Independent & Individual Shopping
This is what makes Exeter so different from any other city in the region. Away from the busy High Street you'll find a wealth of chic independent stores that you can't find anywhere else.
Fore Street in the West Quarter is a rare find, not only for its architecture, but for its unusual shops and arcades. The McCoy's Arcade is home to vintage and retro clothing shop The Real McCoy and Manson's Guitars, whose famous clients have included Led Zeppelin, Muse, Arctic Monkeys, Oasis, Yes, Jethro Tull and McFly! The City Arcade has some interesting shops such as Reform Records, which plays an integral part in the south west dance music scene.
The cobbled Gandy Street, just off High Street in the Castle Quarter, has a great range of unique shops in an historic setting. Sobey's sells vintage and reworked clothing, or veer off into the New Buildings alleyway to discover retro clothing at Vivid and ethnic styles at Firkins.
Just a short walk from the city centre brings you to Magdalen Road, great for local food shopping with Bon Gout Delicatessen and Pipers Farm butchers and veg shop. You will also find unusual gifts and crafts at Leaf Street.
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The Real Food Store, Exeter’s first community owned food business. The Real Food Store offers good, fresh food and drink from sustainable sources at an honest price. We aim to give you an enjoyable, alternative shopping experience!
A specialist tobacconist selling all the needs for the smoker.
Locally Made Products
All Original Surfboards are British made - designed in Cornwall and made in Devon.
Local Food Producers
Voted Best Farm Shop in the UK 2015, family run Darts Farm is still a working farm and has over the years become known to many as the home of local produce.