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Top Choice Food in Tavistock

Country Cheeses

Ripe, cheesy aromas wash over you as you step into this award-winning shop. The counters are stacked with oozing, crumbling golden delights. Many are made locally; look out for Sloe Tavy (washed in Plymouth Sloe Gin…
Music in Totnes

Drift

This vinyl enthusiasts' emporium is a sign of Totnes' increasingly trendy credentials. Everything's brand new here (definitely no secondhand bargains to be had), and the selection is studiously muso. The owners also…
Food & Drinks in Totnes

Totnes Good Food

Once a month, one of Devon's biggest food markets takes over Totnes' central square. Expect more than 60 traders, selling everything from local meats, cheeses and artisan breads to olives and chocolates. Hot-food st…
Market in Tavistock

Pannier Market

A vast Victorian covered hall that's home to hundreds of stalls stacked with an eclectic range of shabby-chic goodies; there's everything from silver cutlery and secondhand books, to moleskin trousers and tweed caps…
Food in Totnes

Earth. Food. Love

With plastic pollution on everyone's minds, it's no surprise that eco-conscious Totnes is home to the UK's first zero-waste shop. Run by a passionate husband-and-wife team, everything here is sold loose, from chocol…
Vintage in Exeter

Real McCoy

This Aladdin's cave of retro threads has long been a magnet for Exeter's fashionistas. It proudly proclaims stock spanning 100 years (1880s to 1980s): downstairs has everything from cricket blazers and cravats to be…
Food in Beer

Beer Fish

In this tiny hut on the slipway to Beer beach, you'll find glistening, just-caught fish that's been landed only yards away. You can also opt for succulent cooked crab (£4 to £8) and lobster (£10 to £22), or prawns, …
Food in Exeter

Real Food Store

Boxes and bags full of field-fresh veg, racks of fragrant bread, ranks of local cheeses and piles of cured meat and fish. Some 70% of the goods in this community-run cafe-cum-store are from Devon, and the other 30% …
Food in Beer

Woozie's

It's the perfect beach-picnic stop: counters are crammed full of flans, local cheeses, olives, fresh-baked bread, and tasty home-baked pasties and pies.
Shopping Centre in Totnes

Shops at Dartington

Jewellery, kitchenware, books, glassware, clothes, toys, fine foods and a cafe fill the attractive outbuildings of this former cider press.