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Druid Street Market brings even more to the Maltby Street area

Druid Street Market brings even more to the Maltby Street area

There's yet another reason to head down Bermondsey way this week as a pretty impressive-sounding market is kicking off this weekend. Druid Street Market starts on July 4 and will be a fixture every Saturday from then on. It's the brainchild of Miranda York, also behind the lovely looking Toast magazine, and is being designed to complement both Borough and Maltby - each of which are only a short walk away (Maltby is literally around the corner). 

The launch line-up sounds great:

  • Bioscheme - organic fruit and veg, eggs and apple juice (flour and honey to come)
  • FAT by Freddie - unusual pickles, kimchi and hot sauce, plus toasties using the pickles (pictured above)
  • & Cultured - cultured butter, cream and fresh Jersey herd buttermilk cheese
  • Blackhand charcuterie - British charcuterie by chef Hugo Jeffreys
  • Decatur London - New Orleans style food (oysters, po boys, gumbo etc), homemade ice tea, coffee and beignets
  • Fatties - homemade caramels and other sweet treats
  • Lardo - the Hackney restaurant will be bringing their own charcuterie, bread and homemade chinotto
  • Raw Duck - who will be bringing their range of homemade drinking vinegars, ferments and ceramics range
  • Blu Top - American-style ice cream sandwiches and floats
  • TOAST stall - TOAST magazine, Lazy Eye ceramics, wooden spoons by Hope in the Woods, chef knives from Blenheim Forge & anodised aluminium trays from Kaymet

Plus, there's all the shops on the street too (including the great O'Shea's butchers) and they'll also feature rotating pitches too - including 

Druid Street Market launches this Saturday July 4 2015 and will be there every Saturday after that from 9am - 4pm. For more, follow them on Twitter @DruidSt

 

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