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Sports Bar & Grill Open For Breakfast This Saturday

Bristol Sports Bar & Grill will be open for breakfast this Saturday from 10am-12noon before Bristol City's final home game of the season.

City face Huddersfield Town at 3pm in their final home game of the season having confirmed their place in the Sky Bet Championship for another year.

Breakfast costs £8 and features Cumberland sausages, bacon, sautéed mushrooms, hash browns, scrambled eggs, and fried bread. 

Tables are available from 10am-12noon, after which time all tables are reserved for pre-match meals, although drinking area will be available until kick-off.

It will be a packed weekend of live sporting action at the Sports Bar with Bolton v Hull, Arsenal v Norwich, Swansea v Liverpool, Man United v Leicester, Bedford Blues v Bristol Rugby, and Southampton v Man City all shown live on the biggest pub screen in the UK.

To book a table please email bristolsportsbar@bristol-sport.co.uk (please note booking is not secured until receipt of a confirmation email from Bristol Sports Bar & Grill).

Click here to find out more about Bristol Sports Bar & Grill.

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