Cargo 2 announces Bristol opening party

Cargo 2 announces Bristol opening party

Posted on: 16 May 2017

The new network of shipping containers-come-restaurants will open with a bang on Friday 26th May, when a launch party will treat customers to introductory offers and free samples.

Cargo 2 Bristol

Ready your stomachs! The opening of Cargo 2 is just over a week away. The second Wapping Wharf complex, which boasts a whopping host of independent establishments, will open with a bash next Friday as the respective restaurants and bars begin as they mean to go on.


In a bid to tempt curious culinary customers down to Spike Island, a number of the businesses are offering exclusive deals and free samples on the evening of opening, during the celebration which will last from 5pm-9pm. These are as follows:


  • The Athenian will offer complimentary souvlaki wraps throughout the day.
  • The Bristol Cheesemonger and Cargo Cantina will give out free taco samples.
  • Gopal’s Curry Shack will dish out free samosas to the first 25 people through the door after 5pm.
  • Mabboo are offering a free bamboo gift to their first 50 customers after 5pm, and to anyone spending £30 or over.
  • Spuntino will be running a tombola with prizes up for grabs.
  • Loop Massages will be offering a third off all massages booked across the bank holiday weekend, beginning on the Friday evening.
  • Pure Yoga are to host free taster sessions immediately prior to the party. These will run from 2pm until 4.45pm, and can be booked by emailing
  • John Kelly 1880 will be running offers throughout the weekend.


An up to date list of the establishments within Cargo 2 is as follows:


  • The Athenian
  • Big Juice
  • Brace and Brown’s
  • The Bristol Cheesemonger
  • Cargo Cantina
  • CUPP Bubble Tea
  • Gopal’s Curry Shack
  • Lemonade
  • Oliver’s Ice Cream
  • The Pickled Brisket
  • Salt & Malt
  • Sholay Indian Kitchen (by The Mint Room)
  • Spuntino
  • Story
  • Tare


For more information, head to the website for Wapping Wharf.




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Sam Mason-Jones

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