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‘There’s no such thing as too many burgers’

By bristol247, Wednesday Aug 23, 2017

Not a week has gone by recently without a new burger restaurant opening in Bristol, and now one of the city’s most notorious burger munchers has decided to celebrate the myriad of meaty goodness with the inaugural Big Bristol Burger Crawl.

Taking place on Saturday, September 30, the Big Bristol Burger Crawl will take in five different venues, with participants being given five mini slider versions of each venue’s signature burger.

Leading the tour will be Bristol burger queen Natalie Brereton, whose Instagram feed alone is enough to give you the meat sweats.

“There’s been a massive amount of new openings in Bristol recently, especially when it comes to burgers,” Natalie says.

“Whilst there are have been fears that there are too many, I believe each venue offers something different to the next, and in my opinion there’s no such thing as too many burgers!

“I wanted to put a positive spin on things and bring them all together, in true Bristol style.”

The debut Big Bristol Burger Crawl will start at Squeezed in Cargo 2 at Wapping Wharf, and then onto street food stall Buckland Burgers at the Harbourside Market, Burger Theory on St Stephen’s Street, Bambalan on Colston Street and finishing at Asado conveniently situated just up the road.

Tickets to the Big Bristol Burger Crawl cost £25 and are on sale at www.foozie.co.uk/event/big-bristol-burger-crawl/

 

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