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Bistro Du Vin

Bistro Du Vin

  The Sugar House, Narrow Lewins Mead, Bristol BS1 2NU Read On

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The Green Man

The Green Man

The Green man is a tiny little pub tucked away in the back streets of Kingsdown. I’ve walked past it many times over the years I’ve been in Bristol, but not until recently have I ventured in. To say it’s a hidden gem of a pub is perhaps an understatement and I wish I had sampled it... Read On

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The Lansdown

The Lansdown

The Lansdown is set in the heart of Clifton. The pub is very traditional in many ways with gas lighting and open fires, however is has a few quirky features that set it apart from being just another pub. You’re welcomed into a warm and friendly pub which is buzzing with conversation and atmosp... Read On

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The Runcible Spoon

The Runcible Spoon

The Runcible Spoon is a very discreet restaurant at the bottom of Nine Tree Hill. The building appears to be an old shop front from the outside but has a more ‘two up two down’ cottage feeling inside. This homely feel is carried throughout the interior, the service and the food itself. T... Read On

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The Kensington Arms

The Kensington Arms

The Kensington Arms is buried in the heart of residential Redland and is one of those pubs that you are unlikely to come across by chance. Cut off from Cotham by the railway line and not on any particular rat-run you’ll have to go looking for the Kenny, but well it’s worth the effort. Th... Read On

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Brace & Browns

Brace & Browns

Brace & Browns is a slightly upmarket restaurant come lounge bar on Whiteladies Road. Recently renovated they have made a lot of effort to establish themselves as a foody joint, serving a good selection of Tapas and other foods along with a range of wine and beers The building itself is nicely ... Read On

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Bird In Hand

Bird In Hand

The Bird In Hand is a bit off the beaten track really, buried in ‘rural’ Long Ashton its quite a trek from the centre, but it’s well worth the effort. The location is lovely as is the building with a traditional country pub feeling mixed with exclusivity and chic.¬†This is a small p... Read On

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