Shaun in the City lunch

Bristol is alive with the exciting buzz of sheep talk. There’s a very special flock of sheep arriving and we can’t wait.

Shaun in the City has been to London (as did we, see the post here) and now it’s Bristol’s turn to get involved in the action. We remember all the fun of the gorilla trails in the past and know that there is one thing you’ll need to re-charge your batteries when hunting sheep:

FOOD & DRINKS!

That just so happens to be something that we’re pretty good at so we’ve got an exclusive offer for all you Shaun fans. All you have to do to get it is to show us your Shaun in the City trail map or your app on a smartphone when you place your order.

The Offer?

Shaun in the City lunch offer

That’s any lunch from our £5 Lunch menu which is available 12-5pm Mondays to Saturdays.
Sound good doesn’t it! So round up the kids, or a group of friends and enjoy spotting all the amazing Shaun’s in Bristol.

Racks is perfectly located for the end of the ‘Heritage Trail’ which is ranked at a difficulty level of ‘medium’. We’re pretty sure you’ll be up for some refuelling at this point. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous then start at Racks for your energy boost and then head on up to the ‘Downs Trail’ but be warned, this one is ranked with a difficulty level of ‘hard’. You might prefer to do the trail backwards and end up at Racks as your reward!

Whichever trail you choose, we’d love to hear about your adventures so why not share your photos with us on social media?

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Menu for Racks Bar & Kitchen in Bristol

 

Small print: Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Offer is available 12-5pm Mon – Sat for the duration of the Shaun the City trails in Bristol. Only lunches from the £5 Lunch menu apply (smaller portions available for children). Your free soft drink will be small sized and includes the option of tea or coffee. You must mention this offer and show your trail map at the time of ordering.

Sources:

http://www.shauninthecity.org.uk/

Feature image thanks to Mark Simmons