February 13, 2010

Rating Bristol's restaurants


Here is a website that's beginning to get enough action to make its reviews of Bristol eateries mean something. Take a look.
It also has ratings for bars and cafes in town.
Another rating service that's a lot more popular nationally is Yelp. Here's what it has for Bristol so far -- but you can always help out by adding in your own ratings.

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20 comments:

Anonymous said...

What restaurants the fast foode joints have to go out of town for a good meal.

Tim Gamache said...

Surprised ParkSide Cafe didn't make the list.

Anonymous said...

We have restaurants in Bristol ? Besides whatever Angelino's is now?

Chinese Buffets and Dollar Stores....oh, and check cashing places.

Welcome to Bristol..

Anonymous said...

Lets face it dont try to makeout Bristol has a chance its finished no leadership only wellfare taking over real Quick. ESPN hAS FOOD SERVICE BUT THE OUTSIDE ISNT WELLCOME.Plus espn will probably want to say its located in southington. Bristol has gone backward.

woe is you said...

such negativity - how many of you blubbering idiots support anything in Bristol or do anything except try to get everyone else to feel sorry for your pathetic, hapless butts, having no ambition but to spend hours and hours crying a river of sorrow on this blog? Get a life, a REAL life.

Anonymous said...

With all due respect to all of the cafes, bars, eateries, etc., unfortunately there are no true restaurants in Bristol.

All attempts have gone for naught. When we have something close to Cava's, Silo, Apricots, Anthony Jacks or Bontera's, then we can have a valid discussion about rating "restaurants" in Bristol.

Hopefully, the plans for Depot Square will include a good restaurant but more importantly, one that the community will support by eating there.

cseguin said...

Yelp is a great resource. I find the customer reviews there more helpful than the ones on Citysearch.

Anonymous said...

Just imagine eating at a new restaurant here and watching a bum dressed in coverallsspitting on the side walk like the ones at the hot dog cart that stand there all day. Or watch some little girl pushing a carriage withher wellfarebaby crying. How about the drug dealers and hookers working across from the police dept. Doesnt sound like restaurants in Southing but they have a police dept that does there job. Bristol is so far removed from reality it isnt funny.

Anonymous said...

FAILURE thats what it is. Just like leadership in town.

Anonymous said...

9:03: NEGATIVITY - that's what it is...just like your attitude. We don't need it...or you.

Anonymous said...

They Burger King on the list. Pretty sad.......

Anonymous said...

NOT ONE BIT OF LEADERSHIP . Thats the problem and a lot of over paid dept heads .

Anonymous said...

YOU GOT IT. Whats up with the budet.

Anonymous said...

No buisness will make it in bristol with the idiots in control.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately for Bristol, it's the idiots (like yourself 8:19) who constantly bash our city that make it difficult to attract good restaurants and retailers...who wants to open any business in a town where people are so nasty and negative?

what's behind said...

7:56 - we'll let you explain the pronounciation and definition of the word "budet."
You must have been home-schooled in an outhouse.

Anonymous said...

10:36 Does the truth hurt. Would you put money in bristol lets get real the city has serious problems . Bring Ellen back. with her knowledge and edcuation she could save us.

Anonymous said...

6:59, You want to get real? Ok then..yes, I do put money in Bristol. I live and work here. It's my hometown. I LIKE IT HERE.

As far as the bring back Ellen thing (LMFAO)...she was already here. We weren't impressed. Now she's gone (and no one seems to mind but you).

Anonymous said...

6:21 People like you is why bristol is failing quick.

Anonymous said...

6:21

Where can I find a definition of PRONOUNCIATION?