Wapping Wharf has rapidly become a much-loved part of Bristol, reflecting the independent spirit for which Bristol has become famous.
From sourdough pizzas to organic fruit and vegetables, and from freshly baked bread to specialist coffees, Wapping Wharf is home to a plethora of independent eateries, spanning everything from fine dining to street food. The neighbourhood is also a popular shopping hotspot, with a florist, jeweller’s, art gallery and clothing shop among the array of places to explore. Visitors are truly spoilt for choice with a barber’s, yoga studio, massage and nail studio also based in this flourishing quarter.
Gaol Ferry Steps, the tree-lined, pedestrianised route running through Wapping Wharf, has cafes, restaurants and shops located along either side, while CARGO brings together a range of independent traders housed within converted shipping containers. The area is located on the edge of Bristol’s beautiful waterfront, with views across the glistening harbourside.
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