Left Handed Giant Brewpub, Compressor Building, Finzels Reach, Bristol BS1 6EU
Two and a half years ago we did our very first street food event at the Left Handed Giant taproom in St Philips in Bristol. Since then, both businesses have thrived, adding several awards and accolades to our belts, and we’ve now decided to take our iconic “beer and pizza” relationship to the next level…
This Summer the LHG Brewing Co are going to open their iconic brew-pub at Finzels Reach in the centre of Bristol and have invited Mission Pizza to run our very own kitchen within the brewery. We need your help to make this happen.
We need £22,000 to build a wood-fired Napoli pizza oven in the heart of Finzels Reach so that we can make world class pizzas to match their world class beers. Serving food all day, seven days a week, including takeaway, we want to build a kitchen that helps us stay close to our street food roots, whilst also introducing a range of sides, desserts and other exciting food options. We are vegetarian and vegan pizza-specialists and our full menu will continue to be 100% veggie with vegan alternatives available for 99% of our menu. Bristol is, after all, the official vegan capital of the world!
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77-79 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3RD
Masa + Mezcal is a lively Mexican Cantina in the heart of Stokes Croft, Bristol, born from our passion for the two magical M’s that make up our name. We discovered and fell in love with masa and mezcal during our travels in Mexico 15 years ago.
Everything on our daily changing menu is made in house from scratch in our open kitchen. As well as our regular menu we offer a specific plant-based menu for vegan diners or those looking to reduce their meat consumption. Our dishes have clean fresh flavours and are made with high quality ingredients focusing on careful preparation and simplicity. Our entire menu is 100% naturally gluten free.
42-44 Caledonia Place, Clifton Village, Bristol BS8 4DN
39 Milsom Street, Bath BA1 1DS
The Ivy Clifton Brasserie is in the heart of Clifton Village, Bristol, and is located in the old NatWest Bank on the corner of Caledonia Place and The Mall, overlooking The Mall Gardens.
Open seven days a week, The Ivy Clifton Brasserie offers accessible all day dining for local residents, businesses, shoppers and visitors to the area, and brings some of the familiarity of The Ivy brand to ceaselessly chic Clifton Village. Reservations are encouraged, however some tables are held back for walk-ins, offering accessible, all-day dining in a relaxed setting.
The Ivy Bath Brasserie on Milsom Street offers relaxed yet sophisticated all-day dining in historic Bath Spa.
See the vegan / vegetarian menu HERE.
18-20 Regent Street, Clifton Village, Bristol BS8 4HG
The newest member of our family of tapas bars “Bar 44 Bristol” officially opened its doors on the 1st August 2018.
Situated in an old bank on Regent Street, Clifton village, the building has been lovingly and inspirationally refurbished bringing a fun and sophisticated restaurant space. A new 100% Spanish drinks list has been launched along with a brand new unique tapas menu. Regular customers from our sister Bar 44s will be happy to see some of our signature dishes dotted amongst a whole host of tantalising new creations.
44 Park Street, Bristol BS1 5JG
Why book at Transylvania- well it’s definitely different from your high street offering! It’s an independent business managed and owned by the creators. Alin’s theme is actually based on Transylvania, home to Dracula and the decor is both Romantic and Dark! The music, classical is layer at a perfect level to enjoy an intimate meal as well as welcoming to our customers wanting a traditional and local dish.
Alin and Anna with uncle Petro (head chef) are from the area of Transylvania and will deliver you a personal and friendly experience with great food. Well worth a visit – but please, beware if the bats haha!
39 Gloucester Road, Bristol BS7 8AD
A new plant-based restaurant and takeaway for Bristol will open its doors to diners from 6pm this evening (Thursday 27th September). Suncraft, based on Gloucester Road, is run by the team behind sister venue The Gallimaufry which is located just across the road.
Head chef Kane Danaher, previously at The Ivy Clifton Brasserie, has developed an initial launch period menu (to which more dishes will be added) including freshly prepared Asian inspired bowls of:
- Lentil Dhansak
- Dumplings and parsnip mash
- Spiced potato & spinach cakes
- Soba noodle and rice salads
- plus sides, sharing plates and desserts.
All of which will be freshly prepared on site for speedy lunches or dinners and are plant-based and Vegan with the majority being gluten free.
From Thursday 27th – Saturday 29th September, Suncraft will be open from 6pm-10pm, closed Sunday 30th, then from Monday 1st October the restaurant will be open seven days a week from 12noon till 10pm. Dine in and takeaway orders are placed at the counter and dishes will change up every three months based on the availability of the ethically sourced ingredients.
49 Moorland Road, Bath BA2 3PJ
YES! You heard us right… our new menu is launching Tuesday 24th July from 5pm! Make sure you get yourselves down to try it – it’s a cracker!
Including great VEGAN and GLUTEN FREE options!!
Fire and Brew is the brainchild of a restaurateur, brewery owner and a cider maker; friends Lee, Chris & Krow.
With a passion for great beer, pizza, cider, coffee and service, the three directors opened the restaurant in December 2016. With great handmade pizzas and a beer list with over 50 different craft beers from all over the UK, and more importantly, right here in Bath! The seasonal menu is made with fresh, local ingredients, with pizzas named after the surrounding streets of the restaurant here in Oldfield Park.
Yes, we do have Vegan pizzas and Vegan cheese.