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Saint Nicholas Market, Bristol

(4.4/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
St Nicholas Market is a market in Corn Street, Bristol, England in The Exchange in the Bristol City Centre. It is also home to the Bristol Farmers' Market, the Nails Market, and the Slow Food Market, all of which are located in front of the Exchange.
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  • This market has it all. Good choice of food stalls, with free samples to. Handmade jewellery, records, clothing, handicrafts.  more »
  • Just having a stroll around on a Saturday morning, a lot of different stalls selling all sorts and one doing different types of street food, then a look round Corn Street plenty of places for somethin...  more »
  • We spent a delightful hour or so browsing the stalls in this market, which includes both crafty items and food stalls (though there is a separate prepared food market nearby).  more »
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  • There are two good reasons to visit this lovely old market building: lunchtime food stalls and the market itself with loads of quirky stalls. The range and quality of the food at lunchtime is fantastic- both take away and sit down. Pies, barbecue, middle eastern, Thai, bacon or sausage sandwiches.....I wish I worked in central Bristol. The market itself - need a hat or t shirt, go there, need your watch fixed or a new one, go there, bike need a part or fixing? GO there. Shoe mending, jewellery, vinyl, throws...all there at good prices. And it is nice to shop in such an incorporate environment. Go there and keep it alive.
  • This market is great - situated in an old and central part of Bristol with lavish architecture, there is a dizzying choice of varied food outlets with cute little tiny seating areas, from budget places for those seeking value to the more exotic and/or expensive. There is the usual selection of miscellaneous shops, independent businesses and stalls, and even as a local I'm always discovering something new. You really can sample delights from around the world in this market (apart from all the international cuisines there is also a South African imported goods shop, for example), and even go back in time (enjoy the Georgian and Gothic buildings and classic sweet shop).
  • Like every other review you read, this place has an amazing selection of food & cakes. But also the other shops are fantastic. The book shop, sewing/craft shop, record shop have amazing choice & such good value for money. Such a worthwhile visit when you're in the city and not the normal run of the day shops.
  • Interesting market area within Bristol city centre selling all sorts of oddities. The market stretches from the indoor area to the outside pavements of the surrounding area. There is a really good choice of street food sellers if you are looking for an interesting and affordable lunch. There are also preowned book stores, record shops and a deli. Worth a browse.
  • Love this place visit every time we are in Bristol. The food area is amazing especially near lunchtime. The smells for the different stalls really sets your taste buds on fire