• Old Laundry Yard is bringing more food traders to Shepherds Bush Market


    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

  • Gizzi Erskine is opening a restaurant in Mare Street Market

    gizzi erskine mare street marketAfter 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.  

  • Grace Dent kicks off new Deptford Market launch with a day of food and chat


    Deptford's foodie credentials are being further boosted by a new food market launching next month. And it's having quite the launch party.

    Deptford Bites Live will be a one day celebration of the new weekly market, featuring new Guardian restaurant reviewer Grace Dent and food market organiser Kate McKenzie.

    During the day, Grace will curate and host a series of talks. These are our kind of events as each talk will also feature a showcase of food and

  • Street Feast targets Woolwich Market for Public, its fourth year-round opening

    woolwich2Taking over the Plumstead Road Covered Market for two year prior to the area's redevelopment, the latest Street Feast market will feature 8 street food traders, five bars and seating for up to 300

  • Sourced Market choose Barbican for their fourth store opening

    sourcedbarbicanIndie food market

  • Model Market reopens in Lewisham with Nanban among new traders


    And it's back. Good news for South London foodies as Model Market returns for the summer season, opening next weekend over the bank holiday.

    On the trader front, there'll be the Lewisham stalwarts Mama’s Jerk, Mother Flipper and SE Cakery, alongside Street Feast regulars such as Up In My Grill, Mother Clucker, You Doughnut, Petare and INK.

    But the best news is that there'll be two new traders this season - Tacos del Rey and Tim Anderson's Japanese soul

  • Time Out Market is coming to London, opening in Shoreditch

    Time Out Market is coming to London, opening in Shoreditch

    Another huge food market is coming to town - this time, it's the turn of Time Out Market, which seems to be in the process of taking over the globe, following success in Lisbon (with New York and Miami planned). They're taking over a spot in Commercial Street that's essentially just across the road from Spitalfields Market. 

    And it's a big old place too - 19,250 sq ft, 450 seats, 17 restaurants and a Cooking

  • Deptford Market Yard brings a range of new dining and drinking spots to Deptford railway arches


    We’ve seen some truly excellent restaurants open in railway arches over the last few years so we’re really pleased to see that Deptford is the latest area to utilise the space below the tracks for a new food, drink and retail project.

    Deptford Market Yard is set to be one of the most ambitious of these initiatives to date. The project will house 14 arches of food, drink and retail within the renovated historic railway arches next to Deptford station.


  • Primrose Hill gets a new weekend food and drink market


    North Londoners are getting a new weekend market and the launch line-up of traders is pretty darned impressive. The Primrose Hill Market will run every Saturday in the grounds of St Paul’s School on Primrose Hill Road. Top butcher Jack O’Shea will have a stall as will Tottenham-based Wildes Cheese, Hook and Son dairy, one of our favorite London charcuterie traders Cannon and Cannon.

    The full list of traders is as follows: Jack O Shea, Lapitique Wines,

  • 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


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