Wapping Wharf is rapidly becoming a new independent food and drink quarter for Bristol.
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 restaurants, cafes and shops.
Gaol Ferry Steps, the tree-lined, pedestrianised route running through Wapping Wharf, has retailers located along either side, while CARGO, a new retail yard made of converted shipping containers, brings together a range of independent traders.
Find out more about exciting places to eat, drink and relax at Wapping Wharf:
Bars, restaurants & cafes | On the go | Shopping | CARGO
With thanks to the following, who supplied imagery for this site:
Adam Gasson - SS Great Britain
Quentin Lake - M-Shed
Bristol Old Vic - Bristol Old Vic
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