From Clifton to Cardiff to Cowbridge- A Feast For All Seasons at this Family of Food Venues

The Clifton, Clifton Village Bristol

A daily changing, seasonal menu from Head Chef Cory (previously Sous Chef at the Hare & Hounds, Aberthin). Custom-made Parrilla Grill, with a big focus on sharing and feasting dishes. Strong relationships with artisan suppliers in the surrounding Bristol area, as well as using produce from their smallholding. The food ethos is ‘nose to tail’ British with open fire cooking.

Call 0117 431 2002 / / 16 Regent Street, Bristol, BS8 4HG

The Heathcock, Llandaff, Cardiff

The Champagne Bar upstairs is not just Champagne and oysters, but also small plates, wine, beer and cocktails. Want to stay over or looking to house guests? The boutique B&B rooms are a secret worth knowing about, and the breakfast comes from the Hare & Hounds Bakery.

Call 029 2115 2290 / / 58-60 Bridge Street, Cardiff, CF5 2EN

Hare & Hounds, Aberthin, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan

Exciting events in the diary over autumn and the Christmas period, with lots of live music in the bar, complete with a roaring fire. The lunch saver menu is back, as well as an early evening saver menu on weekday evenings for bookings before 7pm. Try the daily tasting menu that offers amazing value with five courses for £40.

Call 01446 774892 / / Aberthin CF71 7LG

Hare and Hounds Bakery, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan

Need 12 croissants on a Saturday morning to feed guests? Simply email them to order and collect in-store. As well as a huge range of delectable bakery goods, there is also locally sourced honey, fudge, coffee, tea, oils, charcuterie, cheese, and more. Prints and tea towels are also available, and a new selection of gourmet dog treats. Great selection of hampers for sale over Christmas, plus a Sunday Christmas craft market throughout December.

Call 01446 311 191 / / North Road, Cowbridge, CF71 7DF

The Field, Hare & Hounds Pub, Aberthin, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan

Behind the Hare & Hounds pub is the group’s smallholding field. There’s a polytunnel, 12 raised beds, fruit cages, a pumpkin patch, and beehives. Next year, they expect to get chickens to supply the Hare & Hounds Pub and the Bakery, and possibly even the other pubs too.