vegans to open on Regent Street this February

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The Clifton’s Vegans to open on Regent Street this February

The Clifton’s Vegans – which claims to be Bristol’s first vegan and free-from shop – will be opening in Clifton Village in February.

Chatime Bristol set to open on Union Street

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Chatime Bristol set to open on Union Street

The bubble tea…erm…bubble still hasn’t burst, with Bristol set to get its own branch of franchise Chatime in the near future.