WHERE: Bristol, United Kingdom
WHEN: 12 – 14 May 2023
Third appointment of the Foodies Festival, one of the largest, and most important, itinerant gastronomic events in the United Kingdom. From 12 to 14 May 2022, Bristol will host the important exhibition. The location will be Little Stoke, an enchanting park less than a 20-minute drive from the centre.
Three days dedicated to quality food and live music. You will be able to taste many delicacies at the Street Food Village. Get up close and personal with the extraordinary live performances of Michelin-starred Chefs, and the winners of the latest Masterchef UK edition. You can see them at work in the kitchen, and enjoy their author’s recipes in the Stoves Chefs Theater.
Not only. At the Bristol Foodies Festival, space for big stars and pastry chefs, who will prepare creative recipes, and beautiful cakes at The Cakes and Bake Theater. You can enjoy afternoon tea in the Vintage Tea Tent; taste wine, champagne and craft beer in the Drinks Theater.
Hundreds of award-winning local artisan exhibitors and producers await you; you can buy the products directly in the artisan market. Furthermore, great attention is paid to the quality of local products, health and well-being. Nutrition experts are waiting for you, ready to give you tips and advice. And, this year too, a space will be dedicated to the little ones, who can become little Chefs for a few hours!
It’s hard to get tired, amidst incredible atmospheres, giant teapots, multi-storey bus-restaurants, tents and live music. After all, the location of the Bristol Foodies Festival is one of the strong points of the event. Space also for music, with performances by Cocktails and Cabaret with Alba Tribute (May 12), Blue (05/13) and Scouting For Girls (14/05).
The best way to get to Bristol is by plane. Bristol International Airport is located about 13 kilometers from the center, and is well connected to major European destinations. The airport is served, in particular, by low cost airlines.
The Airport Flyer Express leaves from the airport every 10 minutes, connecting the airport with the center of Bristol. The ticket costs £8 for adults and £6 for children under 15. Little Stoke Park, location of the Bristol Foodies Festival, is located just under 15 kilometers from the centre, reachable by car and GWR (Great Western Railway) train; in the latter case, it takes about 15 minutes to get to your destination, getting off at the nearby Patchway stop.
Friday, 12:00 to 21:00. Saturday, 11am to 9pm. Sunday from 11:00 to 20:00.
The entire WEEKEND TICKET, valid for all 3 days of the event, costs £38 (adults) and £6 (under 12). With the Family Weekend ticket, 2 adults and 2 children up to 16 years of age enter at the cost of £82.
The ticket, valid for single day, costs £18 (adults), £6 (children aged 12 to 16), £3.00 (under 12). With the Family ticket, 2 adults and 2 children up to 16 years of age enter at the cost of £39.
There is also a VIP DAY TICKET, sold at the price of £38.00 and valid for a single day. Allows you to gain access to exclusive areas. The Family Ticket in the VIP version costs £79.
Here, below, where the Foodies Festival 2023 will stop:
It won’t be cheap (far from it), but the Number 38 Clifton is a wonderful boutique hotel located right by the park, just a few minutes’ walk from bars, restaurants and the Clifton Down train station.
Housed in a Georgian building, the hotel offers a garden, terrace, free Wi-Fi and stylish accommodation with views of Clifton Downs or Bristol city center.
The rooms feature a flat-screen TV, a minibar and tea and coffee making facilities. The en suite bathroom comes with a shower, hairdryer, bathrobes, free toiletries and, in some cases, a bathtub.
You can enjoy an English breakfast prepared with local products. Info and reservations from here.
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