North Street is a stone’s throw away from green spaces such as Greville Smyth Park and Ashton Court Estate, the latter of which is a perfect picnic spot and home to the annual Bristol International Balloon Fiesta. It’s perfectly located for commuter access too, with the centre just a 15-minute cycle away. You can also reach the centre in 30 minutes on foot, taking in the scenic harbourside on the way.
A Guardian ‘Top Ten Budget Eat’, Bagel Boy offers up healthy, nutritious fillings in every bagel.
A new and perfectly on trend hairdressing salon for all styles.
Fancy a laugh? Head to Comedy Box which has hosted many up-and-coming comics over the years.
The original Lounge café and bar (now one of 74), opened on North Street in 2002 and still going strong.
A specialist coffee house with its own seasonal espresso blend, along with homemade cakes and snacks.
There’s often a queue out the door at Rare, a fabulous local butcher selling everything from burgers to wild game.
Pick up the perfect gift from local artisan jewellery to handmade ceramics at this glass gallery and gift shop.
The freshest, tastiest fish and chips going, even cooked in eco-friendly palm oil for a healthier meal.
Opened in 2001, it’s now a Bristol institution for socialising, great food, art exhibitions, live music and theatre.
‘Best Mediterranean restaurant at the Bristol Good Food Awards 2015’, the menu has the best local ingredients.
The largest of the Thali authentic Indian food chain, the Thali Café serves up tiffins, city snacks and mango lassi galore.
One of Bristol’s most renowned bakers, Mark’s Bread is the place to head for all your artisan bakery needs.