Valentine’s day in Bristol

Let's get romantic!

Charlie Vivante | Date posted - 28 Jan 2019

If we could recommend one thing as a diary booking tech company, it’s book early when it comes to valentine’s day. To book late and in haste, may make or break your evening, or worse your relationship!

Before resigning yourself to being squeezed in next to 100 other couples in a bad Italian restaurant, have a look at our top romantic venues and get in there before someone else does!

Food Forward Couples - Adelina Yard

For couples that show their love with with food, an intimate evening at award winning Adelina Yard would be the ultimate Valentines Night Date. As much as possible is made in house, from bread to hand churned butter and the attention to detail really shows. The A la Carte menu is a divine list of expertly made food, but the real gem is the tasting menu. A 10 course tour de force of culinary adventure for you and your date to swoon over. Bon appetit!

The Gaming Couple - Chance & Counters

For couples that are secure enough in their relationship to play an entire game of Monopoly all the way through without threatening divorce, booking a table at Chance & Counters is the option for you. Pick a game you’ve never played or reminisce over an old favourite and enjoy a gentle evening of dice rolling, card hoarding and plotting with your significant other.

The Pub Couple - Somerset House

British, Burger Joint, Fish, Gastro Pub, Sunday Lunch

If you’re idea of a date is a nice sit down in a cosy pub with a few pints and some decent pub grub, we think you will love Somerset House. A little more modern than your average pub, you can quietly enjoy each others company without shouting over a terrible soundtrack and even head upstairs for a very sophisticated G&T or cocktail in their upstairs bar. The food is down to earth with choices including juicy burgers, fresh fish and chips and our favourite, sticky toffee pudding.

The Couple Who Like To Share - Bar 44

If sharing is what keeps you together and your relationship fresh, you should book a table at Bar 44 for some incredible tapas. The environment is lively without being too loud and the menu is crammed with all the classics. Pick from boquerones, patatas bravas, the finest Spanish charcuterie and of course a comprehensive sherry list to work your way through.

The Cultured Couple - Steak of the Art

If your perfect date is a stroll around a gallery or the odd art show, you should book your table at Steak of the Art. Not only do they do a cracking steak dinner with all the trimmings all paired with a great wine list, the walls and seating is adorned with some incredible modern art with even pieces commissioned from local, Bristol artists. Food wise,Steak of the Art is serving up some of the best steaks in the city, all sourced from West Country farms with plenty of sides, sauces to complete the experience.

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About Charlie

Charlie is a food blogger from Bristol who can usually be found tweeting chefs for recipes or sinking stouts in pubs. A keen cook herself, if she isn’t eating something she's making it or writing about it.
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