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Ocado: now delivering to central Bristol…

Good news for food-loving Bristolians: as of the start of March, online supermarket Ocado are now offering deliveries within Bristol. The company, best known for their partnership with Waitrose, offer a range of branded and Waitrose products, along with their own range of Ocado-branded items, developed to provide customers with quality products at reasonable prices. […]

Wine Club @ The Hole In The Wall, Queens Square

“We’ve set up a little club at The Hole In The Wall for our loyal wine-quaffing guests. Think of it as a VIP lounge for vino lovers, just much friendlier – and it won’t cost you a penny. Quite the opposite, in fact, when you see the savings in store…” So begins the description of […]

Win Pieminister vouchers and celebrate British Pie Week!

If you haven’t celebrated British Pie Week yet, there’s still time…and what better way to do so than with free pie in our Twitter competition, courtesy of Pieminister? Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email  

50/50 Friday at Goldbrick House this Friday, March 11th

Celebrate the start of the weekend at Goldbrick House on Park Street this week! If you book a table to dine on Friday, March 11th, you and your fellow diners will receive 50% off your total food bill… Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email  

Best In Bristol: the winners…

Some of you may remember that I had a mini-survey up on the blog in February, asking people to nominate their “Best In Bristol” in a variety of food and drink-related categories. Some of you (well done to Anna, Georgia and Jo) may have even won one of the three prizes that were on offer. […]

Preview the menu of The Botanist…for free!

In an age when many pubs are permanently shutting their doors (independent pubs, that is – the chains seem to be ever expanding…), it’s good to see new and interesting places on the scene. Berkeley Square’s The Botanist, opening in April, will be a much-needed breath of fresh air in the Triangle area… Subscribe to […]

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Pancake Day @ The Thali Café, March 8th

Not long to go till Shrove Tuesday…but if you’re not keen on the idea of the White Bear’s pancake eating competition and you don’t fancy cooking traditional pancakes at home, join the Thali Café for their unique take on the occasion… Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email  

MyCityCuisine.org – Contributors Needed!

An interesting email popped into my blog’s email inbox this morning, making me aware of MyCityCuisine.org – described as “a Wiki project to create a free, reliable and up-to-date guide to the most original and tasty local dishes from different countries of the world”. I’ve had a browse of the site, and there’s some fantastic […]

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Home-grown food heroes at Tyntesfield…

This week, for the first time in two years, visitors will finally be able to see North Somerset’s Tyntesfield without scaffolding, as the Victorian mansion and chapel were re-opened to the public on Monday, February 28th… Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email  

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Dine out with a difference at the City of Bristol College

If you’re looking to eat out but fancy a meal with a difference, then book a table at one of the City of Bristol College’s restaurants, where all dishes are prepared and served by students working towards their catering qualifications… Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email