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The Star & Dove

The Star & Dove

The Star & Dove has a good reputation and was most definitely on the list as a roast to sample, if only I could call in time to book a table on a Sunday. Finally (booking 5 days in advance) I made it along this weekend and I have to say that it was well worth the wait, and I can’t believe ... 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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The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak is in a prime location in the heart of residential North Bristol. Situated at the junction where Ashley Down Road meets Gloucester Road this pub has a huge potential audience and with little real competition within the area. The only competitive roasts of note that spring to mind withi... Read On

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The Volunteer Tavern

The Volunteer Tavern

The Volunteer is a pub that I wasn’t even aware of until today, hidden away in the residential area between Cabot Circus and Old Market its one of those places you kind of need to know about to find. Considering the less that salubrious area I was very pleasantly surprised on entering to find ... Read On

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The Pump House

The Pump House

The Pump House is an imposing old Victorian water pumping station, situated on the edge of Bristols floating harbour, by the Junction Lock in Hotwells. With a gastronomic treat of a menu this is a more ‘classy’ location for a Sunday roast and the clientele and atmosphere reflect this. Sy... Read On

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No. 51

No. 51

No. 51 Stokes Croft is part of the legendary Mr Wolfs empire and as such is known for its good music and atmosphere. Regularly serving up a mixture of live music, DJs and other otological delights. They are also increasingly becoming known for serving a mean pizza, however at the weekend the pizzas ... Read On

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The Social

The Social

The Social is more of a bar / café than a pub and accordingly its menu is more breakfast and brunch focused than dedicated to all that is Sunday Roast. Situated on Cheltenham Road, The Social is in an ideal location to get passing trade. Its a very popular bar in the evenings and is rapidly becoming... Read On

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The Cadbury

The Cadbury

The Cadbury House Pub is hidden away in the back streets of Montpelier, but its reputation extends far beyond the local community. Well known for its relaxing atmosphere and regular DJ sessions this is a very popular locals drinkery. The building is rumoured to have been about since the time of the ... Read On

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The Clifton

The Clifton

The Clifton is situated in the heart of Clifton Village and has a reputation as being a bit of a trendy bar. Its located in the perfect ‘main street’ spot for passing trade, just down from the junction of Royal York Crescent and Regent Street, and has a sufficiently good reputation with ... Read On

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