Gloucester Old Spot celebrate 2 years in Bristol on 24 September

Gloucester Old Spot celebrate 2 years in Bristol on 24 September

Posted on: 15 Sep 2016

Celebrating two years in Bristol, Gloucester Old Spot will be hosting a fun day of events for the whole family! The event will run from 1pm until 11pm, but why head for some amazing food and drink as they open between 9am - 1am! 

Gloucester Old Spot celebrate 2 years in Bristol on 24 September

This family friendly pub is saying thank you to the people of Bristol for two amazing years and you need to get on down to join in on the fun!


With being winner of best pub food at the 2015 Bristol Good Food Awards, this is an event that nobody will want to miss! The list of events is quite extensive.


The line up consists of –


1pm – 3pm – Kids entertainer


3pm – Metropolis Jazz and Funk Band

5:30pm – Ruby Jazz

7pm – The Rhythm Pencils

9pm – Gingowie

10pm – Soul Strutters

12pm – 7pm – BBQ


The main menu will be served from 12pm until 9pm and is filled with delicious food to tantalize any taste buds. You will be spoilt for choice with nibbles, sharing platters, salads and lots of mains including our favourite The Old Spot Cheese Burger. Old Spot burger sauce, tomato, gherkins and baby gem lettuce. Served with a side of seasonal coleslaw. Click here and download any of the menus from the guys at The Old Spot.


The address for event at the Old Spot is 138-140 Kellaway Avenue, Horfield, Bristol, BS6 7YQ.


For any further information on the event check out the guys Facebook page. You can also visit their website at –

Article by:

Matt Dailly

Matt, originally from Belfast, has only lived in Bristol for a year now and is studying Media & Journalism at UWE. He wants to concentrate his writing and media skills in Bristol's culinary culture, delving into what fine feasts the city has to offer and where the best places to go for food really are. Along with an aspiration to interview some of the influential people shaping Bristol and some who are simply passing through, Matt really is trying to make Bristol his new home! For any other info check out his Facebook or Twitter