Discover Drake Circus, the ultimate shopping and leisure experience. With a range of top brands and high street stores to a huge choice of places to eat, drink, relax.
Make a day of it
If you're looking for a new season wardrobe, toys to keep the kids entertained, or accessories to give your home a glow up, you can shop ‘til you drop at Drake Circus. From Boss, Jack Wills, Footasylum and The Perfume Shop to Apple Store, Joules, Next and JD Sports and Pandora, you’re never far from your favourite stores. Why not make a trip out of it and bring a friend along? They can help you pick the perfect outfits, encourage you to try on new styles and after the shopping is done, you can grab a bite to eat.
Cosy Clubs celebrate the joys of relaxed dining, drinking and lounging in a fabulous, welcoming setting: think aristocratic abundance with a dash of local village cricket pavilion pottiness. Magnificent menus veer happily from brunches and light salads to comfort food classics, from fine coffees and smoothies to some of the finest cocktails known to man and woman.
Dine under incredible chandeliers or sip on a few cocktails at the bar in our Instagrammable environment. Open from 9am daily for your brunch fix, lunch and until late for dinner and drinks.
Zizzi Italian Restaurant serves tasty, Italian style food with a twist! Have your choice of pizza, pasta, risotto or salad followed by one of their indulgent desserts – all in a uniquely designed restaurant.
South African cuisine, famous for its delicious heat of flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken, Nando's offers something for everyone – from the extra mild to the all-out-wild. Whether you’re enjoying a family feast, a quick bite, or grabbing a take-away, each visit comes with loads of their famous vibe and legendary flavour.
American burger bar Five Guys is how burgers and fries are meant to be. High-quality grain-fed beef, hand-cut fries and as many topping combinations as you like. And that’s before you get to create your own mix-and-match shakes. It’s easy to see why these guys have built a cult-like following since arriving in the UK.