This Barbecue Joint Serving Brisket-Filled Burgers Is Opening A New Bristol Venue

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer


Get fired up for this new Bristol opening!

The next step of the government’s roadmap out of lockdown will not only see our favourite bars and restaurants reopening but also some new and exciting places to dine out at. And to get us even more excited about this future freedom is the latest announcement from barbecue joint, Low And Slow.

The masters of authentic pit smoked barbecue have revealed that they will be opening a brand new venue on Whiteladies Road in Clifton, Bristol from May 31. With a new opening on the horizon this means we can get more of their meaty delights like their burgers filled generously with beef brisket or pulled pork alongside plenty of pickles, slaw and sensational sauces.

Announcing the news on Instagram, Low And Slow wrote: “We’ve been keeping a secret and with it being Easter and a time of new beginnings. We’re absolutely ecstatic to share with you the start of a new chapter for Low and Slow. Low and Slow Whiteladies Baby!

“We’re bringing you all the successes of our St Nicks model & further menu items to Bristols first Barbecue fast food restaurant. 11am til 9pm service of ‘Slow Cooked Fast Food’ . We’ll be in the stunning location formerly home to Boston Tea Party. So much more news to follow but we’ll let you digest that a minute & we look forward to welcoming you early May!!”

Low And Slow, who has had a permanent stall in the Glass Arcade of St Nick’s Market for the last two years, serves locally sourced meats cooked low and slow over their specially selected woods until mouth-watering smoky and tender. The barbecue pop-up hopes to open their new branch in Clifton by early May, just as the hospitality industry prepares to serve food and drink inside once again.

If their Clifton site is anything like their stall at St Nick’s, then their menu will be brimming with 14-hour smoked brisket, pulled pork or barbecue jackfruit buns as well as loaded fries, smoky pit beans, slaw, mac and cheese, plus bacon-wrapped meat balls. They even have six homemade sauces to top your fries with including house barbecue, Carolina mustard, chipotle peach, Alabama white, hot habanero and pickleback mayo.

To celebrate their opening on bank holiday Monday (May 31), Low And Slow will also be offering 50% off all hot food, either to eat in or takeaway.

Low And Slow, 97 Whiteladies Road, BS8 2NT

[Featured Image: Low And Slow Barbecue]

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