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Climate change is the single most important thing that should be on our agenda.

Our diets are one of the huge contributing factors to the degradation of the natural world.

The food we consume is covered in plastic, intensively and unnaturally farmed and often flown half way across the world.

This does not have to be the case.

At Artemis, we believe that you do not have to sacrifice what you love to retain your values, and enjoy good, honest food right on your doorstep.

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Our menu follows our 2 sustainability principles:

1. Local

Where possible, everything from the wheat of the buns to the egg in the mayo will be sourced from the southwest of the UK, grown responsibly and/or foraged. The menu will change seasonally to adjust naturally to the British climate without relying on imported produce.

2. Wild 

Our Venison and other game will always be truly wild. We want to eat good food while also having a positive impact on the environment. To learn more about planet-friendly meat, click here

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“Artemis, in Greek religion, the goddess of wild animals, the hunt, and vegetation…the goddess of wild nature, who danced, usually accompanied by nymphs, in mountains, forests, and marshes. Artemis embodied the sportsman’s ideal, so besides killing game she also protected it, especially the young; this was the Homeric significance of the title Mistress of Animals.”

 

Find Us here:

2022

Bristol / Somerset

13th / 20th August - Burrow Hill Cider Farm

Every Thursday - Sunday of September at Wiper and True Taproom, St. Werberghs, Bristol

2023

Festivals

Take a break from the boogie to refuel.

Starting Summer 2023

 
 

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