Bedminster

Bedminster cafesGroundedHennessey’s Coffee LoungeMrs Brown’s

Bedminster pubsThe Victoria Park

Bedminster barsThe Old Bookshop

9 responses

11 10 2010
motamanbristol

Just out of shot….left a bit…..there’s Motaman 🙂

Must have been early as well not to get many people in shot, it’s quite busy street.

10 08 2011
Vicky

Paper Village is an amazing business at 200 North Street . See http://www.thepapervillage.co.uk. Paper Village sells Arts and Craft materials, runs a library renting craft tools, organises collaborative creative projects , runs workshops, holds regular social groups and gives advice on all aspects of making and creating
Drop in and make a card fro less than a £1, Buy cardboard masquerade masks to decorate, Buy iron on vinyl to decorate your colthes, Buy lots of great paint ..learn to make handmade books, buy great specialist paper…lots going onj….also see Paper Village Arts on Facebook or go to the webiste, downlaod the newsletter and join the mailing list 🙂

14 04 2012
HisnHers Bristol

I agree Paper village is brilliant, I am about to join their facebook group to be able to know about their workshops. Great find Vicky

1 09 2011
Tamsin Edwards (@flimsin)

The gorgeous South Indian restaurant Cafe Ganesha, just up from Cafe Grounded, where the staff give you heartfelt recommendations (“don’t bother with the poppadoms, what you want is a dosa…”

On the other side of the road, the Italian-owned gelataria (part of Bottelino’s restaurant), and the art gallery with cafe and gift shop (jewelry, toys, arty cards, secondhand books).

Windmill Hill City Farm and its cafe and events. The Windmill pub! Warm and welcoming, with Bristol Beer Factory beers and good pies.

The Victoria Park on Raymend Road, also good food. The Star and Dove on St Luke’s Road – excellent food and range of ales, served by friendly staff and chefs.

We’re on the up here in Bemmy….

3 11 2011
Daman Dharmachari

Every one needs to know that the gelateria next to Bedminster Library has morphed into the most welcoming and craving fulfilling cafe called ‘CAKE’

Lovely homemade cakes and sandwiches. Super coffee and tea. A place to call ‘home’ i think.

22 03 2013
Mick

This cafe has closed down

26 11 2011
Jo

Great new ‘pop-up’ shop on North Street (opposite The Terrace) called Home. Check it out! They stock some fab brands plus lots of unique gift ideas for house&home. Perfect for christmas!

4 02 2012
Simone

Windmill Hill City Farm on Philip Street is a beautiful natural setting and as well as animals and beautiful gardens, they have a cosy cafe serving fab food. They also run great courses including Organic Gardening, Yoga, Wild Brewing, Arts and crafts courses, Cheesmaking and lots more….Open Tuesday to Saturday 9-4pm and its Free entry.

15 03 2013
F. E. Burroughes

Don’t forget the Bristol Blue Glass Bedminster Works, at St. Catherine’s. Not only blue glass, but also engraved and carved glass, and glass in all sorts of colours. Glass has been made on this site since 1716!

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