Welsh bar and restaurant group Bar 44 is expanding outside Wales, with a new site opening in Bristol this summer.
The latest Bar 44, on Regent Street in Clifton Village, will offer a similar take on Spanish dining to the family-owned group's three other sites in Cardiff, Cowbridge and Penarth. After a "complete redesign", the new site will open in July.
The venue will offer seasonal dishes, made with both Spanish and British ingredients, and a Spanish drinks list, featuring rare sherries, gin tonicas, Spanish cocktails and Spanish wines.
Siblings Tom, Owen and Natalie Morgan established the first Bar 44 16 years ago in Cowbridge.
Tom said: "We all spent our formative years here in Bristol and have always wanted to bring our version of modern Spanish hospitality to the city."
Owen added: "We want to make sure our bar and restaurant is accessible to all, a family-friendly place, offering the highest quality ingredients that showcase our passion for Spanish food and culture."
The group also runs Asador 44 in Cardiff city centre, offering chuleton steaks and charcoal-grilled fish and vegetables.