The Future of Food: thinking about sustainability

How much do you think about the future when picking out your next meal? Sustainability is a hot topic at the moment (rightly so – as we try to make some headway into fixing some of the mistakes of the past and the impact we have had on this planet) but how much does it…

Glitch Eatery Launch!

Glitch has always been much more than a hair salon: art gallery, music venue, plant shop and kitchen! The multi-concept store is soon to have a little bit of a makeover though to launch their new eatery, focused on the “Bunwich” – where they are mixing up fashion and food even more.  “What is a bunwich?”…

FareShare – Green Food Tour

There are times when I have to sit and reflect on how lucky I am. Firstly, I was born in the best city full of the dreamiest people… And more seriously, I am fortunate enough to have never worried about going hungry – something I so often take for granted. Over the last few weeks I…

Hotel du Vin Bristol – new Prix Fixe menu

There are some people in your life that particularly deserved to be spoilt. Luckily I got to spoil just that person recently when I took my friend Gemma to the delightful Hotel du Vin Bristol. I was kindly invited to visit as they launched their new Prix Fixe menu. Created by their Head Chef Marcus…

Espensen Spirit: learning to infuse some tasty gin

I recently had the absolute pleasure of attending a gin/vodka infusion workshop at the beautiful Bristol Spirit. Having purchased a workshop as a present to my mum last year (where they caused a raucous but had the BEST time) I was jealous and could not wait to try it out for myself. Who are they?…

St George’s – Classical Mixtape Live

It is difficult to find the words to describe the magical experience of Classical Mixtape Live. Lying on a cosy blanket on the floor of the gorgeous and atmospheric surroundings of St. George’s hall – listening to the entrancing sounds of the various classical musicians and beautiful voices of the Exultate Singers moving around the…

Valentine’s Day: embracing or avoiding the romance in Bristol

Whether you’re a lover or a fighter of the evening that celebrates St. Valentine’s, there are lots of exciting and quirky events happening around Bristol to keep you entertained. Grab your friends/family/new love/old flame (probably not all together) and take a gander at these opportunities to celebrate the ones you love… (or grab a bottle…

Heartfelt Vintage – Vegan afternoon tea

I use the words fabulous and fab A LOT. Probably (definitely) too much… But there are some experiences that warrant the use of the word. Having spent a truly scrumptious and indulgent afternoon in the delightful surroundings of Heartfelt Vintage, I have found said fabulous experience! Surrounded by their beautiful collection of vintage fashion, bridal wear…

Suncraft: Tasty food for the soul

As the weather turns grizzly, part of you may be craving all the stodge (if you’re like me, it will be mostly potato based) but your body is likely in most need of all the healthy stuff to help your body ward off the inevitable lurgy trying to attack from every corner. A few years…

1766 Bar and Kitchen

If there is one thing that will get me out and about on a rainy day, it’s the promise of scrummy food! A few weeks ago I ventured out on a grizzly Saturday to check out what’s been going on behind the scaffolding in the newly refurbished Bristol Old Vic. And it was worth getting…

1766 BAR & KITCHEN: NEW OPENING

Those that often frequent King Street are likely to be intrigued by the goings on around Bristol Old Vic Theatre. Well on Monday 24th September (tomorrow if you are reading this straight away) all will be revealed as the new 1766 Bar & Kitchen opens in the newly redeveloped foyer of the historic theatre –…