Dining Out in BS3

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North Street Standard, North Street

North St Standard is an independent bar and kitchen on North St. It is the sister bar of The Urban Standard on Gloucester Rd. Menus vary from delicious burgers and wraps, to steaks, small plates and sharing platters.

The Old Bookshop, North Street

The Old Bookshop is a sumptuous port-of-call for the discerning ladies and gentlemen of Bristol. Enjoy an ever changing menu in an intimate environment wrapped up in rooms full of antiques and curiosities.

The Lounge, North Street

Serving tasty dishes from breakfast, lunch and dinner The Lounge is something of a Bristol institution. It first opened its doors in August 2002 and since then has become one of the mot popular cafe/restaurants in the entire city.

The Spotted Cow, North Street

With a strong emphasis on British cuisine The Spotted Cow’s menu changes on a daily basis, reflecting the seasonal ingredients available to the chefs. They recently built their own roof garden, so much of the produce that ends up on your plate has travelled just a few steps into the kitchen.

The Robert Fitzharding, Cannon Street

Named after the lord of the manor in Norman times, Robert Fitzharding was the king’s official representative in Bristol and founded the Abbey of St Augustine in c1140, now the Chapter House of Bristol Cathedral.

Hen & Chicken, North Street

This lively pub in the heart of South Bristol has some of the best grub around. Their superb pizza menu combined with a Stateside grill menu of burgers, dogs, waffles and boozy shakes, means you’ll be spoiled for choice come dinner time.