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I must declare an interest in that my great grandfather owned a shop here in the 19th century. To my great joy, it is still there (under a different owner) and has hardly changed in the last 100 or more years.
The high street is pretty. You can everything you need: clothing stores, pharmacy, bookstores, coffee shops, restaurants, antique retailers, souvenir shops, charity shops, even some gourmet boutiques. Even a very nice wine shop/bar Pinardier.
Very good street for such a small town.
Traditional high street with independant and chain of stores, as well restaurants and cafes. Some have very cute front stores and may be a good stop for a gourmet break.
Worth a look since there are local shops and this is the heart of Deal's...More
I have lived in Deal, Kent, UK since 2004. Many shops have come and gone.
Now M & S are going and everyone wonders who will open there next.
Plenty of places to have coffee and eat. There are pubs scattered about and good views...More
Deal High Street is a traditional English high street with lots of independent shops restaurants and cafes.
There is a real bustle about the town with locals and visitors preferring to buy fresh at local butchers, fruit shops and the wonderful fish merchant.
Deal is a lovely place to visit. There is a large array of individual shops and cafes to visit, markets twice a week, lots of night life and live music events throughout the week at places such as Cin Cin Bar & Bistro in South...More
A very real place to visit. Privately owned butchers, bakers, greengrocers, cafes clothes shops, stationers and restaurants. Very few big chains which is so refreshing.
Real shops for real people. Pubs and micro bars also free houses. Many little alleyways that have historic names and...More