During your trip to Broadmead, you may wish to take a break, rest your feet and have something to eat and drink.
There are dozens of coffee shops, cafés, sandwich bars and delicatessens all around Broadmead. Starbucks and Costa offer a huge range of coffees as well as other beverages and snacks. Cafe Amore on Nelson Street is a great independently owned cafe and if you fancy an Italian meal why not try La Grotta on Union Street?
In addition Bhs, Debenhams and Marks & Spencer all have excellent restaurants. The Food Court in The Galleries also provides a variety of food including Butler’s, Burger King and Cafe Roma – it also has an extensive seating area. To help you find the cafes or restaurants you’re looking for, please use the search facility on the right of this page.
Cabot Circus is home to the renowned Brasserie Blanc, Piccolino’s and Carluccio’s in the fantastic Quakers Friars. Many and varied restaurants are located within the centre itself.
Surrounding Broadmead and Cabot Circus, but still within easy reach, Bristol offers a superb variety of restaurants catering for every taste and budget. Ranging from traditional English, exotic Indian, delicious Chinese and Italian: the choice is mouthwatering and extensive.
Bristol is alive with pubs, cafés and clubs offering entertainment, fun and excitement during the day and late into the evening.