An all new socially distanced dining experience has opened up in Bristol, offering up a tasty mix of restaurant and pub food (and drinks of course).
Breaking Bread is a pop-up tipi village, serving food from The Pony & Trap and Pasta Loco, as well as two pub-cafe gardens from The Love Inn and Pipe and Slippers.
Each venue has 20 tables with adjustable dividers, enabling people to book in numbers between two and six. Sittings will be available on Thursday dinner, Friday and Saturday lunch and dinner and Sunday lunch.
Apart from keeping people well feed and watered this summer, Breaking Bread aims to create direct employment for people and support the local hospitality economy. A portion of the profits raised from Breaking Bread will also be placed into a central fund to assist community organisations and initiatives in the city.
So if you want to feel good whilst stuffing your face, this could be the place to head.
When: Thursday – Sunday, until 27th September 2020
Where: Breaking Bread, The Downs, Stoke Road, Bristol BS9 1FG
£: Restaurant bookings cost £47.50 per person for a four course menu (includes booking fee and service charge for food). There is no booking charge for the pub garden but all visitors (groups of 2 – 6 people) must book in advance
More info: www.breakingbreadbristol.co.uk