Dulcie Carey recently took over as General Manager at Prince Street Social. Dulcie lives in Bath and enjoys discovering the Bristol foodie scene - here she shares her favourite places to dine in the city...#FoodFriday

Dulcie Carey - Prince Street Social

Bravas

One of my favourite things to go out for is Tapas, and Bravas not only serves beautiful tapas but the staff are hilarious, fun and very knowledgeable. You go along and leave feeling like you’ve been transported to a busy street in the middle of Spain. Could not recommend this place enough!

The Pony & Trap

A little way out of Bristol, The Pony and Trap’s reputation can do them no wrong. Staff are always polite and the food… I mean… THE FOOD is spectacular, worth a visit, especially on a Sunday.

Under the Stars

I love this as a concept, pizza on a boat in Bristol? Yes please! It’s cosy on the inside and they serve delicious pizza, however you can also sit on top of the boat and enjoy the sunshine. I started to feel like a real Bristolian the first time I came here.

Burger Theory

A guilty pleasure of mine is a really good dirty burger, and that is exactly what you can expect from this place. I’ve only been once and I definitely want to try out their Bottomless Burger offer one day, not sure how many burgers I could eat in that time, but I would like to find out!

About the author:

Dulcie Carey is General Manager at Prince Street Social and has a busy few months ahead, including a Bristol Beer Festival and a Beer Supper Club, all during Oktoberfest. They also host Pub Quizzes every Wednesday and Bottomless Brunches every Saturday. Prince Street Social can also cater to a wide range of events from a birthday bash to corporate meetings.

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Prince Street Social
Restaurant
Prince Street Social

A modern city centre British Brasserie, with an emphasis on good food, good drinks & good times, in a relaxed & friendly atmosphere.

Bravas
Restaurant
Bravas

Bravas is Bristol’s best tapas bar, with an atmosphere of fun and good times. Serving great quality tapas inspired by the backstreet bars and Andalucía and paired with the finest Spanish wines, ice cold beer or decadent gin & tonics.

The Pony & Trap
Pub/Inn
The Pony & Trap

An award winning pub set 8 miles from Bristol city centre in the picturesque village of Chew Magna, over the past 7 years the Pony & Trap has become one of the most exciting places to visit in the South West