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St Nicholas Market is the traditional Marketing Hub of Bristol. Commonly known as St Nicks, The market is situated in the centre of Bristol. Its permanent market buildings are home to the largest collection of independent retailers in Bristol...more
This is an open air food market with a glass roof set in an antique part of the old city. It has a range of ethnic food options- Moroccan, Portuguese, Italian, Caribbean, Asian, Middle Eastern, as well as a delicious looking bakery. All the stalls...More
A long establish feature of Bristol life and easily missed - so make the effort to find it. The area around it is ever changing and some of the shops in the market change but they all contribute to the charm of St Nicks. An...More
I went here for lunch on a sunny day with two children and my husband’s cousin, who lives here. I got falafel salad and my daughter got to try a traditional savory pie. Spilt up and have one person get a table while the other...More
St Nicks & the docks are the only 2 places i enjoy going to in Bristol, but I only visit when the weather alows going on 2 wheels as the city council continues to treat motorists as second class citizens with their bizzare road systems...More
This is a lovely place to potter around taking in all the sights and smells. There are lots of wonderful food stalls with a street food vibe and lots of other interesting things to look at; we particularly enjoyed the vinyl record store.
There are so many shops here and in the Corn Market. The building is amazing. I love spending time here especially the stall which sells old photos of Bristol and surrounding area. Lots of ideas for Christmas presents here. I could spend hours here.