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Bristol's Best Hidden Cafes

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November 13th, 2019

Bristol is bursting with a range of different cafes with a growing collection of them independent, offering us delicious locally sourced coffee and tasty treats. We’ve created a guide for the top Bristolian Cafes to visit.  

Miss Potts Chocolate House – For those with a sweet tooth, Miss Potts Chocolate House is the ultimate chocolate café. Situated at the bottom of Park Street, it’s located in the center of the city.  Pretty much everything on the menu consists of some form of chocolate. Whether that’s in cake form, brownie, cookie sandwich and more! The café is open till 9 pm during the week, which is perfect for visiting as a late-night treat.  

Sandwich Sandwich - If you’re looking for the god of all Sandwiches then Sandwich Sandwich is the place for you. With several cafes open across Bristol City Centre, there’s always a Sandwich Sandwich near you when walking through town.  Sandwiches are created right in front of you, with a choice of different wholesome fillings available on a range of different breeds. Their sandwiches are known for being jam-packed and tasty so it’s always worth the visit.  

You & Meow Cat Café - Lover of feline friends? This café is the ideal place to visit where you can relax with fluffy friends while also enjoying a slice of cake. Opened since 2017, the unique café is a place of well-being for all cat lovers. They offer exclusive packages such as afternoon tea and feline experiences perfect for gifts.  

Ahh Toots – Located down St.Nicholas Market, Ahh Toots is a vintage style tea and cake shop.  The Café is full of non-matching china and limited-edition marmite jars. They specialise in creating beautiful ‘instagramable’ cakes not just for the café but also for weddings and parties. Combining a love of fine art and passion for baking has created what is Ahh Toots.  This is definitely worth a visit for legendary sausage rolls and creamy Clifton coffees.   

The Bristolian – The Bristolian is just one of the many great cafés finds down Gloucester Road.  The small bistro serves healthy breakfasts, lunch, and suppers. The menu is mainly veggie, vegan and meat meals with only free-range meat and eggs from local suppliers.  The beautiful front open garden is ideal for drinking hot chocolate and watching the world go by.  

The Crafty Egg – Within the heart of Stokes Croft is The Crafty Egg. Surrounded by creative street art is a warm and friendly environment for people to hang out, work or just grab a coffee. The wide range food menu consists of free-range egg dishes along with many other options. Only using homemade, fresh locally sourced food, you’re able to pull up a seat next to the window and watch the evolution of Stokes Croft first-hand.  Stocking some of Bristol’s finest locally produced beers from Bristol Beer Factory.  

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