Here at The Greenbank, its all about the community.
About providing the best possible service for the neighbourhood. Whether that is serving up a cracking Sunday Roast, a decent pint, glass of wine, great band or space for local groups.
Hope to see you soon. xx
Check out our programme of daily events. Its little wonder the Western Daily Press recently named us
Open: Sun - Thurs 11am - 12midnight (last orders 11.30pm); Fri-Sat 11am - 1am (last orders 12.30pm)
Zazu’s Kitchen is a small Bristol-based company with currently two restaurants in Bristol. The Greenbank is our first pub venture.
Our co-founder Toby likes to tell people, about the origins of our name,: “ A Zazu is an exotic bird which is the first up and last to bed… a bit like us.”.
It’s not actually true. He made it up.
It is an African bird. - a fairly plain one, sadly - and we have no idea about its habits. But Toby’s little jest does sum us up..
Zazus Kitchen is about people, food and neighbourhood. And an all-day service..
We chose to open in Easton because the Greenbank perfectly fits our values and aspirations: an iconic building in the heart of a strong, supportive local community.
We see our job as providing a great local place to meet, socialise, eat, drink, debate, sit peacefully with a good book, send an email, catch up with friends or enjoy a great cup of coffee or glass of wine in the courtyard sun and just be…. All day long.
We began life as a small outpost in a strong, neighbourhood community, Stokes Croft, on the corner of Jamaica St, Bristol. We’ve since moved on but our roots remain the same.
Being a part of a local community is a key to who we are.
As a free house, we are able to offer a wide range of real ales, craft beers and great ciders. With such a wide variety on offer, the only characteristic they all share is quality.
The wine list is pretty good too, encompassing rich winter reds to celebratory champers - a tipple for every occasion.
And from toasting to roasting, we're really making a stir with our coffee, supplied by local caffeine artisans 'Extract Roasters' in St Werburghs.
From cakes and a coffee to quality bar snacks and our range of gastro pizzas and bowls.
All made by our staff fresh, on site.
And the Sunday lunches are a must! No, really... Please give us a ring to check on roast availability, pre-booking a table is strongly recommended.
Much of what we buy is sourced locally. Our meat is ethically sourced and has lived a happy life, and we also cater for vegetarians and vegans on all areas of our menus. All of our pizzas are stone baked using flour from Shipton Mill, in the Cotswolds. We are proud of our other wonderful suppliers too, who include, in no particular order: Chefs Deli, French Garden, Ruby and White, Powells of Olveston, Wings of St Mawes, The Bristol Sweet Mart and Chaudhrys Mega Mart
From chill out Sunday funk & jazz sessions to gigs, comedy, folk & DJ nights, we are reclaiming the Greenbank's roots as a premier live venue in east Bristol.
Each session is themed around a popular children's book or tale and our activities are inspired by the story. We will provide everything for you and your little artists to make quality items together and take home to hang on your wall or give as a gift.
When the making is finished we read the story together, and this gives the grown ups an opportunity to sit and relax too.
For younger siblings we have a collection of toys designed for creative play and a scribbling area.
Drop in sessions are £6, or you can prebook 5 sessions for £25, adults and scribbling siblings are free! Every Monday 1 – 2pm.
Easton Youth Theatre provides an environment where children can express themselves creatively whilst developing life skills such as self-confidence, teamwork and trust. We also devote time in each session for the creation of scenes which have come from the children's own imaginations; developing their own characters and scenarios rather than working from scripts.
Children have such amazing imaginations and we are passionate about providing a space where they can really let it loose.
Your first taster session is FREE (then £5 per session) and there are no auditions! For more information and to book a place please contact Tamsin on 07411 720272, Sara on 07969 977301, or email email@example.com.
David Mynne stars in a one man performance in a theatrical adventure based (very loosely!) on the epic poem by Homer.
Suitable for adults and older children (12+). The show begins from 7:30pm, £7 entry.
The room holds up to 100 people and has a private bar and toilets. It is available for parties, meetings, training events and other activities.
The space measures 13 metres by 5 metres. Sound and music & visual equipment is available on request.
Private events will incur a charge of £15/hourly.
If you would like to discuss booking our Function Room, email our Events team at firstname.lastname@example.org. One of our events coordinators will always be available in the pub to meet individuals & groups interested in using this space.