Who Needs the West End When Putney Has So Much To Offer On Your Doorstep?
Reacquaint yourself with the speciality businesses on your doorstep
Whilst the High Street naturally has a good selection of national chain stores, lively independent shops continue to thrive in nearby roads.
In addition to an unparalleled range of restaurants, cafes and hairdressers you'll find speciality shops and restaurants galore.
Pop along Putney Bridge Road and you'll find a fantastic range of specialty bikes and kit at Putney Cycles, specialist decorating paints, plumbing, furnishing and restored furniture and Cybernet PCs. Then wander into Lacy Road and you'll find Shehan's with its fabulous mix of furniture, gifts and lifestyle from all corners of the world. The Sewing Rooms with supplies and lessons for all. There are gift shops, music specialists and an original art gallery that offers lessons to all ages.
The Upper Richmond Road continues the diverse range of businesses, the new Putney Cycles shop keeps West Putney residents supplied with bikes and repairs and there are some great old soul records in Soul Brother Records on Keswick Road. Putney Arts Theatre on the corner of Ravenna Road offers a variety of productions and exhibitions. If you are thinking of moving to or within Putney Warren's is a leading agent in residential sales and lettings.
And while you're out, at lunchtime or in the evening, why not try out some of the great local food. Enoteca Turi can be found at the corner of Weimar Street & Putney High Street where you can find an age old favourite Italian open for lunch and dinner. Book a table at one Putney's favourites with a great reputation Emile's in Felsham Road. On the Lower Richmond Road you can find many tastes from around the world in this part of west Putney - why not pop into the Putney Tandoori for unparalleled service and a mouth watering curry and just further along take advantage of a fabulous offer at The Phoenix of 25% off the food from now until the end of April. To eat in the Upper Richmond Road there is a wide selection of restaurants; Italians, Tapas, Portuguese, Thai and for the more adventurous try South African cuisine at Chakalaka.
Whether shopping for friends, kids or yourself you can be sure to find something interesting in Putney.
March 13, 2009