Whats on Bristol Magazine June 2024

4 The Top New Openings in Bristol June 2024 EASTON PUB RE-OPENS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT A neighbourhood pub in Easton has re-opened after closing two months ago. The Sugar Loaf on St Mark’s Road closed down in January, but has been refurbished and re-opened under new management. The new landlords, Tim and Jamie, have taken over the lease but the pub’s owners remain the same. The Sugar Loaf, which reopened earlier this month, has been redecorated inside and a range of live music and DJ nights are being advertised. AWARD-WINNING MICHELIN CHEF TO OPEN FIRST BRISTOL RESTAURANT IN CABOT CIRCUS A chef whose chain of restaurants serve a new themed six-course tasting menu every six weeks is opening his first Bristol venue. Glasgow-born Nico Simeon started his career at Michelin-starred restaurants and won Young Scottish Seafood Chef of The Year. His Six by Nico restaurant has now grown into ten sites in the UK and Ireland including London and Cardiff. The unique concept means diners can try different cuisines and styles with each tasting menu. Recent menus have been based on food from New York, Tokyo and Mexico. NEW INDIAN RESTAURANT TO OPEN ON THE SITE OF CAFE ON STAPLETON ROAD A vegetarian Indian restaurant is opening in Easton later this year. Pappu Dosa has a branch in Patchway has now taken on the building which is currently Space 238 on Stapleton Road. Chef Tim Darling Rushworth started Pappu Dosa with his partner Maya Evans during the pandemic. The couple will celebrate the two year anniversary of the Patchway restaurant on April 7. They hope to open in Easton within six months. NEW BAR WITH ‘GROOVY’ 70S VIBE COMING TO BRISTOL A new bar is coming to Bristol. It looks to be a new venue from the team at Triangle Bars Group, who are behind popular Bristol venues such as the closed Gravity Nightclub and MBargo, as well as student haunt, The Brass Pig. Said to be ‘coming soon’, Daisy’s is described as ‘the ultimate groove spot’ according to its Instagram bio. In posts, the team says: “Hang tight, Bristol! NEW DIM SUM PARLOUR OPENS IN SOUTH BRISTOL There’s a new flavour to North Street’s eclectic mix of cafés and restaurants - a dim sum parlour providing what it says is a ‘neon-infused twist on traditional Chinese classics. Uncle Wah’s has opened in the premises on the Southville side of the street in BS3 that was vacated by Burger Joint, and has already been packed out with people trying the new arrival. The family-run restaurant’s speciality is dim sum - either steamed or fried - while rice rolls, steamed bao and bao buns complete an extensive menu of Chinese snack food.