Beauty Gift With Purchase. The entrance to the cinema is on the top floor, Level 1 of Cabot Circus. Update your look with these new season shades Read More. Items range from Jemima Lumley 's silver charms inspired by Victorian mourning jewellery, but far sunnier than that implies , screen prints from Jane Ormes and Chitra Merchant , Sinead Finnegan 's found-fabric embroideries and Robyn Coetzee 's decorative kiln-formed glass. Corn Street Established in , this is a fantastic indoor and covered market containing a real mix of businesses from old vinyl and vintage clothes stalls to a local sausage producer.
This is home to a few local artists who make and sell their work on site — from ceramics to jewelery. Christmas Steps Small boutique selling homewares, lingerie, clothes and gifts with the flavour of an old English Tearoom. Upper Maudlin St A very quirky place offering bespoke funeral services and a shop selling bizarre and unusual gifts.
From homeware to jewellery to kitsch religious objects. Perry Road Funky gift shop selling all sorts including homewares and interior items. Red section on map including: Its home to the Clifton Suspension Bridge and is a beautiful place to wander around. Boyces Avenue A must see on your walk around Clifton. Boyces Avenue Serving British food and real ales.
This pub is listed in pub guides. Focus On The Past: The Mall Contemporary gift shop. Worrall Road A large range of craft supplies always my first stop. Green section on map including: Stokes Croft, Cheltenham Rd, Gloucester Road, Picton St This is a more residential area of town with a bohemian flavour and home to a lot of creatives. You gotta try one. Stokes Croft Bespoke handmade sofas. York Road A well established, yet hidden away restaurant serving top quality food in a residential area.
They also serve food at all the good festivals like Glastonbury. Wellington Avenue A bakery worth popping in to for your morning croissants! Gloucester Road Quirky, contemporary gifts and home accessories. Orange section on map including: This is a residential area further out of the centre but holds a couple of worth while stops.
Lukes Road Gifts and homewares from ethical sources and local artists. Listed in pub guides. I have such a soft spot for Bristol, having lived there briefly, and was often baffled to see that people skipped over it, choosing instead to go to Bath.
Bristol is full of great music, boutiques, bars, cafes, and galleries. I will certainly bring your list with me next time I visit. Open Mon-Fri 11am-7pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm. Small but chock-full, Dreadnought is a secondhand bookstore run by a communist bibliophile with a strong sense of community.
Owner John Sidwell specialises in military and social history of which there's a healthy selection , but he's keen that any casual browser might find something to suit. Big profits are not the aim, and books are always affordably priced, with discounts for students, pensioners and the unwaged.
Peter Snowman is a cider snob. But while the ciders are high-end award-winners, there's nothing snooty about the shop: Peter's aim is to demystify the drink. So there are always flagons of draft cider on tap for tasting, alongside odd bottled varieties.
His current favourite is Tyndale Gold, from a tiny producer in Gloucestershire: Despite its name, Shop is not that simple. This magpie's nest of secondhand vinyl, homewares, furniture and fashion is a non-profit social enterprise "vintage lounge and arts venue". It's part bright boutique, full of interesting finds "We love everything in Shop," says director Jayne Marshall.
Part of the Christmas Steps Arts Quarter — its neighbours include violin shops, a bowmaker and a brass and woodwind specialist — Opus 13 specialises in all things classical music, except instruments. A haven from the city bustle, it stocks a wide range of CDs and sheet music, plus items from musical crossword compendiums to Mozart cookie cutters.
Aficionados are well-served, but owner Ruth is more than happy to advise those with no musical knowledge. Her current pick is a new Naxos book called My First Orchestra, in which Tormod the Norwegian troll guides children through the instruments. One purple shopfront, six creative ladies; this little independent gift boutique is run by a small co-operative of artists who sell their lovely, complementary but very different wares.
Items range from Jemima Lumley 's silver charms inspired by Victorian mourning jewellery, but far sunnier than that implies , screen prints from Jane Ormes and Chitra Merchant , Sinead Finnegan 's found-fabric embroideries and Robyn Coetzee 's decorative kiln-formed glass.
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