Pie Baby @ Golden Lion

www.instagram.com/piebabypies

244 Gloucester Rd, Bristol BS7 8NZ

We are super excited to be taking up residency with the good folk at The Golden Lion. We have a new place to call home where you can come get vegan pie most nights of the week. Vegan pie for everyone! We aim to be up and going before the start of October, details of events and a launch party to come.

Pie Baby was created by me, Lara and my husband Finn. We make delicious vegan pies to fill your hole! Two things we are passionate about are animal welfare and food. We combine these two passions into seriously satisfying, sumptuous, pastry filled pockets of pure joy with a kiwi twist – potato topped pies!

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East Village Cafe (veg)

Boyce’s Ave, Clifton Village, Bristol BS8 4AA

East Village Cafe in the heart of Clifton Village promises to be a 100 per cent vegetarian cafe.

Healthy food and drink on offer will include sandwiches, smoothies and salads, and there will also be plenty of vegan and gluten-free options.

The new cafe, that doesn’t yet have an opening date, is set to occupy the site of the former Arch House Deli between Boyce’s Avenue and Victoria Square.

See more on Bristol247.com

 

 

VBites franchise opportunity

Dear Bristol Vegans,

I work for VBites, manufacturers of the world’s widest range of vegan meat, fish and dairy substitutes, and operators of the famous VBites Café restaurant on East Street, Brighton.
We are looking for potential franchisee’s who might be interested in opening a vegan pub kitchen in the Bristol area. If you might be interested please register on our website and we’ll get in touch.

Best Wishes

Jasper

Jamaica Street Stores

www.jamaicastreetstores.com

37 – 39 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8JP

Serving a selection of modern, produce-focused, innovative food and drink, Jamaica Street Stores will mirror the changing seasons of the UK. Our menus will have no culinary boundaries – drawing from the team’s personal experiences of working and travelling across the world. We will be dedicating a section of the menu to inventive raw plates, as well as making ample provision for those who choose not to eat meat with 50% of our menu consisting of plant based dishes.

Upholding a strong line on ethical sourcing, our chefs Billy Trigg and Charlie James have been working together to design our menus. Driven by ethics and quality, they have selected the right produce for our kitchen. Animal welfare, sustainable farming practice, fair trade, and environmental impact will be at the heart of what we create and how. The West Country provides us with a wealth of sustainable, artisan produce to select from. When we need to look further afield for the perfect ingredient, we will be just as choosy with those goods and expect 100% traceability from all our suppliers.

Jamaica Street Stores is due open on September 16

Exchange Coffee Co (veg)

www.facebook.com/exchangecoffeeco

72-73 Old Market St, Bristol BS2 0EJ

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DING DONG! Some of you might know a rockstar vegan chef (of Kino & Roll for the Soul fame) has just joined our family at your fave Old Market punk venue, Exchange to take over the kitchen.

Our new menu will be tex-mex inspired with a healthy, modern twist & we’ll be launching it in full on 18/09. Until then every weekday we will have an array of delicious vegan shit for you to shove directly in your faceholes with brekkie from 8am – 11am & lunch from 11am – 3pm.

ALL THIS WEEK & NEXT…. VEGAN BANANA PANCAKES with blueberry sauce, available for breakfast weekdays – eat in or take away

Exchange Coffee Co. is an offshoot of The Exchange, a live music venue located in up & coming Old Market. E.C.C aims to provide a communal music centric space with its laneways style cafe offering sustainably sourced locally roasted coffee & light bites during the day plus a fully stocked bar serving cocktails, beers and spirits later in the day.

Tame the Mane

www.facebook.com/tamethemanebristol

165 Fishponds Road, Bristol BS5 6PT (openng 29th September hopefully)
We arent open yet, but believe we are possibly the first in the uk to be only using herbalist approach. Absolutely zero chemicals. We use things like… Licorice, comfrey, soapnut, goodeberry, vinegars, clays, banana, avocado, oils etc. Two of us, have been mobile hairdressers for years. Both want to help encourage people to take a new approach to haircare and that it is linked to health and nutrition too!

Not a hairdressers…Apothecary hair health clinic and style service. Hair food and alchemy! Using 100% Natural, edible homemade tailored products. Natural hair food, health and alchemy…No ordinary salon! We focus on bringing hair to it’s natural glory and helping people on the path to repairing years of hair abuse. Using only homemade plant based solutions tailored to you, our motto is … Only put on your body what you would put in your mouth. TRULY 100% natural hairdressing is finally here.