Bristol is famous for its gastronomic delights and a new festival will make even the most exclusive food easily accessible to the public.
Queens Square is a grand and central location for the Eat Drink Bristol Fashion event. The festival will allow visitors to sample foods from a selection of renowned pubs and restaurants in the West Country.
Among those displaying their superlative cooking are the Bird in Hand at Long Ashton, Hotwells pub The Pumphouse and Casamia, the Michelin starred restaurant in Westbury-on-Trym. With the Pony and Trap restaurant also having a Michelin star, there is a fantastic array of food, from excellent gastro pub food to tasting menus recognised by the foremost food critics.
The food will be served in giant wigwams starting from Wednesday, April 25, until Monday, May 7. While coffee, cakes and sandwiches are offered during the day, the tents will be transformed every night into a new restaurant with a new menu.
The wigwams, or tipis, are being provided by Luke Hasell of Tipi Events, who has teamed up with Josh Eggleton of gastro pub Pony and Trap to create this unique event.
Up to 1,000 people can be seated for an atmospheric dinner in this magnificent square.
To add to an informal atmosphere where tapas will be served by the Pony and Trap team, live music will be playing amidst various art installations.
To celebrate Bristol foodie culture, either personally or in a business capacity, visit http://www.eatdrinkbristolfashion.co.uk for tickets and more information.