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Address : Church St, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru

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Church Street, Bangalore Overview

About 750 m long, Church Street in Bangalore is one of the busiest and most beloved streets, named after St. Mark’s Cathedral. It is lined with gift shops, music shops, bookstores, restaurants and cafes, some of them being the oldest in the city, all selling a wide variety of products and tasty treats. There are days when artists set up shop out on the streets and sell their work that includes paintings, photo frames, posters and handmade items. There are arcades for children and adults to play at and tattoo parlours too.

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How to reach : There are several metro lines that go to Church Street; the Mahatma Gandhi Road Metro Station (purple line), Whitefield Metro Station (purple line), MG Road Metro Station (yellow line) etc. are all located within 1km of the Street.

Church Street Highlights

1. Cafes and Restaurants

Food joints like Matteo Coffea, Brick Oven, Berry’d Alive and Smally’s Resto Cafe serve delicious food like wood-fired pizza, coffee, shakes, rolls, bao etc.

2. Rooster Guitars

Visitors would often hear music coming from Rooster Guitars; owners often do live performances in the evening and also offer classes.

3. Blossom Book House

Established in 2001, Blossom Book House is one of the city’s most popular bookstores and keeps a huge collection of fiction and non-fiction books.

4. Art Installations

Church Street is known for its colourful art installations; one of the most prominent ones is a Rock, Paper, Scissors one on the Church Street Metro Station.

5. Amoeba

Amoeba is a popular arcade that comprises bowling, video games and other fun arena games.

6. Animation Souk

Animation Souk is a paradise for pop culture lovers since it sells quirky t-shirts, pictures, posters, toys, movie merchandise etc.

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