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Pop Up Beerd

After a long walk yesterday, a train out to Shirehampton followed Blaise Castle, Sea Mills and the walk up the gorge, we found ourselves in Clifton hungry and thirsty. 301 more words

Ale

Dinner @ Graze, City Centre, Bristol

My experience at Graze was mixed.

Firstly we arrived at 8pm, so it was late and by this time we were very hungry.

It has a lovely warm interior, and it was full of people – to be expected on a Saturday night. 434 more words

Bristol

Dinner @ Nomu, Whiteladies Road, Bristol

One of the best Japanese restaurants I’ve been to!

Sat inconspicuously on Whiteladies Road is Nomu, a really warm and inviting, and very tasty Japanese restaurant. 235 more words

Bristol

Baguette

I am going on a long walk in the sunshine later this weekend, so I thought it would be worth having something to make a decent pack up from. 69 more words

Bristol

Time for grown up politics?

I am writing this blog after reading an article in the Bristol Post by the Mayor of Bristol about what it’s like to be Mayor and the extent of the abuse and vitriol he has to put up with on a personal level everyday. 910 more words

Politics

Moor beer!

Well this is exciting news!

Moor beer are moving to Bristol and have some ambitious sounding plans for their new location.

http://moorbeer.co.uk/rumour-control/

These guys make great beer and strike a lovely balance between making solid, traditional ales and some exciting, wackier creations. 18 more words

Ale

our (not so) daily bread :: 2

Although sourdough bread has become extremely fashionable in recent years, it’s fair to say that its chewy texture and characteristic tang are something of an acquired taste. 838 more words

Bristol