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The Boardroom has been teaching the art of grazing for less than year but it has already established itself as somewhere to drink, nibble and be merry.  Sitting just behind St Nick’s Market, this is the perfect place to rest your limbs after a hard day shopping, or if you just want to enjoy a relaxed evening in the centre of Bristol.

This month The Boardroom is offering an exclusive deal that is a must-have. For just £29.95 you can feast on one of their cheeseboards and one of their excellent charcuterie boards with a bottle of something to wash it all down with.  You can choose from either a bottle of house red or white, or celebrate in style with a bottle of bubbly.

They specialise in charcuterie hailing from the West Country and locally sourced cheese made by artisan producers. Rather than a traditional kitchen, they have a deli where they prepare wooden boards laden with all sorts of delicious goodness.

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Owners and matrimonial duo Alex and Sandra keep the produce close to the heart of the business, making sure they visit dairy farms in the Somerset countryside to make sure they’re getting the best. They work closely with Native Breeds and Somerset Charcuterie to offer the tastiest cured meat in the South West.

Not only is the quality of food impressive, but they also have a vast wine list all lovingly looked after in their temperature-controlled wine wall. And if fine wine isn’t going to sway you, then their selection of locally supplied draught beer and cider will surely win you over; they even have their own Boardroom lager.

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Let’s not forget Bristol’s original Fizz Fridays, which get you in full swing for the weekend – The Boardroom offers two for one bottles of Prosecco to make sure everyone can start the weekend with a pop.

The Boardroom is a safe haven in the centre of town for those who want to enjoy a glass of wine and some delectable local cheese and charcuterie away from the hustle and bustle of busy shoppers.

Izzy Emberson

Izzy Emberson

Izzy’s enthusiasm for food and cooking came from family holidays to Tuscany and the south of France. She loves anything from the sea and growing up in Norfolk there was never a shortage of fresh fish or a yummy Cromer crab. Before turning her hand to writing she studied history of art so when she’s not in the kitchen she spends her time wandering aimlessly round galleries and museums.

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