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Housed in a building with a fascinating history, Harveys magnificent cellars are guaranteed to impress. An intriguing venue with a past that spans centuries, Harveys Cellars is the former home and birthplace of the world-famous Harveys Bristol Cream and offers a reminder of Bristol’s sherry and wine heritage.
Being in such close proximity to Bristol’s well known theatres makes Harveys the perfect place to enjoy a pre or post-show indulgence. The Bristol Blue Glass bottle display alone is worth a visit and with sherry and tapas tutorial evenings, wine tasting menus, the Cream of Bristol Gallery featuring local contemporary artists and private dining areas, Harveys Cellars is a welcome addition to this fantastically cultural city.
Friday - Saturday: 5pm - 10pm
Excellent service and some interesting Caribbean choices mixed in with more regular Spanish style tapas menu. Food was great if you like to mix curried goat with a plate of red wine chorizo. Worked for us. Really fun night thanks to the bar waiter
The entire place had a lovely Spanish feel, the food was excellent, the service was top class and the staff were very informative of the food you were eating.
I went for the tasting menu at £45 and it was really good value for money, the enjoyment is the different sherry tasting with each course, not to be missed, it is very informative and educational and fun, that is the nice thing about it. Give it a whirl, why not treat yourself, nothing ventured, nothing gained.
We are regulars at Harveys. Love the range of drinks. Great sherry selection. Wish you could purchase all the sherries by the bottle as well as by the glass. Creole tapas is nice - love the goat curry.