Travel Info

Bristol is a very accessible city, whether you’re travelling by car, train, bus or plane. Have a look at this website to find out more:

http://visitbristol.co.uk/about-bristol/travel-to-bristol

 

Reaching our Venues:

Friday’s venue is south of the river. There is local parking but limited, so we recommend cycling or walking from the centre.

Saturday’s evening venue is centrally located and on a busy, popular road with limited street parking nearby. We recommend reaching the city centre by public transport and walking where possible.

The nearest NCP car park to Hamilton House is the St. James Barton Car Park on Bond Street.

Food

Bristol has one of the best food scenes in the UK, so you can’t go too wrong no matter where you go out to eat! Here are a few centrally located recommendations from us, all of which have good vegetarian and/or vegan options.

For restorative breakfasts – Pinkman’s, The Boston Tea Party, The Bristolian

For lunch – Your best bet is to hit the street food scene! Check out the Harbourside weekend market, St Nicholas’ covered market, or the recently rejuvenated foodie heaven that is Wapping Wharf. There are many other places – Bristol has a lot to offer… Ask us for more tips.

For dinner – by Hamilton House, you’ve got The Canteen, Poco Tapas Bar, The Crofter’s Rights, The Social, Almedina Grill and Juice Bar, and Pieminister.
By the Southbank Club, try the North Street Standard, the Old Bookshop, Viva la Mexicana, or Bertha’s Pizza.

100% Veggie restaurants – Cafe Kino, 1847, and Flow.

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“The Bristolian”