A Coffee Guide to Bristol

Bristol, England, is honestly one of the most beautiful cities in the Summertime, I love just relaxing for a day and taking a walk to get a coffee or sitting in a coffee shop and doing some work. Here are a few of my favorite shops around Bristol.

Bakesmiths – Whiteladies Road

Lots of seating, fresh cakes, and pastries, delicious brunch. This place is great to do some work in the day as they also have seating upstairs.

I recommend: Cappuccinos, freshly baked bread in all their brunches/lunches!

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Hobbs House – Gloucester Road

Small, warm. Fresh cakes, pastries and pasties as well as fresh bread you can buy in loaves. I recommend this place for a catch up with a friend or a solo morning coffee.

I recommend: Smoothies and iced coffee.

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Society Cafe – Harbourside

Slightly on the pricier side, really great vibe, right on the harbour, great coffee ( worth the price!). Society Cafe is the perfect place for a morning coffee followed by a sunny walk around the harbourside.

I love: Their oat milk cappuccinos all the way.

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Lavender – Redland

Family run and authentic Italian platters, pastries and drinks. Small and cozy. So many unique drinks and coffee variations, Lavender is the perfect placs for a catch up or a solo coffee in the window.

I recommend : Almond milk cappuccino and small Italian pastries.

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Spicer and Cole – Gloucester Road

Heaps of fresh cakes and salads.

I love: Oat milk americano and the Swedish Power Balls. Or the fresh granola with greek yogurt.

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