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Enjoy great family dining by the water at the The Ostrich in Redcliffe, Bristol. We're one of Bristol's best pub food restaurants, offering quality food, a relaxing atmosphere and superb service. Find out more by clicking 'more info' now.
Kei H said
Perfect for your Sunday Roast needs. Nice and cosy on a Winterâs evening and with plenty of outside seating for a relaxed summers mid-afternoon pint, the Ostrich is fit for every drinking occasion. Itâs located in its own little spot just around the corner from the floating harbour and offers a great view of all the water sports in the right season! Prices are reasonable and I believe they even had acurry Wednesday going at one point??
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Enjoy the best in new live music, great food and traditional ale at the Louisiana in Bristol.
Chris B said
I love live music; I especially love catching the next big thing when they are just starting out. You know, still driving a van with all their own equipment to their gigs, setting it all up themselves and then sticking around after the gig for a pint with the people who came to see them. The Louisiana embodies everything I love about seeing new music. The venue is owned and run by a lovely couple who even cook for the bands before they perform! How lovely is that! You can usually find the band tucking into a homemade lasagne somewhere in the pub somewhere before the show. This venue books some truly amazing bands. I usually find Friday nights are the best as for somewhere around Â£7 you are treated to two or three of the best bands touring the country. There's even a great little bar perfectly positioned near enough to the music, so if you need a drink while the band is playing you don't miss a thing! This is the type of venue you would of seen The Arctic Monkeys or The Libertines in for Â£6; when they were putting on the best shows of their careers. It offers some real 'I was there' moments. You just wish John Peel was still around so you might find him hidden somewhere at the back, sipping his glass of red wine and nodding his head along with the music. It offers a really intimate, loud and memorable experience. I have shaken the hands of some of the best new musicians in the country in this venue and most have even been good enough to have a chat and a drink with me after their shows (not like they had any dressing rooms to go and hide in).