Having been closed all over Black Friday weekend (not to mention the whole of the last month) London's stores are hoping to make up for lost time by enticing us into the West End when they reopen this week. For Selfridges' part, they're redesigning the mews market they first opened back in the summer, making it a very festive market indeed.
The market, which takes over Edwards Mews at the rear of the store, is
They may have temporarily shut up shop on West India Quay, but KERB are about to launch a brand new market in the centre of town. They're launching South Molton Street Market, taking over the pedestrianised street right around the corner from Bond Street Station.
There will be weekly changing vendors, with the best of KERB making an appearance and things kick off with:
Islington is getting a new weekend market and has some impressive traders lined up. The traders are led by St John Bakery, so if you need a weekend Eccles cake or doughnut fix in Islington, this will be the place to come.
It was one of the first big London stores to reopen its food department, and now Selfridges is getting in on the street market act. They're taking over the mews behind the Oxford Street store at weekends to create Market on the Mews.
The market will be what they're calling "a rotating edit of food, drink, magazines, plants, flowers bikes and furniture." It'll see the store take over Edwards Mews with a range of
The same team who recently brought us Catford Mews culture centre in Lewisham, are now setting their sights on Bermondsey. The Really Local Group's next venture is The Blue - an all-day community space.
The project sees the Really Local Group take over the old Thorowgoods furniture shop, bringing a three-screen cinema to the area along with a coffee shop, a café, bar, co-working and a food and craft hall featuring local artisans and
Update: See our Test Drive of Mercato Mayfair here
We'll be honest with you, it's been over a year since we first announced details of Mercato Mayfair - the second market from the folk behind Mercato Metropolitano. Since then things had gone so
Updated 9/9/19 with the final line-up
Over the years, KERB, after starting at King's Cross, have gone on to conquer all parts of London with their lunchtime street food markets (and some great evening events). And now they've finally decided to go indoors for their next venture, a covered market at Seven Dials.
They're taking over the 19th century Thomas Neal’s Warehouse in Seven
Holloway Road's food scene gets a further boost with news that the Nags Head Market is being extended for more street food traders.
The development over at Battersea Power Station has added a fair few new and interesting restaurants to the area - and now they're getting a regular Saturday food market too. It comes from the people behind Real Food Festivals, who also look after the market in front of King's Cross and the nearby weekly Canopy
They already have a successful market in Elephant and Castle, with another on the way to Mayfair. Now Mercato Metropolitano are going very east - heading to Ilford for the next opening. They're taking over an open car park, for a huge new 31,000sq ft market.
And sustainability really is the name of the game here as they're calling it a "circular-economy community
So this is a rather lovely idea, next weekend the bustle of the kind of floating markets you're more likely to find in Bangkok will be coming to West London. For five days Paddington Central will play host to The Floating Market combining market stalls with boat traders.
On offer will be a wide range of food, drink and artisanal produce from local farmers as well as local producers such as Freddie's Flowers, Crazy Dave Cider, Local Honey Man, Lamar
Tooting Broadway Market's cool new tap room has something for everyone with everything from cocktails, wine and ciders to beer on tap. Oh and it's zero waste too.
If you're a south Londoner who really wants their weekend fix of vegan doughnuts and coffee, but simply can't muster the energy required to head to Marylebone where Crosstown's vegan shop is, then the mountain (of doughnuts) has come to you instead.
From this Saturday Crosstown Doughnuts will be trading at Brockley Market every Saturday with a stall stocking all 9 of their vegan doughnut flavours each week, including seasonal flavours exclusive to their
London's food market scene continues to boom with the news that Shepherds Bush Market is getting an extension. Old Laundry Yard, which launches next week, mixes a range of street food traders along with a community space for workshops and events.
If you're minded to go down for the launch weekend, they're planning a 1950s-themed celebration with professional jive dancers, 50s roller skaters, stilt walkers and live music from rockabilly band Josie & the
After pop-ups, residencies, collaborations and much more, popular chef Gizzi Erskine is finally settling down with her own restaurant in the new Mare Street Market.
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