Dating back to 1766, the Bristol Old Vic's original theatre façade (recently revealed during a massive refurbishment) dominates the space here at the theatre's new food and drink offering. Open all day until an hour after the last evening performance, 1766 Bar & Kitchen aims to be a community hub, serving seasonal, local ingredients on a menu devised by head chef Coco Barone (ex-Glassboat and Rosemarino); there's a pre-theatre menu, too, as you'd expect.
Harden's survey result
Not enough people have commented yet
Our reviews are based on an annual survey of ordinary diners which runs in Spring each year. But this establishment has not yet gathered enough feedback for our editors to write it up.
Do you think it deserves to be better known?
Write a quick review now using our restaurant diary service. That way it might catch our attention. Next survey, you can transfer your diary entry into our survey system. Everyone who contributes 5 or more reviews in our survey will qualify for a free guide.
1766 Bar & Kitchen Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Mixed feelings in our Sunday lunch diners, One very good for food, but two thought only average"
"In the lively theatre foyer. Short menu but good quality."
"Better food than expected. Noisy surroundings in theatre foyer. Quite a few sels-important people around"
|Wine per bottle||£21.00|
King Street, Bristol, BS1 4ED
|Monday||9 am-11 pm|
|Tuesday||9 am-11 pm|
|Wednesday||9 am-11 pm|
|Thursday||9 am-11 pm|
|Friday||9 am-11 pm|
|Saturday||9 am-11 pm|
|Sunday||11 am-5 pm|