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The Food Passport

Roam your way around across Bristol’s best neighbourhoods for independent eateries, as your Food Passport guides you from place to place, earning you tasters and samples as you go.

At each food venue listed in your passport, you will be offered a complimentary taster or small plate. Once you’ve savoured your taster, your passport will be stamped and it’s onward ho!

This year, the three passport districts are:

Bristol’s Independent District – includes the famous Gloucester Road, finalist of the Great British High Street 2018.
Businesses included: Replay, Flour & Ash, Persian Deli, St Mary’s KitchenThe Coconut Tree, Spicer + Cole, The Gallimaufry, Suncraft, El Colmado, Pigsty, Tincan Coffee, Planet Pizza, Hobbs House Bakery and Alchemy 198. Due to unforseen circumstances, Burger Bear is currently closed for refurbishment.

Bedminster – host to the annual Upfest street art festival, make sure to check out the murals while you explore.
Businesses include: Bubble Play Cafe, Storysmiths, Albatross Cafe, The Old Bookshop, Hugo’s, Zara’s Chocolates, Hobbs House Bakery, Tincan Coffee, Shake Express, Southville Deli, Tobacco Factory Cafe, and El Rincon.

Clifton Village – with its glorious Georgian architecture and the world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge.
Businesses include: Fishers, Nutmeg, Bar Chocolat, The Clifton Sausage, Saffron, East Village Cafe, Reg the Veg, Otomi, ANNA Cake Couture, Bar 44, Fujiyama and Spicer + Cole.

Will you choose a new area to explore, or challenge yourself to complete all three passports in the 10 days of this year’s festival?

All of the venues provide a vegetarian option, and many of them can also cater for vegan diets, however please check the respective business websites for more information, or make the venue aware of any dietary requirements when you arrive.

Passports are available for pick up or purchase from The Tourist Information Centre: Monday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm.

Please note that passports are only valid at businesses between 12th-23rd June 2019. Please refer to your passport and check business opening hours before visiting.

 

Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances, Thali and Flip have closed their businesses. This will affect the Bedminster and Clifton passport trails.

 

With thanks to Food Passport supporter and our travel partner GWR.

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    The Food Passport

    Theme: Week 2, Tastings, Walks and Tours
    Venue: Colston Hall, Citywide
    On: Throughout the Festival
    Cost: £12

    Roam your way around across Bristol’s best neighbourhoods for independent eateries, as your Food Passport guides you from place to place, earning you tasters and samples as you go.

    At each food venue listed in your passport, you will be offered a complimentary taster or small plate. Once you’ve savoured your taster, your passport will be stamped and it’s onward ho!

    This year, the three passport districts are:

    Bristol’s Independent District – includes the famous Gloucester Road, finalist of the Great British High Street 2018.
    Businesses included: Replay, Flour & Ash, Persian Deli, St Mary’s KitchenThe Coconut Tree, Spicer + Cole, The Gallimaufry, Suncraft, El Colmado, Pigsty, Tincan Coffee, Planet Pizza, Hobbs House Bakery and Alchemy 198. Due to unforseen circumstances, Burger Bear is currently closed for refurbishment.

    Bedminster – host to the annual Upfest street art festival, make sure to check out the murals while you explore.
    Businesses include: Bubble Play Cafe, Storysmiths, Albatross Cafe, The Old Bookshop, Hugo’s, Zara’s Chocolates, Hobbs House Bakery, Tincan Coffee, Shake Express, Southville Deli, Tobacco Factory Cafe, and El Rincon.

    Clifton Village – with its glorious Georgian architecture and the world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge.
    Businesses include: Fishers, Nutmeg, Bar Chocolat, The Clifton Sausage, Saffron, East Village Cafe, Reg the Veg, Otomi, ANNA Cake Couture, Bar 44, Fujiyama and Spicer + Cole.

    Will you choose a new area to explore, or challenge yourself to complete all three passports in the 10 days of this year’s festival?

    All of the venues provide a vegetarian option, and many of them can also cater for vegan diets, however please check the respective business websites for more information, or make the venue aware of any dietary requirements when you arrive.

    Passports are available for pick up or purchase from The Tourist Information Centre: Monday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm.

    Please note that passports are only valid at businesses between 12th-23rd June 2019. Please refer to your passport and check business opening hours before visiting.

     

    Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances, Thali and Flip have closed their businesses. This will affect the Bedminster and Clifton passport trails.

     

    With thanks to Food Passport supporter and our travel partner GWR.

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