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COR is a family run neighbourhood restaurant in South Bristol, UK.

We passionately believe in giving back to our community.

That’s why COR works with many Bristol & national charities, growing relationships to promote the hospitality industry, support those in need and use food as a means to empower people.

It’s also why we use the space at COR for pop-ups and event nights. COR is a place for our team and community to use to do what they love and are passionate about. So far, this has included pop-ups from members of the team trialling their own ideas, as well as event nights showcasing particular regional cuisines. Watch out for more special events on our socials.

If you would like to work with us on a project like our partnered charities below please get in touch.

Community: Welcome
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Bristol, UK

The MAZI Project is a youth-led CIC empowering disadvantaged 16-25 year olds through food.

They support care leavers, young asylum seekers and youth recovering from homelessness and fleeing domestic violence.

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Bristol, UK

Caring in Bristol are striving to create a society where everyone has a home, has hope and is part of their community. They don’t believe that homelessness is a simple issue with a simple solution. That’s why they work across a number of projects helping people move away from the streets and preventing people becoming homeless in the first place.


Bristol, UK

Sous chef of COR Jake Garman and Front of house assistant manager Abi Fear used COR as a space to explore their sharing plates menu in February and March 2023.

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Bristol, UK

AMAR is a Mexican inspired pop-up restaurant in Bristol. COR hosted AMAR on 26th June 2023 offering AMAR the space to explore a sharing style set menu inspired by their love of Mexican cuisine.



Bristol, UK

Bristol’s newest state of the art dementia care home located in the hear of Redland, a short walk from The Downs. Their philosophy is centred around their residents with the aim of giving them the best possible care available whilst retaining their pride and dignity.



Bristol, UK

BS3 Jammin’ is a community harvest that will be on for a whole weekend. The idea is to create a ‘Pick Your Own Trail’ where people open up their spaces to allow people from the community to pick fruit/veg from their gardens or allotments. Surplus food is cook by local chefs and donations made to The Bristol Food Bank.



Bristol, UK

Mark Chapman and Vyck Colsell of COR prepared a delicious lunch at Radisson Blu teaching young, professional students from City of Bristol college. Chefs Knowledge Launch hosted by The Chefs forum.

Community: Our Team
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