Monday, 9 January 2012

Happy New Year

I hope everyone has had a brilliant New Year. I thought I would share with you some images and links to some gorgeous gift shops, and a cafe that serves amazing food! Jesmond is a buzz of boutique shops, students and gorgeous cafes. Brentwood Avenue is situated between West Jesmond Metro, and Jesmond First School. It is home to cafes, restaurants, an antique furniture shop, hairdressers and even a Bridal store.

Stewart & Co.

If you're looking for a small cosy place to tuck in to some delicious food I would definitely recommend Stewart and Co. On the menu are homemade fish fingers and chips with their skin on, along with a range of soups and sandwich's.
The atmosphere was friendly, and the table settings and scenery were quirky. It seemed like a great place to meet a friend for a quick meal, or to have a relaxing coffee while relaxing on the large leather sofas take a look through their book collection.
Anyone with a sweet tooth has got to check out the deserts counter, which holds a large selection of fabulous looking cakes and puddings!
I would definitely recommend checking this place out, but if you are intending to visit watch out as they are planning on changing the name of it!
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Wooly Blue

 Situated along from Stewart & Co, this gorgeous gift shop is the perfect place to pop into to have a look around after your lunch. It sells a range of fabulous gifts, gift wrap and cards. You could spend hours having a look through the shelves and taking in all the different card designs.
Its also fabulous as they give 10% discount to students who hold an NUS card, which is always a bonus!!

To check it out on facebook: woolyblue
                   And its website:


Although these two gift shops have the same niche: gorgeous unique gifts, they are both completely different. You don't find any of the same items in either of them, and you get a completely different feel when you walk in to either of them. I thought the gift wrap in Y&L was gorgeous and would definitely be visiting again for inspiration on techniques for my own work in future. The gifts in Y&L felt more traditional than the previous store, but still absolutely gorgeous. 

Check it out at: Y&L Facebook
Check out some of their stock at: Geordie Mugs Facebook

Jesmond is a fabulous place to take a wonder and have a look in all the wonderful gift shops.
To check out what else is in Jesmond, take a look at Accent Magazine online here.

The Top image is Copyright GoogleMaps. I did not take that photograoh myself. 
All other images are my own.

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