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Bristol BBQ XL: Big Bites

We here at Hospitality are as obsessed with food as we are with drum & bass, perhaps even more so…Anyone who has attended our BBQs, or our day festivals, will know all too well that the level of quality that goes into the dining options for our ravers is never overlooked.

Seeing as we are going XL this time around, we felt it prudent to ensure equally massive food vendors got involved in creating the perfect outdoor party. Great music, great food. If that doesn’t guarantee a good time, then there’s something wrong with you.

 

 

BAGEL BOY

First up is one of Bristol’s finest establishments. If you want some circular doses of heaven, there is no place better within the city and beyond. We are, of course, talking about Bagel Boy! With over 4 locations in and around Bristol, they’ve generated a demand for bagels like which we have never seen before, and upon just a single taste, you will see why.

With over 30 different options, ranging from the classic salt beef to everything else and beyond, therewill undoubtedly be a bagel for you. Priding themselves on locally and ethically sourced ingredients and baking all their bagels fresh and in-house, this stringent policy doesn’t stop at the food either. To accompany the rich tapestry of food they provide, you can find yourself guzzling down some of the West Countrys finest craft ciders and beers, they also have their very own coffee..

 

BURGER BEAR

Joining this south-west staple will be one of the capital’s finest burger joints. Hailing from London and heading down south for our XL BBQ will be none other than ‘Burger Bear’. Famed for their quality food and on point musical selections, this London eatery has earned an exalted status for big beef burgers and delicious disco beats. Both of which together I think we can all agree is a strong combination.

 

Available across the city, north, south or east, the level of quality is consistent wherever you go. Be it at the famed magic roundabout in Old Street station, or the infamous (and brilliantly named) Stokey Bears, to the Old Nuns Head in Peckham, Burger Bear has you covered. It’s for this reason that we orchestrated this great beefy exodus from London to Bristol to cater for the appetites of so many revelling ravers. Menu options include the Quarter Panda, the Koala, and the Grizzly bear amongst other beasty delights. You’ll be growling for seconds.

 

STONE BAKED 

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Although often a rare sight at a BBQ, Pizza remains one of the most certified party foods. With the grills covered, we thought it best to stretch out the dough and deliver some saucy and cheesy goodness to compliment our BBQ stations. If you’ve ever had a high-grade pizza at a festival, it’s most likely that these guys were the people behind the salvation of your hunger. Authentic wood fired and stonebaked pizzas accompanied with a myriad of toppings, it’s simply the perfect combination and you can enjoy them all with some of the best tunes around.

Making appearances at festivals and events across the UK, Stone Baked was born through like-minded individuals die hard love of pizza and parties, and a desire to see the two combined

I think we can all agree that the food available at the Bristol BBQ is going to be off the chiz-iz-ain and to avoid missing out on all this delectation and delight, make your way to Motion on Saturday 10th of June to hear some banging D+B and jungle along too, satisfying both taste and ear buds. Get involved, you’re stomach and dancing shoes won’t forgive you if you don’t.

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Words Ed Priest

 

Posted 31st May 2017 in Blog, Features

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BRISTOL BBQ 02.07.16: S.P.Y & Nu:Tone’s Jungle Classics

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Jungle music has been making the rounds since the early nineties when rave culture was rife. It’s development was influenced by a number of genres that date as far back as the soul music of the sixties. With it’s highly recognisable reggae-derived basslines, endless array of samples and iconic breakbeats, it’s the ideal genre to jam to this Saturday in the sunshine at our Bristol BBQ!

 

Taking to the decks for an exclusive jungle B2B is Sao Paulo’s finest S.P.Y, a man who’s production is second to none and Nu:Tone who’s latest album is a tribute to the incredible genre that is jungle music. We asked them both to choose their top 5 jungle tracks to get you all warmed up for the weekend…

 

NU:TONE

Bodysnatch – ‘Euphony (Just 4 U London)’

Tom & Jerry – ‘Maximum Style’

Doc Scott – ‘Drumz 95′

Roni Size & DJ Die – ‘11.55 (Gangsta Mix)’

Photek – ‘T–Raenon’


S.P.Y

Splash – ‘Babylon’

DJ Gunshot – Wheel ‘N’ Deal

Nookie – The Sound Of Music (Original Mix)

Cloud 9 – You Got Me Burnin (Ray Keith & Nookie Remix)

Johnny Jungle – Johnny ’94 (Kings Of The Jungle Remix)

 

The Hospitality Bristol BBQ is taking place this Saturday (2nd July), you can catch S.P.Y B2B Nu:Tone’s jungle set in The Crane Yard. If you haven’t yet, you can get your tickets via the link below, see you there!

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Posted 27th June 2016 in Blog, Features

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Hospitality Bristol @ Motion, March 2016. Photos by Sarah Koury.

Posted 17th March 2016 in Media, Photos