Strawberry Thief

26 Broad Street, Bristol BS1 2HG


The Strawberry Thief is an elegant bar restaurant in the creative heart of Bristol’s old city. Specialising in Belgian beer with a range of over 60 beers (including specialist local beers from independent producers), quality wines, and premium spirits.

The Strawberry Thief launched a kitchen partnership on 1st November 2016 with The Chocolate Bear Kitchen to provide diners with a unique experience of inclusive food (gluten and dairy free) to complement the wide range of quality beers and wines on offer. A sample menu is available on this website, and bespoke menus can be created for private parties (we take Xmas bookings also). The menu is 100% gluten and dairy free (apart from the cheese board!), and 50% vegan. Snacks to graze on. Mostly Vegan. All very moreish! Guilt free afters. All sweets are Vegan. Gluten and dairy free brunch. Mostly Vegan! All Delicious!

Inclusive dining in inclusive surroundings. We hope to welcome you soon


The Rose of Denmark

6 Dowry Place, Hotwells, Bristol BS8 4QL

Ah, the rose of denmark, an old but perfectly formed gem of a pub nearby the river and close to the flyover. Since the 1800’s, and maybe beyond, a welcome pub with friendly folk, warming fires and tasty fayre. Recently under new management the rose also boasts an array of evening entertainment.

Its Josh here, manager of the rose of Denmark.

In reply to your question we offer a variety of vegan options on our main menu, for example we have vegan burgers aswell as salads, vegetable strudels, vegetable stews. Lunchtime menus always feature a vegan sandwich and more often than not the soup itself is vegan.

Additionally our ploughmans options are packed full of vegan choices ranging from dolmades to sun dried tomatoes. Aswell as vegan mezze platters. Our weekly curry and burger nights on Wednesday and Thursday respectively feature a vegan option on a regular basis.

I would just like to note that we keep our menus in a constant state of flux and our chefs are always open to slight tweaks here and there. Any more questions please don’t hesitate to ask, will gladly send you accross a menu example if required.

Best wishes, Josh, Manager

Hope & Anchor

38 Jacob’s Wells Road, Bristol BS8 1DR

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Just a little heads up to say we are changing our menu at the Hope & Anchor, all our vegetarian options are now vegan and we are increasing the offering gradually over the next couple of weeks. 11/2/2017

The Hope & Anchor is run by Peter Gibbs and his team who also run the gorgeous Volunteer Tavern near Cabot Circus shopping centre in Bristol. Similar to the Volunteer Tavern they serve the same high standard of craft beers. You’ll find many of the vegan friendly local beers from Arbor and Wiper & True, plus ones from further afar too. Catering for all tastes and budgets, there are always vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

Nettle & Rye

16 King’s Rd, Bristol BS8 4AB

To continue the theme of central based bars opening up new locations around Bristol is Nettle & Rye just a short walk from the Clifton Downs. Having created a reputation for quality products and traditional values at their sister pub, The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer, they’ve continued their ethos to the new Clifton venue. At the Nettle & Rye they have a passion for championing UK only craft beers. The staff are equally as friendly and passionate and will be happy to guide you with your choices. The range of beers will vary from local heroes such as Moor, Arbor and Wiper & True to the likes of The Kernel and Beavertown. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

Brewhouse & Kitchen

31 – 35 Cotham Hill, Clifton, Bristol BS6 6JY

The latest addition to Bristol’s beer scene is the new Brewhouse & Kitchen that fills the craft beer void up on Cotham Hill. The interior is beautifully styled with chandeliers made from beer bottles, a fire pit, natural wood and glimmering tiles. Along one side is gleaming copper brewing equipment allowing you a glimpse of the brewing process. The first thing to hit you when walking in is the familiar smell of malt in the mash tun or hops in the boil. There’s a range of beers brewed onsite
and Mark, the head brewer, has made all these unfined and therefore vegan friendly. The guest beer selection here is outstanding with a range of kegs that feature vegan friendly offerings from the likes of Camden Town and Meantime. There’s also fridges full of bottles too. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

The Barley Mow

39 Barton Road, St Philips, Bristol BS2 0LF

Located a short walk from Temple Meads station and Moor Beer Co. is the traditional looking Barley Mow. The interior may be small, but the beer range offered is far beyond limited. Nearly 18 taps are split between cask and keg beers with the details of each displayed on blackboards near the bar. On cask the veganfriendly offering will often be from Moor. However the keg listing is far greater with all the usual vegan friendly Bristol breweries featuring, in addition to some breweries from further afield including Liverpool’s outstanding Mad Hatter Brewing Company. The Barley Mow also provide a vegan option on their food menu varying from falafel burgers to vegan cottage pie. It’s in the perfect location for weary travellers. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

Bavarian Beerhouse

46-48 Queen Charlotte Street, Bristol  BS1 4HX

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The Bavarian Beerhouse is not simply a German Restaurant and bar, it is also a meeting place for friends or even strangers due our long wooden benches and tables. Our newest addition to the Bavarian Beerhouse Family is our Bristol venue, opened in September 2013. Near to the waterfront and Queen Square, this beautiful venue has all the charm of it’s London siblings.

All our beer and food is sourced from Germany. We have our own refrigerated truck driving to and from Germany on a regular basis to guarantee our fresh produce.

It’s not just this however that makes us so authentic but also the authenticity of our staff, who are mostly all native German speakers!