Three Brothers Burgers

Welsh Back, Bristol BS1 4SB

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The Three Brothers concept is simple – great burgers and an ever changing and extensive range of craft beers and ciders. Open throughout the year, Three Brothers offers outdoor seating on the terrace overlooking the floating harbour during the spring and summer months. In the winter, the main restaurant offers an escape from the cold with its roaring wood fire.

Vegans/vegetarians, isn’t it annoying when visiting meaty restaurants that you have to search through the menus to find something vegan/vegetarian?? Well, at 3Bros, you just turn over and all our vegan and veggie dishes are listed on the one page! Simples. Ladies & Gentleman, our brand new Three Bros Vegan & Veggie Menu!

King Street Brew House

Welsh Back, Bristol BS1 4RR

The King Street Brew House is an urban style city centre pub with its very own micro-brewery, creating an eclectic range of cask and keg beers.

We serve a delicious array of modern classic pub food all day from lunchtime until late, all prepared using the freshest ingredients inc Pumpkin, chickpea and lentil curry, served with basmati rice and cauliflower pakora; Black bean patty with mizuna, tomato and slow roasted BBQ jackfruit; Spicy Black bean patty with sticky mushrooms, mizuna and cashew vegan mayo; Mushroom, lentil and spinach wellington with a coconut curry sauce.

Our beautiful Micro Brewery has been the beating heart of the King Street Brew House since it opened in 2016. If you have a look at our keg list on the wall there is a (v v) symbol written next to the vegan beers – I hope this helps!


15 King Street, Bristol, BS1 4EF

The Full Moon, 1 North Street, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3PR

(NEW) Pepenero Mobile, City Centre BS1 4UA

See latest menu HERE.

Authentic Italian Pizzeria

Pepenero is a family owned and operated authentic Italian pizzeria located at The Beer Emporium in the heart of Bristol city centre. In addition to over 30 vegan, veggie and meat pizzas, we offer a full range of authentic italian appetisers, light snacks, pasta dishes, soups, salads, and desserts. And of course, as a part of The Beer Emporium, we offer a full range of local and premium imported beers, ciders and spirits.

We have a full menu of vegan and vegetarian starters, mains and desserts, including over 10 vegan and 10 vegetarian pizzas!

Dessert! We have lots of homemade vegetarian and vegan desserts, including our AMAZING homemade (vegan) Gelato.

We hope to welcome you at Pepenero Organic Pizzeria soon.


King William Ale House

20 King Street, Bristol BS1 4EF

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All Samuel Smith’s beers are brewed solely from authentic natural ingredients without any chemical additives, raw material adjuncts, artificial sweeteners, colourings, flavourings or preservatives. Samuel Smith’s pubs sell our own range of Scintilla Soft Drinks. All Scintilla Soft Drinks are suitable for a vegan diet except for the Tomato Juice Cocktail which contains anchovies.

Vegan product list HERE.

Small Bar

31 King Street, Bristol BS1 4DZ

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Despite the name, there’s not only plenty of room inside (including an upstairs), but also a huge selection of beer to choose from. It’s one of the quirkiest bars in Bristol with the beer selections written on pallets hung from the wall. Thankfully the listings are well organised by beer style, from Pale Ales to Sours, to make choosing easier. Also not to be missed is the wonderfully titled ‘Crazy Shit’ selection of strong or unusual beers! The walls surrounding the bar are adorned with the pump clips of beers that have featured on the taps throughout their short history. Small Bar are also unique with the interesting branded glassware that they offer in various sizes to enjoy your drink from. The beer lineup often includes Bristol breweries such as Moor or Left Handed Giant as well as other vegan friendly ones from around the UK including Camden Town Brewery and Chorlton Brewing Company. Olly (BVBG)

Vegan food options from Wings Diner.

The Beer Emporium

15 King Street, Bristol BS 1 4EF

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The Beer Emporium features an extensive bottle shop upstairs, but it’s downstairs where things start to feel magical. A beautifully carved wooden staircase leads you to the old brick vaulted cellar. Sections of the ceiling have stained glass cut into them flooding parts of the bar with a colourful glow. Again, there’s a great range of beer on tap and will often feature Moor and Wiper & True in addition to some more unusual world beers including Rodenbach Grand Cru. Some members of staff are quite helpful and can tell you which are unfined. As you’d expect, the bottle offering is superb with lots to choose from including bottles from America and Belgian. Olly (BVBG)

The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer

17-18 King Street, Bristol BS 1 4EF

Part of the Beermuda Triangle in King Street is The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer. Over 20 beers are on tap at any time and it nearly always includes some veganfriendly breweries. The range usually includes something suitable from Moor or further afield like Beavertown, Fourpure or Camden Town. They have a huge wall devoted to listing all the beers that are currently available, often with short tasting notes too. There’s a fantastic bottle range too. You’ll often find sport being shown or live music by the fireplace. There’s a warm and welcoming atmosphere to this pub, an ideal place to spend a Sunday afternoon. Olly (BVBG)