Bristol Eats announce exciting series of street food parties for spring and summer!


The fantastic Bristol Eats team (also known as BEats) have just announced a line up of street food parties taking place over the spring and summer months, in both The Tobacco Factory and Steam Bristol (formerly Roo Bar, next to Clifton Down Station).

Bristol Eats is a group of passionate and committed street food traders. Their aim is to blend the South West’s freshest street food offerings with vibrant markets and exciting nights out. They have high values about where their food is sourced, its provenance and their impact on the environment.

Bristol Eats is full of variety in their offerings with many different cuisines available to try, lovingly made by some of the best Bristol street food chefs. You may recognise some of the traders, such as The Pickled Brisket, Ah Ma’s Dumplings, Eatchu and Gopal’s Curry Shack to name a few.

The street food parties and markets promise lots of fun with DJ’s, bars, food prizes and exclusive Wriggle deals on offer – so not only will you be able to enjoy a fantastic time, you also won’t have to break the bank to do so, entry is FREE! Amazing food, booze, dancing and drinking – is there anything not to like?! Perfect for a night out with your  mates or a nice alternative outing with the family.
The dates for the street parties and their venues are listed below and all of the details can be found via any of the Bristol Eats social channels:-

28th April – Steam-Bristol, Clifton Down Station
12th May – The Tobacco Factory Courtyard
26th May – Steam-Bristol, Clifton Down Station
9th June – The Tobacco Factory Courtyard
30th June – Steam-Bristol, Clifton Down Station
7th July – The Tobacco Factory Courtyard
28th July – Steam-Bristol, Clifton Down Station
8th & 9th September – Factoberfest – The Tobacco Factory Courtyard
29th September – Steam-Bristol, Clifton Down Station

Twitter: @Bristol_Eats
Facebook: @bristolstreetfood
Instagram: @bristoleats

If the sound of all of this eating, drinking and dancing doesn’t encourage you to come along – then my face will be there to party with – so come and say hello!


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