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Café Bar

Relax and refuel in a different creative space

It’s a bit of a secret, but one of Park Street’s finest Café Bars is right here at St George’s.

Perfect for meeting friends before an gig, a beautiful light lunch, or just a pint in a sunny spot, if you’ve not tried our Café Bar before, make sure to pop in for a dose of musicality with your hospitality.

What’s On the Menu?

Pre-show Dining

Fantastic sharing options and drinks, to collect and enjoy ahead of your gig.
Pre-order when you book your tickets.

Please ask a member of our team if you need information about our ingredients, or any allergies or intolerances.

The food items listed in our menus may vary – please use the menus on this page as an example of the sorts of dishes we typically serve. Our selection of cakes and pastries changes daily.



Our opening times   Access information



Our Café Bar is perfect for meeting friends before an event, and enjoying pre-event drinks and snacks – but we also offer much more. During the daytime, drop in for light lunches, soft drinks and a tempting selection of teas and barista coffees. Sample our soup of the day, warming vegetarian toasties, and delicious savoury pastries. Or treat yourself to one of our scrumptious cakes. We are ideally placed for family-friendly visits, with a step-free entrance via Charlotte Street, accessible toilets, beautiful gardens, and outdoor seating options. And during the daytime, we’re dog-friendly too (so are perfectly placed for pitstop after a dog walk on Brandon Hill). We also have free wifi for our Café customers, if you need a city-centre spot to finish that epic novel or check next month’s sales forecast.

We’re also thrilled to be partnering with 6 O’Clock Gin again for 2022 – our Gin Garden is back this summer (and the home of a new series of Garden Sessions). And our year-round drinks menu has a fantastic range of wines, local craft beers, and refreshing soft drinks to suit all tastes.  We’re working with great local suppliers including Bristol Beer Factory, Lost and Grounded, Lovely Drinks, and Stewart Wines.

Images: Jake Janes and Evan Dawson