It's easy to get cosy in Grappa, especially on a chill winter's eve. An woodburner warms the bar's cushioned front, enticing you in off the steep paved street outside – only a few minutes walk (uphill) from Milsom Street's shopping. Tealights flicker on the darkwood tables; the lighting is dim and atmospheric. The cocktails and wine list are well thought-out, but the pizzas are the real treat. Handmade on site, they're simple but crispily traditional and generously sized. Even better, they're two-for-one Monday to Thursday, so you get a fine feed in classy surrounds for under a fiver.
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