Green Street

Explore Green Street

Another street often missed by visitors to Cambridge. Green Street has always been one of our favourites, and through the efforts of Gonville & Caius, it has become a street full of indie shops. Small bespoke and quirky shops and home to the Cambridge Gin company.

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Mercado is inspired by Spain’s historic markets and restaurants and with a focus on Galician and Basque heritage. High-quality ingredients are sourced from small producers. 

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This lovely plant shop first popped up a few months ago in the city centre of Cambridge. They have now relocated to Green Street. Browse their shop or online to brighten up your life.

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EO’s founder Carla Nizzola has over a decade’s experience in the art world. It was born out of her life-long passion for collecting art and natural history, antiques and curiosities.

made in Cambridge

The award-winning Cambridge Gin company was born out of walks with the founders’ Labrador through the meadows of  Cambridge. Their Gins are distilled in Grantchester.

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Awarded in 2020 “UK Bespoke Jeweller of the Year”, Harriet Kelsall is still leading the way in custom with her creative bespoke designs of rings and jewellery.

CB travel guide Layrs hatter

Laird Hatters hand make hats and caps of distinction for both men and women from British cloths and supporting British textile manufacturing.

CB travel guide modish

Voted by the Guardian newspaper as one of the Top 100 shoe shops in the UK . Not a surprise as at Modish they love shoes and making you look and feel fabulous!

cb travel guide tabanco

The Spanish neighbourhood restaurant, Tabanco source the finest market-fresh ingredients to produce an ever-changing seasonal menu with passion with a twist.

cb travel guide open air

The local independent outdoor shop. At Open Air, they are passionate about the outdoors and travel. Open Air is the leading stockist in the UK of Meindl walking boots and shoes.

our tip – visit Cambridge open studios

 local artists, craftspeople and designer-makers open their studios to showcase their work

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