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Celebrated for delicious wines and Italian produce, Veeno is not to be missed in the heart of the bustling Temple Quay area. Veeno was created around the Italian Aperitivo: Drinking, eating and relaxing after work. This said, Veeno Bristol is a popular destination for meetings and lunches during the day.
The Clockwork Rose creates an atmosphere of Steampunk: a genre of science fiction that has a historical setting, typically featuring steam-powered machinery rather than advanced technology. Visitors can find themselves surrounded by compasses, machinery and cocktails, guaranteeing an evening of discovery and fun!
In the daytime you can enjoy lunch, brunch and afternoon tea. In the evening they are a vibrant, chilled out restaurant and bar serving dinner, classic cocktails, prosecco, wine and champagne. Enjoy your drinks with their sharing platters - from a hot charcuterie platter to the classic cheese board and vegetarian meze. They have a fantastic space for private events and occasions and they even run entertaining cocktail masterclasses.
The King Street Brew House is an urban style city centre pub with its very own micro-brewery creating an amazing range of both cask and keg beers. This eclectic range is complemented by an ever changing array of guest craft brews from the local area, UK and the USA. The Tank Room in the basement is a great space for hosting parties.
Situated right in the heart of Bath, The Cork boasts two bars, a conservatory and a very large alfresco terrace area. A full, varied range of wines, cocktails, hot beverages, real ales, cider, craft beers, plus an extensive list of whiskies, Bourbons and rums really makes The Cork one of the best pubs to visit in Bath. We are proud to have been accredited by Cask Marque, an award given to pubs serving great cask ale.
Widely acknowledged to be one of Exeter’s best ale and cider pubs, The Old Firehouse is very popular with students and locals alike and offers a buzzy atmosphere along with a great range of food and drink. Our Head Chef has been trained to the highest level in French, Italian and traditional English cuisine and creates delicious, rustic food using locally-sourced ingredients where possible.
From pub favourites and delicious vegetarian dishes to giant pizzas to feed a crowd, there’s so much choice that no-one’s going to go hungry!
Welcome to the most vibrant restaurant in Cardiff. Three floors of luxurious surroundings, themed on the renovated Chapel first constructed in 1877. The French-Italian Gothic themed creation was originally designed by the architect Henry C Harris, renowned for his incredible structures throughout Cardiff and Wales in the late 1800s. Chapel 1877 offer a bespoke fine dining experience in the city centre.
The Pontcanna Inn is ideally located on Cathedral Road, close to Sophia Gardens and a short walk from the University, Castle and the SSE SWALEC, the Principality and Cardiff City Stadiums. You’ll find a welcoming bar and lounge area plus fantastic terraces to the front and rear of the pub. Our talented chefs serve up a tempting menu of hearty and healthy food and if you are feeling thirsty, we offer an eclectic range of craft beers, real ales, cider, wines, cocktails and spirits.