There are lots of good bars, cafes and street art in this Bohemian district. You can get there on the 73 bus from Hotwell Road.
The edgier side of Bristol, loads of bars and clubs from here all the way up the Gloucester Road. Head to the Canteen at community hub Hamilton House.
Take a look at Banksy’s work around bristol . Many local restaurants to choose from. Quirky area that makes Bristol unique
Stokes Croft has quickly gained a reputation as Bristol’s cultural and artistic hub and taken on an identity of its own. Most businesses in Stokes Croft are independent, and place an emphasis on keeping it local and inclusive. Stokes Croft’s artistic atmosphere is characterised by its unique…
The Shoreditch of Bristol, very artsy and alternative. Lots of street art, great places to eat and drink with the odd vintage shop thrown in to the mix.
“From the junction of Zetland Road up to Berkeley Road, you must walk this street for all the wonderful local shopping, coffee shops, bars and restaurants. Our neighbourhood shopping area and one of the most famous in the country. ”
“Small, family-run venue serving classic dishes from Thailand and Malaysia plus grilled specialities.”
“Decent pub up the hill in Cliftonwood. Next to a childrens playground. Parents tend to sit in the little beer garden while their kids run riot in the adjacent play area. A slog up the hill, so walk round Clifton at the same time!”
“Head to Bristol’s historic harbourside and explore the city’s newest quarter, Wapping Wharf, where local Bristolians and visitors alike can shop, eat and relax by the glistening waterfront”
“This is no ordinary breakfast/lunch spot, truly great food, really nice owners, the location will grow on you, this is my no.1 Bristol daytime restaurant suggestion. Its great to walk to and perfect for the day.”