CARGO is home to a host of independent eateries, shops and more. This new concept made entirely of converted shipping containers is part of Wapping Wharf.
*Be aware of road closures around Wapping Wharf on Sunday 15th September for the Bristol Half Marathon. Traders will be open as usual. Click here for details.
An affordable, casual dining Indian concept with a “small plate” and “large plate” sharing menu
A bottle shop bringing you the highest quality craft beer from here, there and everywhere.
A 14-seat restaurant - with kitchen table - showcasing seasonal modern British cooking.
A clothing retailer selling exclusively ethically produced men and womenswear from a tightly curated collection of independent brands and designers
Sister restaurant to Bristol favourite, Bravas, Cargo Cantina is a taco bar inspired by the cantinas of Mexico City
CUPP Bubble Tea
Bristol’s renowned bubble tea specialists. Serving traditional and healthy Taiwanese bubble tea and noodles.
Gambas serves authentic Spanish-inspired tapas, with a focus on fresh fish and seafood, ice cold beers & refreshing aperitivos.
Gopal's Curry Shack
Vibrant Indian street food. Fresh, aromatic, seasonal vegetarian and vegan dishes
Harbour & Browns
A vibrant venue, offering cocktail, fizz & great food to share between friends and family
John Kelly 1880+
Selling design led jewellery, silver and metalware, circa 1880 to the present day, with a slant towards post War Scandinavian and British design.
Super soft clothing & accessories all made using the world’s most sustainable plant – bamboo
An ethical butcher specialising in high welfare, tasty local meat
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with a menu that will open your eyes to the delights of all things porky!
Early morning, lunchtime express and evening yoga classes for EVERY body
Small plate restaurant from the team at Eat Drink Bristol Fashion that celebrates veg and serves meat on the side.
Salt & Malt
Proper fish and chips with the best view of Bristol’s iconic harbourside
Seven Lucky Gods
Casual Japanese style drinks and small plates inspired by the Izakaya bars of Tokyo
A tiny restaurant with big adventure serving intensely pleasurable burgers, fries and lemonades
Tasty food cooked with skill and care with regularly changing dishes
The Assembly Bakery
Ethical bakery supplying freshly baked bread, pastries and cakes with a focus on deliciousness, seasonality and also gluten free and vegan yumminess.
The Pickled Brisket
Bristol's first dedicated salt beef bar, serving locally sourced hot salt beef sandwiches
Fresh Asian dishes cooked with some serious wok skills
Woky Ko: Kaiju
Serving ramen and yakitori skewers cooked over charcoal on a traditional robata grill
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Bristol Hippodrome - Bristol Hippodrome
Tobacco Factory - Tobacco Factory
Clifton Suspension Bridge - Dave Pratt
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery - Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
At Bristol - Iain Lewis
Bristol Zoo and Gardens - Bob Pitchford
Cabot Tower - Destination Bristol
Park Street - Tammy Baker
St Nicholas Market - Graham Flack
St Mary Redcliffe Church - St Mary Redcliffe Church
Bristol Aquarium - Bristol Aquarium