It's all about Europe this week in the UK with the much anticipated Brexit referendum happening today and Euro 2016 in full swing... our UK teams are still in for the round of 16!
So to really enter into the spirit of Europe whether you're in or out or you support England, Ireland or Wales or any of the other competing countries, here are some super suggestions to eat your way around Europe without leaving Bristol.
Bordeaux Quay, Bristol Harbourside
You're spoilt for choice at the Bordeaux Quay where you'll find a restaurant, brasserie, wine bar, deli, bakery and cookery school, all under one roof.
The menu has a French influence and is made from the best seasonal and regionally sourced food and ingredients.
Try the ground floor Brasserie for an informal breakfast or lunch which opens out onto the waters edge. For something a little more elegant, book dinner in the first floor restaurant which has the most stunning views of the harbour.
Further details at: Bordeaux Quay
Al Bacio, Clifton
Bristol is blessed with many Italian restaurants and pizzeria's, however if you are looking for some proper Italian cuisine look no further than Al Bacio. The staff are very welcoming and attentive, while the menu is extensive, authentic and reasonably priced plus vegetarians are well catered for.
Further details at: Al Bacio
Bravas, Cotham Hill
Classic Spanish small plates served in an intimate, softly lit tapas bar.
Bravas serve simple, freshly prepared, high quality Spanish inspired dishes intended to be shared, along with a great selection of Spanish wines and ice cold beers in frozen glasses.
Highly recommended if you're out with a group and you're looking for somewhere sociable to spend an evening. The owners visit Spain regularly and change their menu daily to take advantage of the fresh and seasonal products available, therefore using ingredients that are both at their best and good value.
Further details at: Bravas
Bristanbul Patisserie and Bakery, Gloucester Road
If you're in the mood for something eastern and sweet, head to Bristanbul Patisserie and Bakery at 137 Gloucester Road.
They have a variety of delicacies to choose from both sweet and savoury. From traditional baklava to cream cakes, large and individual to Turkish savoury specialities like Lahmacun, Turkish Pizza. Open daily from 9 to 7 and 10 to 5 on Sunday.
Further details at: Bristanbul
Pieminister, Stokes Croft
If you're hungry and patriotic and looking for some good old British nosh, it has to be the Bristol Institution that is Pieminister.
Local pie experts Tristan Hogg and Jon Simon serve up fresh and ethically sourced twists on the classic British pie.
With over 16 great tasting, award winning pies to choose from, plus hot pots, fresh salads and a variety of delicious sides, whats not to like?
Add to this a very well-stocked bar including some fantastic local beer and the traditional pie and a pint doesn't get any better!
Further details at: Pieminister
Whatever the outcome for Brexit and the result of Euro 2016, you are already on to a winner if you live in Bristol!