The Food Passport is Back!

After last year’s record sellout, the Food Passport is back! And this year, we’ve added two more districts for you to explore.

Bristol is home to one of the most exciting and diverse food scenes in the country, and for ten days in June, you’re invited to try it all. With the city positively packed with top quality food outlets and independent businesses, the Food Passport is your ticket to become fully immersed in it without breaking the bank. 

Roam your way around across Bristol’s best neighbourhoods for independent eateries, as your 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!

With over 35 restaurants, cafés and bars to uncover, you might discover your new favourite hangout. So grab your passport, pack a bag, and head off on a voyage through the best food Bristol has to offer from 12th-23rd June.

This year, the three passport districts are:

  • Bristol’s Independent District – includes the famous Gloucester Road, finalist of the Great British High Street 2018
  • Bedminster – host to the annual Upfest street art festival, make sure to check out the murals while you explore
  • Clifton Village – with its glorious Georgian architecture and the world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge

You can choose to have your passport posted to you for a small postage fee (please order before 7th June if you would like your passport delivered to you), or collect your passport during festival week from the Festival Hub at Colston Hall. 

Head to our events listings to choose one, or collect them all and see how much of Bristol you can tick off over the ten days of the festival.

Designed by Susan Taylor

With thanks to travel partner, GWR, for their support of Food Passports. Their Freedom Travelpass is the perfect way to travel around the city by bus and train during the festival.

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