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somewhere nice for lunch/meet-up near bristol?

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snowleopard Sun 27-Jul-08 21:15:29

I need a place for a family meet-up (several older adults, plus me, DP and DS aged 3) somewhere in or near bristol area - if not in bristol itself, then to the west of it would be good, possibly on the coast. I'm dreaming of somewhere to have a nice lunch - not super-posh but good food - with a lovely child-friendly garden and ideally something to see or do.

Can anyone recommend a great place? TIA

snowleopard Sun 27-Jul-08 21:17:23

aarrgh apologies if by "meet-up" people were thinking I meant MN meet-up. Doh.

BoysAreLikeDogs Sun 27-Jul-08 21:22:54

St Werburghs city farm and cafe is lovely, not disabled-friendly though.

Loads to do at the visitbristol.co.uk/harbourside/home harbour]], too.

BoysAreLikeDogs Sun 27-Jul-08 21:23:24

try again

snowleopard Sun 27-Jul-08 21:30:53

Thanks! - they look great. Also wanted to take DS to Explore-at-Bristol so that would work - have you been?

BoysAreLikeDogs Sun 27-Jul-08 22:27:24

@Bristol is amazing !!!!!

Adults and children alike had a great time there the last time we went, in November last year. The Planetarium is awesome.

But the food there is v expensive.

PussinJimmyChoos Sun 27-Jul-08 22:29:37

Snow - loads of places to eat by @bristol if you don't want to eat in there and a lot of places welcome children. Park street isn't very far from the water front and has a lot of restaurants there - Gourmet burger place, Ask Pasta, Pizza Express, Zizzi, Browns, Wagamamas, just to name a few...

snowleopard Sun 27-Jul-08 22:51:10

Thanks all! I'm very excited about @Bristol (DS having exhaustively pressed every button Edinburgh's museums have to offer) - just have to decide whether to involve the rellies with that, or do it on our own and limit rellies to less stressful country setting.

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