9 Hipster coffee shops in Bristol for digital nomads

Bristol is FULL of hipster coffee shops – with amazing homemade salads and sweet treats, good wifi and great coffee.

So, here’s my fave 9 coffee shops in Bristol…

The Arts House

Arty. 🎨 House-like. 🏠

Colourful & comfy. Kitsch decorations. Super chilled.

coffee shops in bristol art house

The Bristolian

Another cute & colourful cafe with the tastiest homemade salads, golden lattes and special teas.

coffee shops in bristol bristolian

Very rarely do I cave for sweet treats – especially brownies – but sometimes you just gotta go for it. These guys were on another level…

coffee shops in bristol bristolian

Beets n Roots

Super healthy spot for salads, smoothie bowls, and juices… with a cute terrace that’s perfect in the summer.

coffee shops in bristol beets n roots

The Crafty Egg

Super chilled cafe with amazing eggs. The Afghan Eggs (eggs with mint & cumin) – with a side of halloumi – are my fave.

coffee shops in bristol crafty egg

Spicer & Cole

A few Spicer & Cole’s dotted around – but my favourite is the one in Clifton. Not too big, not too small – cosy with a brick wall, and loads of homemade salads.

coffee shops in bristol spicer

coffee shops in bristol spicer and cole


Can’t deny a cafe with a bike suspended on the wall. Great cold brews, comfy sofas, and light and airy.

coffee shops in bristol wainrights 2

coffee shops in bristol wainrights


Super roomy with two large floors, massive windows, and long tables. And a menu that includes smashed avocado on sourdough toast with salted caramel & chilli sauce 🔥

coffee shops in bristol bakesmiths

coffee shops in bristol bakesmiths


If you venture a little further afield, Easton is apparently the up-and-coming part of Bristol… It’s a bit cheaper here, and rough round the edges – but still with some lush hipster cafes…

No 12 Easton

Feels pretty arty and edgy at No 12 with funky murals on the walls. The coffee here is rich, strong & delish…

coffee shops in bristol no 12

coffee shops in bristol no 12 easton


If Deliciously Ella owned a cafe in Bristol, this would be it.

Home to the most amazing selection of homemade salads and breads – like their ‘soft herb and butter bean dip, baked cauliflower puree, radishes, butter and smoked salt’.  Plus, their indoor plants gives it a jungly vibes.

Lots of plug sockets around the tables makes it easy to work here for hours.

coffee shops in bristol dela

coffee shops in bristol dela

So there’s my fave coffee shops in Bristol – but feel free to drop me a note or comment below if you know any more!

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