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Where to dine differently in Bristol

BOXHALL, Bristol

At The Lanes, artisan pizzas and locally brewed beer are served with a side order of karaoke, bowling, pool tables and live music. Chance & Counters is one of Bristol’s best-kept secrets, with its 850+ board games to play over drinks and hearty dinners (think sourdough toasties, vegan chilli and loaded nachos).

Opening this June, Boxhall will join Bristol’s growing street food ranks, bringing indie restaurants together with local bands, cinema screenings and art exhibitions. If that sounds appealing, check out Cargo too: its grassroots bistros and bars occupy repurposed shipping containers at Wapping Wharf, with extensive views of Bristol’s harbourside.

Every lunchtime, in-the-know Bristolians often head to the Glass Arcade, where family-run cafes dish out Caribbean curries, Japanese dumplings, Moroccan tagines and much more. It’s part of St Nicholas Markets, a bustling heritage spot in the city centre – whose eclectic stalls also sell clothes, crafts and delicatessen bites.

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