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    Turtle Bay, Broad Quay: 2019 Review

    Please note: our food and drink at Turtle Bay Broad Quay were received free of charge, but this in no way impacted on our opinion. We were not obliged to write a positive review, and the venue did not see this review before it was put up on the site...

  • 5 days

    A chance to win with Wriggle Burger Week!

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    August 19th to 25th is Wriggle Burger Week here in Bristol: a week where the Wriggle team have joined forces with some of Bristol’s best burger purveyors to offer a variety of special offers, secret menu dishes and competitions galore....

  • 5 days

    Mezzaluna, West Street: Review

    Sometimes, you stumble across a neighbourhood restaurant that has plenty of overwhelmingly positive reviews on Facebook and TripAdvisor – somewhere you’ve never considered going before that makes you wonder if it’s worth a visit.
    Sometimes it is, and you discover a new favourite. Other times, you wonder why you bothered....

  • 6 days

    CowBee opens August 18th on College Green

    As of Sunday, August 18th, the former HSBC building on the corner of Park Street and Unity Street will be home to artisan dessert joint CowBee.
    Owned by Circencester couple Adam and Nicola Sztuka, the original plan for CowBee was to open in June to make the most of the summer. But while it may have taken longer than expected, those with a sweet tooth now have another Park Street dessert venue...

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