Hold a wild meeting among the animals at Bristol Zoo's new venue

Restaurant at Bristol Zoo Gardens can host 250 people for corporate and private events.

The Hide at Bristol Zoo
The Hide at Bristol Zoo

A new restaurant called The Hide at Bristol Zoo offers a fun and flexible event space located at the heart of the zoo, among exotic animals from across the world. 

From early morning breakfast meetings, to large-scale networking events or parties, this impressive new venue can accommodate up to 250 people, to celebrate a range of occasions with themes ranging from relaxed dining to canapés and cocktails.

Vicky Whitfield, sales manager for the official catering partner, Levy Restaurants UK at Bristol Zoo Gardens, said: "Our unique events are tailored to a client’s individual needs, whether it’s a breakfast meeting over croissants and coffee as the animals wake-up around the zoo, or a private party with delicious food - this is a truly amazing place to host an event."

Featuring sleek white-glazed brick and copper on the outside and immersive interactive features on the inside, the venue has augmented reality screens and wall murals. Interior designers took inspiration from nature and installed five themed zones, based on a range of animal habitats to enhance the experience of visitors.

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