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Great neighbourhood pub. Good wood fired pizzas and they often have events on in the evening
Bright, airy pub in a redbrick building with a courtyard, serving real ales and stone baked pizzas.
Very cosy and friendly place to eat and drink. I think its a cool atmosphere and very welcoming. The food is good for the value.
The local pub. Serves good food, and is a nice atmosphere. My go-to place for a quick and easy dinner when I don't want to cook.
The Greenbank pub in Easton does great pizza and a varied menu of quality and locally sourced grub. Great for large or small groups. Book to avoid disappointment or a long wait. About a 20 minute walk away, you can cross the cycle path to get there quickly.
“The One-Stop Thali is a trendy award-winning restaurant with a tasty and small menu of Indian food, including veggie and vegan options. It has a café/coffee-shop vibe and is popular with mums with pre-school kids in the morning and at lunchtime, and couples and groups of friends in the evening. They also have a small range of beer and wine, although it's not really a place to go for just a drink.”
“These guys don't sell many pastries but what they do is awesome. By far the best croissant style cinnamon swirl bun i've ever eaten. They only sell them Thursday to Saturday and you'll have to get there early before they sell out! The bakery is found on St Mark's Road in Easton which is well worth a visit - great food shops, cafe's, friendly pub and restaurants.”
“Lovely Brazilian café open for breakfast and lunch (some evenings in the summer). Lovely outside space. Don't miss the amazing hot chocolate made with shaved chocolate.”
“Our nearest large park, about five minutes walk away past the cemetery, BS5 6XA. There's not much in the way of sights, although the lakes at the bottom and the old lido are worth a look, and there is a decent playground. There are occasional festivals held there in the summer, but the park is most popular with runners because there is a one mile route marked around it. It's also possible to walk all the way out to the countryside by going from the bottom of Eastville park and following the Frome River through Snuff Mills up to Frenchay Common and on into the countryside. Alternatively you can turn off before Snuff Mills and explore Stoke Park instead, with nice views over the M32 and beyond.”