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5 reasons why you should Pop-Up your own restaurant

Posted by on April 7, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

5 reasons why you should Pop Up your own restaurant   Over the past several years, pop-ups have been more and more present around us. It started originally in the 1960’s as supper clubs and have taken place in unexpected places, under-used venues, homes for a limited time. Pop-up are very flexible and serve many different purposes, charity events, art exhibition, showcase of up and coming chefs and the list is endless. If you are not convinced as yet that starting your own pop-up adventure is the way forward, you will find those 5...

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40 Alfred Place Private Hire Venue Pictures

Posted by on March 13, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Upstairs 40 Alfred Place Our wonderful private hire venue in the heart of Kingsdown, Bristol in pictures.  The upstairs area of the restaurant plays hosts to a spacious dining area, fully equipped bar with the kitchen raised at the back of the building. Upstairs from the Window Table Upstairs from the Main Door Upstairs with Diners from the Kitchen The Window Table Through the Window at...

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Pop-up story… hunkimori

Posted by on February 21, 2014 in Featured Homepage Blog, Pop Up Restaurant | 0 comments

One of the good resolution we have taken this new year is to make sure we share even more our love of pop-up, food and amazing people. This time our pop-up story is all about hunkimori. We would like to thanks everyone who came and enjoy theirdinner on Valentine’s evening. As usual it is always great pleasure to welcome again Chelle and her team here at 40 Alfred Place. Since July 2013, the team behind hunkimori is sharing with us the love of plant based food. With a growing interest  on knowing exactly what is on your plate and where...

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Pop-up story… Sunday Sandwich Soirée.

Posted by on February 13, 2014 in events, Pop Up Restaurant, Uncategorized | 0 comments

A couple of weeks ago we have seen the return of Sunday Sandwich Soirée for their Part 2. After a really depressing cold, rainy, January, everyone was up for a cheer and that always involves good food and booze. Madeline Mehalko knowns all about this (being a foodie and working in the wine trade help)  and once again she has decided to treat her guests with the best offering sandwich versions of Christmas classics, pairing a different wine with each one. The day was a delight and everyone had a great time. Here is few pictures for you,...

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Here’s to even bigger, even better and even happier things in 2014!

Posted by on January 2, 2014 in Featured Homepage Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

On the first days of 2014, I wanted to wish you all the best for this new year. May all your wishes & projects come true. Also I wanted to thank you all for your support in 2013, it has been a great year. We have been pleased to welcome you at the different pop-ups we have hosted and for the chefs it was a pleasure working with you, to see your events taking shape and growing over the year. 40 Alfred Place is full of diversity and that’s what make it so special so thank you all. I hope to see you all back at 40 Alfred Place for...

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The merrier the better…

Posted by on December 27, 2013 in 40 Alfred Place Event, Featured Homepage Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Sorry for the delay on posting this, I must say we have been really busy in December celebrating everyone’s Christmas party, birthday, get together. And also for the one’s who managed to have a table booked for the numerous pop-ups throwing their Christmas Special we hope you had a fantastic time as much that the chefs have. In the meantime, we took a couple of days off over Christmas to celebrate and recover ourselves. We hope you had a wonderful time with family and friends the past few days, so once again Merry Christmas to...

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Welcome our new Event Space Manager

Posted by on October 30, 2013 in 40 Alfred Place Event, events, Featured Homepage Blog, Featured Slider, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Sorry we haven’t posted here for a while, over the past few weeks we have introduced into the business Maud our new Event Space Manager for those you haven’t met her yet     And to tell you a bit more, I will just let her speak for herself (excuse her French!) “Hi everyone, I am Maud. I was born and bred in France and moved to Bristol 3 & 1/2 years ago. I must say that I was only here  to stay for a 6 months internship but I completely fell in love with Bristol and its people and it looks like my ferry never...

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Digital Dishes – The Watershed & BBC Radio 4

Posted by on May 13, 2013 in Education, Featured Slider, Food, Pop Up Restaurant, World Food | 0 comments

Digital Dishes – The Watershed & BBC Radio 4

What represents your life on a plate? Tuesday 9th April 2013 Digital Dishes asks…”If you could choose one dish to represent your life and heritage, what would it be?” Digital dishes was an education project run by The Watershed & Stand + Stare, where 13 participants aged over 50 were invited from all over Europe to cook and share their food stories using digital technology.  The Radio 4 Food Programme explores the stories behind the participants’ recipes, such as the rise of vegetarianism in 60s Britain and...

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Heart Breakfast – Run Their Own Restaurant

Posted by on May 13, 2013 in 40 Alfred Place Event, Chairty, Featured Slider, Pop Up Restaurant | 0 comments

Heart Breakfast – Run Their Own Restaurant

Ed, Troy and Paulina Take Over 40 Alfred Place Thursday 18th April 2013 We have seen a wide variety of food enthusiasts, pop-ups and supper clubs take over 40 Alfred Place in the past year, but one Thursday in April saw three unexpected recruits join the ranks of Bristol’s pop up community….Ed, Troy and Paulina of Heart Bristol’s Breakfast Show. In support of the local radio station’s Have a Heart Charity all three presenters battle it out to see who could cook the best dish for 40 hungry guests.  The coverage on the...

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SupperThyme March Pop Up With Guest Chef Tim Maddams

Posted by on March 16, 2013 in 40 Alfred Place Event, events, Pop Up Restaurant | 0 comments

SupperThyme Pop Up Restaurant With Guest Chef Tim Maddams: SupperThyme is back for a new Pop Up in March with another special guest chef, Tim Maddams. Tim is best know for his work at Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage, both on and off screen. He has another starring role in this Season of Hugh’s Fish Fight on C4 and is a renowned expert in sustainable and seasonal foods. Tim has since started his own business Green Sauce. Our 2 night Pop Up coincides with Bristol’s popular Love Food Festival, where Tim Maddams is...

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