The Bristol Post recently published an article claiming that Bristol is fast becoming the place to be vegan.
The article begins by saying: “It may come as a surprise to some to learn that Bristol is fast becoming one of the best vegan cities in the country.
“In recent data from holiday lettings company Holidu, Bristol has been named the fourth most vegan-friendly city in the UK, behind Manchester, Edinburgh, and Leicester.”
The paper goes on to discuss the opportunities to eat out as a vegan in Bristol.
“Bristol has more than its fair share of vegan-only food establishments, with more and more other non-vegan restaurants willing to create dishes to suit customer needs.”
It lists vegan eateries Café Kino, Earthcake, Vx, the Spotless Leopard van, and Matter in Fishponds as worthy of a visit, adding: “As well as these dedicated vegan eateries, other non-vegan restaurants are beginning to listen to their customers who prefer not to eat animal products, and now offer at least a handful of vegan options.”
The paper goes on to discuss another hidden benefit of living in Bristol. Three of the 4 Bristol MPs are vegan.
“And if that’s not enough for you, three out of four of Bristol’s MPs are vegan. Kerry McCarthy, Thangam Debonnaire, and Darren Jones are all committed to leaving animal products off their plates.”
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