Hoteliers in Bristol are urging the two newly-elected mayors to give a firm show of support for the city’s hospitality industry now that they have been sworn in.
Café chain Boston Tea Party is preparing to open a huge new coffee shop in Bristol, the city they started in.
Food marketplace Gourmet 4 is planning its first two openings in the South West.
The popular street food market at Temple Quay in Bristol is set to return on Thursday 15th April.
A new barbecue restaurant called Low and Slow is opening in Bristol next month. Housed in the former Boston Tea Party site in Whiteladies Road, it will be the city’s first fast food barbecue restaurant.
Many shops, restaurants and cafes are preparing to re-open from Monday April 12th onwards at Wapping Wharf.
The pop-up tipi village of restaurants called Breaking Bread will be reopening on Bristol’s Downs on Thursday, April 15th 2021.
South West-based burger and barbecue business Hub Box has secured investment from Loungers co-founder Jake Bishop as it plans to open at least three new sites in 2021.
In one of sport’s most perceptive partnerships, all-natural revolutionary drinks brand XITE ENERGY will join forces with climate-focused race series Extreme E.
After the longest awards season ever 75 Finalists and 33 Commended have been named in this year’s regional Tourism Awards
Hoteliers in Bristol are preparing to recruit hundreds of people to help kick-start their businesses when coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
For the first time since its launch five years ago the fifty five winners from across the county received their awards virtually.
Vegan fried chicken restaurant Really Happy Chicken is planning to open their second site in Bristol in the next two months.
Not only does the new 1kg olive range taste and look fantastic, they are also packaged in fully recyclable pouches.
Bristol Event Catering Co is launching Boxed, a new delivery service that will bring boxes of local produce to households in Bristol to eat outside and barbecue when coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
Hoteliers in Bristol have cautiously welcomed the support for their sector which was outlined in the 2021 budget.