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Tobacco Factory Cafe Bar

Located on Southville’s bustling North Street, the Tobacco factory Cafe Bar is a hub for great food, drink, music and art. Converted from a historic factory, once at the heart of Bristol’s industrial past, the bright, contemporary and welcoming space is a unique spot to eat and relax with family and friends.
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Tap room @ Bristol Beer Factory

Full offering of BBF beers and some great local spirits. Cord Kitchen provide banging burgers & stunning Sunday lunches!
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Steam Crane

A North Street staple, where you can enjoy one of their signature selection of beers, bring your food, and get inspired by their showcase of art from local artists, or just to enjoy their outdoor terrace

The Malago

The Malago uses local suppliers to bring the freshest ingredients, their skilled chefs use seasonal produce imaginatively to create a dynamic menu that is inclusive of vegetarians and vegans.

Spotted Cow

The Spotted Cow is situated on North Street in the heart of Southville. The pub benefits from a large walled garden to the rear which is a great suntrap and a perfect oasis to escape from the city.

Hen & Chicken

Located in the heart of North Street, The Hen & Chicken is a lively bar serving great food & drink and is home to live comedy, music, talks, theatre and games nights.
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Old Bookshop

The Old Bookshop Kitchen serves Vegetarian and Vegan comfort food 7 days a week from their friendly neighbourhood bar; ranging from dirty loaded fries to laffa style loaded wraps; with a selection of bar snacks also available.


Located on North Street, KASK has been described as ‘that buzzing unpretentious wine bar you discover in a backstreet on a European city break, where you have a giddy night of drinks + food recommended by the folks behind the bar, and which you rave about to all your friends when you return home.’ Imagine that, but in Bristol.