4th - 6th December 2019
Hatton Garden, Holborn, London EC1N

Half of Hatton Garden will be closed to traffic from 12pm- 6pm each day of the Christmas Market, meaning you can stroll down the street, shop from local jewellers, pick up a gift from stallholders, take part in a charity auction and warm up with some mulled wine at the heated bar.


27th& 28th November 2019
Bloomberg Arcade, London

Bloomberg Arcade is hosting a winter market for the very first time this year, hosting local brands and businesses that focus on sustainability. You’ll be able to shop British footwear from Mulo, natural soy wax candles from Huskke & Co, local honey from Bermondsey Street Bees, condiments from Rubies in the Rubble, eco-conscious jewellery from Seekd and more. Ekte will be providing Scandi mulled wine and cinnamon buns with the Sancta Lucia Choir closing the market with a performance on the final evening.


80-82 St. Thomas Street, London Bridge, SE1 3QU

Vinegar Yard is an eating, drinking, art space and shopping market located a stone’s throw away from London Bridge station. It’s the second site from the team behind Flat Iron Square and has both inside and outside space. Food traders include Nanny Bills, Baba G’s, Sugo and Nik’s Kitchen and there are a handful of bars, including two on the mezzanine, serving local beers, wines and cocktails. The Yard is also home to a range of resident shops and the weekly Flea vintage market.


Rupert Street, London W1D 7PQ

Running on Saturdays from 11am – 4pm, Soho Vegan Market, run by Street Food Union, is the place to go for vegan street food in central. With traders like Eat Chay, Young Vegans, Spicebox, Lime Hut, Planty Hugs and Jake’s Vegan Steaks, you can get everything from pies to cheesesteaks. You better go hungry!

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Amhurst Terrace, London E8 2BT

Hackney Downs Vegan Market, a collab between Fat Gay Vegan and Eat Work Art, is packed with hot food, drinks, cakes & sweets, and even vegan cheeses to take home. With regular traders like Cafe SoVegan and Vegan Delice returning each week – and a few spots for newbies – you’re sure to find something that tickles your vegan fancy.


Blue House Yard, River Park Road, London N22 7TB

Vegan Route is North London’s newest vegan market. From craft beer to wash down your street food from the likes of Little Leaf Food and Herbivorous to fresh produce to ethical clothes and cosmetics, they’ve got loads to check out. Bringing you new stuff every Sunday 12pm – 6pm.


London Fields Primary School, Westgate St, London E8 3RU

Broadway vegan market is bringing you bomb vegan food – both to eat right there and take home – from 30 stalls (traders have included Club Mexicana, SpiceBox and The Dough Society), vegan wine and beer, and live music every Saturday from 10am – 4pm. Sounds like vegan paradise to us.


Every Saturday, 11am-5pm
Hackney Downs Studios, Amhurst Terrace, London E8 2BT

If you’re a vegan or vegan-curious, get down to Hackney Downs Vegan Market. Happening every Saturday, the market brings together some of the best vegan traders out there with regulars including Temple of Seitan, Young Vegans, Dough Society and Hell Yum!


Every Saturday, 10am-2.30pm

Stoke Newington Farmers’ Market, which is on every Saturday, is one of the best in town. Everything sold is 100% organic and you’ll be able to pick up all your groceries with fruit, veg, meat, bread, cheese, raw milk, chocolate and more on sale. All the produce is also sourced from sustainable farms within 60 miles of London, so you’ll be supporting local in every way possible too.


Mon -Sat, until 5pm
Borough Market, 8 Southwark St, London SE1 1TL

Borough Market is probably the most legendary food market in London. With some of the best fresh produce traders in town, and the likes of Brindisa serving up their famous chorizo and rocket rolls, Gourmet Goat cooking up stews and Scotchtails bringing you the fanciest scotch eggs in town, it’s defo not just a place to pick up some veggies and fancy cheese. The Borough Market Kitchen, the communal dining area inside Jubilee Place, also features 25 traders with a mix of old faves like Horn OK Please, La Tua Pasta and Rudie’s alongside newbies including Mimo Pintxos Bar and Mei Mei by Elizabeth Haigh.


Columbia Road, London E2 7RG

Columbia Road Flower Market is an East End stalwart and although it’s probably a bit (A LOT) fancier than it was back in the day, you still get the proper cockney banter and can grab a dirt cheap bunch. Even if you’re not buying it’s worth it just for the atmosphere.


Royal Mills, Redhill St, Manchester M4 6JG


Castlefield Market is still run by the Castlefield Events team but is now held in Ancoats and has (sort of) had a name change to Royal Mills Market…confusing but we’ll get there. Held on the first Saturday of every month, the market is now indoors, which is a very good thing given the Manchester weather. You can browse craft, furniture and vintage stalls, chow down on street food and even shimmy along to the in-house DJ.


Broadway Market, London E8 4QJ

Broadway Market is one of London’s most popular and most hipster-tastic markets, running the length of the road of the same name. Head there on a Saturday to check out the stalls, which sell everything from antiques to fresh produce to street food – the likes of Deeney’s, Kolkati, and Hoshi Katsu Wraps trade there.


Portobello Road, W10 5TA,

Over 300 years old, Portobello Road Market is the world’s largest antiques market. However, it’s not just antiques that you can buy – you can pick up fashion, both old and new, fruit and veg, collectibles, bric-a-brac and much more, and although Saturday is the main day there are stalls open during the rest of the week too.


314- 334 Portobello Road, W10 5RU

Anything and everything a chap can unload is sold off the barrow on Portobello Road. But you’ll definitely find what you WANT on Portobello Road at The Penny Market. With a line-up of producers including Borough Cheeses, Blackhand charcuterie, Oak and Smoke fish and Lulin tea, those barrows filled will be filled high with fresh and organic produce, as well as natural products from some of the best soap and candle makers around, so you’ll be sure to find something worth spending all those pennies on at The Penny Market. Even better, they give 50% of the profits to charity.


Venn St, SW4 0AT

Foodies be warned: this market might just be the undoing of you and your bank balance. Venn Street Market is giving independent producers and farmers the opportunity to come face-to-face with consumers every Saturday. From fruit and veg to bread, fish, eggs and street food, this food-lover’s paradise is a great place to pick up fresh produce and hear about its provenance from the people in the know.


Copeland Gallery, 133 Copeland Road, London SE15 3SN

Hackney Flea Market have gone South and are hosting a HUGE indoor/outdoor vintage market in Peckham. Setting up shop in Copeland Park for two days, Peckham Salvage Yard will play host to over 30 handpicked traders selling anything and everything from 20th century furniture and salvaged French homeware to vintage clothing and vinyl. Not only will you be able to bag yourself some one-of-a-kind pieces but some tasty street food and sweet treats from local bakers as well. And with FREE entry, Peckham Salvage Yard is really one not to miss.