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The Lost & FoundBristol

Embracing the curiosities of astronomy, The Lost & Found Bristol takes you on an exceptional journey to discover the ethereal wonders of the cosmos. Enjoy the bar’s celestial spirit in a timeless setting, with a magnificent selection of enchanting cocktails and sublime seasonal dishes to ensure a heavenly visit.

85 Queens Road
Bristol, BS8 1QS

Enchanting cocktails & sublime seasonal dishes

Nestled on the Clifton Triangle, enjoy stepping into another world and immerse yourself in the mysteries of the unknown. Here you’ll find true sanctuary; look to the stars and enjoy drinking and dining experiences that transcend space and time.

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The Lost & Found
85 Queens Road
Bristol, BS8 1QS

Telephone - 0117 325 8180

Opening hours

Monday - Weds: 12pm - 11pm

Thursday: 12pm - 12am 

Friday & Saturday: 12pm - 1am 

Sunday: 11am - 11pm 

The Professor

Elizabeth E. Lightfoot


Queens Road, Bristol

Elizabeth E. Lightfoot was a woman who sought to find meaning among the stars. As a Professor of Astronomy with an secret interest in fortune telling, she would conduct her research in a hidden room behind an old Tobacconists in the area of Clifton, Bristol. She would also invite her close friends and perform her readings and exhibit her mysterious findings. Come and pay a visit, maybe stay a while.Who knows what you might find?

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