If the thought of basting turkeys and boiling sprouts is not for you, then stepping out for Christmas Day Lunch in Bristol is a must to enjoy the festivities.
The days may be colder, darker and shorter but the streets of Bristol shimmer with fairy lights and a touch of Christmas magic. The Bristol Christmas Markets are the perfect way to get you ready for the festive season, with gift ideas, warm mulled wine and you can even meet Santa in his grotto.
There are so many things to do in Bristol this Christmas! You can watch Christmas fairy tales being brought to life in one of the historic theatres, catch this year’s panto (oh, yes you can!), or even glide across the ice at the winter fayre in Millennium Square.
If you are looking for something a bit more traditional, the magnificent Bristol Cathedral will be having an intimate candlelight carol service or a Victorian Christmas at Tyntesfield who will be turning the clock back and showing off the seasons best loved traditions. Those who are feeling a bit more active can join thousands of ‘Father Christmases’ who will be running 2 kilometres in aid of the South West Children’s Hospice.
Although snow is unlikely, it is always nice to imagine sitting by an open fire, singing Christmas Carols and looking out of the window to see the snowflakes falling as you enjoy your Christmas Dinner.
If the thought of basting turkeys and boiling sprouts is not for you, then stepping out for Christmas Lunch in Bristol is a must to enjoy the festivities. On Christmas Day, in Chophouse Restaurant at Future Inns we are serving a five-course festive meal, ideal for satisfying all of the family.
Those of you who are looking for a “Christmas Day Lunch near me” will be pleased to hear, that we still have some spaces available. Guests are being asked to arrive at 12.30pm ready to dine at 1pm. Adults are priced at £43 per person, with children aged under 12 for £21 each and under 5’s eat for free.
Upon arrival you can enjoy a welcome drink and a selection of amuse bouche will be served, to stimulate your appetite. You could start your Christmas Dinner with a warming roast butternut squash soup and tomato and red pepper salsa, followed by the traditional turkey and festive trimmings. For pudding you can choose a Christmas pudding with brandy sauce or a cheese board selection, followed by freshly brewed tea or coffee and petite fours. You can see all of the options and the full menu here.
Bookings can be made on 0117 304 1010 or enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Bristmas one and all!