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.
Another cute & colourful cafe with the tastiest homemade salads, golden lattes and special teas.
Very rarely do I cave for sweet treats – especially brownies – but sometimes you just gotta go for it. These guys were on another level…
Beets n Roots
Super healthy spot for salads, smoothie bowls, and juices… with a cute terrace that’s perfect in the summer.
The Crafty Egg
Super chilled cafe with amazing eggs. The Afghan Eggs (eggs with mint & cumin) – with a side of halloumi – are my fave.
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.
Can’t deny a cafe with a bike suspended on the wall. Great cold brews, comfy sofas, and light and airy.
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 🔥
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…
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.
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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