Graze Bar & Chophouse is a fresh and sophisticated take on the traditional British pub and combines superb ales, wines and spirits with a no-nonsense menu of quality British and European dishes.
Inspired by the bars and chophouses of London and New York, the interior of Graze boasts high quality bespoke furniture, creative lighting schemes and some quirky design cues. Informal yet stylish, Graze serves Bath Ales beers along with an eclectic range of continental beers, premium spirits, interesting wines and soft drinks.
Meat cookery is central to the food theme including the finest steaks around, and the Graze menu is designed in such a way to allow you to eat anything from a light lunch or snack, to a three - or four - course meal with fine wines.
Located on a corner of Queen Square in the heart of Bristol city-centre, Graze is a stylish venue for daytime, evening and night.
- In town/city centre
- Serve evening meal
- Serve lunch
- Licenced for alcohol
- Pre/post theatre menu
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good169
- TrishWarnzTrip Type:BusinessFirst day LunchMonday, 27th March 2017My director and colleague invited me for lunch here today my first day in the new company. I ordered the roasted sea bass fillet with roasted vegetables. It came with mussels as well. Lovely... Read full review
- mushuBelfastBelfast, IrelandTrip Type:CouplesDelicous foodMonday, 27th March 2017I went on a Saturday evening, I had walked past the restaurant around 4.30pm and it was very quiet however when returned 1 hour later it was packed with people. We almost regretted not making a... Read full review
- Swim_HomeSandown, United KingdomTrip Type:FamilyDietary problems? No problem!Sunday, 26th March 2017Lovely meal, group of four two of whom had potential problems (dairy-free and coeliac) and we all had a great meal and felt welcomed and well fed. Read full review
Tel: +44 (0)117 927 6706
|Date (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
* Food Served: Saturday midday to 11pm and Sunday midday to 9pmDates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change