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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Wild Beer Fans of more unusual beers love Wild Beer for its range of 22 adventurous ales. The Wapping Wharf pub, owned by the brewery of the same name, said: "We're getting things ready for a wild return on the 12th April. "Our patio will be open from noon and we'll be operating a walk up only policy. No bookings for now, just walk up! Maximum of 6 in a group. "We'll be serving drinks and snacks only Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th as our kitchen makes a triumphant return on Wednesday 14th. "From 19th April we'll be open Thursday – Sunday for both drinks and food on the patio." The Ostrich Boasting one of the largest beer gardens in Bristol, The Ostrich is a hugely popular venue in the warmer months. Last year, before the first lockdown, it underwent a major renovation which saw its garden, interior and also its food offering all upgraded. The pub said on Facebook: "Very happy to announce The Ostrich will reopen from April 12th with outside tables available for food and drink on a first come, first served basis (no bookings). "Tables are available for up to 6 guests. We’ll always do our best to offer covered seating in our new teepees or other spaces, but are unable to guarantee it." The Apple Bristol institution The Apple, loved for its huge range of ciders, will only be operating on a first come, first served basis. The beloved boat recently returned home to its Welsh Back berth after 10 weeks of maintenance work at the Albion Dry Dock. Speaking at the time, general manager at The Apple Tim Thacker said: "The maintenance work took a little longer than expected but she's now back at her usual home on Welsh Back with an upgraded hull. "We're now busy getting ready for reopening on April 12 and can't wait to welcome customers back. I'm really excited to have a busy bar again, it's been far too long. "Of course there's also a bit of anxiety mixed in and I think that goes for most people in the hospitality industry, but it's mostly a feeling of excitement.
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. It will reopen for drinks and snacks from April 12, before reopening the restaurant on May 19. The pub said in a statement: "Delighted to reopen the terrace from Wednesday, April 14. We’ve got a second cover too, so there’s space for even more of you. "No bookings - simply swing by if you fancy a drink and some bar snacks." The Cadbury Montpelier boozer The Cadbury has one of the best beer gardens in Bristol, with half of it covered meaning it can be enjoyed no matter the weather. It also serves delicious food and will be resuming al fresco service on April 12 with a full menu to choose from. Expect to find small plates, burgers, a top-notch roast dinner and more, all served in a relaxed atmosphere. The Cadbury is only taking bookings for Sunday and is operating on a first come, first-served basis for the rest of the week. The Farm The pub said on Facebook: "Good morning Farm friends and family. If all goes to plan we will be throwing open our garden gate to you in just 4 weeks time! Watch this space for full details. "Thank you for your messages about bookings but as usually we will be operating on a first come first served basis only. "We are already getting things in order here ready for the big day and we are very excited to see you." The Grain Barge The fact The Guardian included The Grain Barge in its round-up of UK pubs with the best views gives you an idea of how highly it's regarded. The top deck of the floating boozer offers unparalleled views of Bristol's harbourside, which are made even more pleasant when accompanied by the fantastic food and drinks the venue offers. Grain Barge will likely be hugely popular when it reopens on April 12. A spokesperson for the venue said there has been "huge interest" from people requesting to reserve a space, but the venue is not currently accepting bookings.
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