Going out | Take a summer 'Foodcation'

Going out | Take a summer 'Foodcation'

Holiday where you live and explore different parts of Bristol through its food, sights and activities

Bristol-based food and drink discovery platform Wriggle has launched a new ‘Foodcation’ campaign in a bid to encourage Bristol residents to ‘holiday where you live’ this summer and support independent food and drink venues across the city.

Wriggle app and website users can access a series of unique tours across Bristol neighbourhoods, made in collaboration with independent restaurants, cafés and bars. These self-guided tours include walking or cycling routes of the neighbourhood, with regular stops for food and drink at popular local venues included in the price of the ticket.

Going out | Take a summer 'Foodcation'

There are six different tours, running daily through summer, and each is self-guided, but when purchased you will receive an information booklet (with interesting facts, detailed route instructions and further recommendations of places to eat, drink and see) and a postcard from the tour. Here’s what you can expect:

1. The Harbourside Food Tour

This follows the famous harbourside walking loop and leads you to a few hidden pieces of history along the way. As with any good day out, it includes Fish & Chips from Salt & Malt, and an ice-cream from Oliver’s Ice cream (both in Wapping Wharf).

Find out more: https://link.getawriggleon.com/kLzuQK4DJgb

2. Easton Food Tour

One of Bristol’s favourite neighbourhoods, this tour includes a visit to Sweet Mart, a lesser known Banksy piece, and Greenbank Cemetery. Food and drinks are provided from No. 12 Easton, East Bristol Bakery and the Greenbank Pub.

Find out more: https://link.getawriggleon.com/MYTifF9Tghb

3. Bristol to Bath Cycle Tour

Perhaps the longest tour, this is the perfect day out for both Bristol residents and visitors alike. Hop on a bike (or hire one from Bristol Cycle Shack or Compton Bicycles at Temple Meads) for a self-guided cycle on the brilliant Bristol to Bath cycle path.

The route begins at the new Bakehouse café and bakery in St Phillips, before leading you to Warmley Waiting Rooms and onwards to Dough for pizza and beers in Bath.

Find out more: https://link.getawriggleon.com/xiNJwSjBihb

4. Clifton Village Food Tour

A grand afternoon out in the gorgeous neighbourhood of Clifton. This trip leads you to a stunning picnic spot overlooking the world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, with stops at some iconic landmarks and local history interest points along the way. Food is provided by Anna Cake Couture and The Mall Deli.

Find out more: https://link.getawriggleon.com/dWdu2BT06gb

5. St Werbs Food Tour

The home of founder Rob Hall, this is one of Bristol’s regular hangout spots. The tour takes you through this creative neighbourhood, pin-pointing favourite street art locations, the city farm and a nearby park as places to visit. Food and drink comes from Liya’s, Popti & Beast and the local Fierce & Noble Brewery.

Find out more: https://link.getawriggleon.com/CYXOTRYdihb

6. Picnic & Wild Swimming

If you love the great outdoors, this is the tour for you. It includes a picnic from the Deli @ Sandy Park, before guiding you to a fantastic picnic
and wild swimming destination along The River Avon Valley.

Find out more: https://link.getawriggleon.com/uHKWnwb8hhb

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