One of the oldest chartered markets in London is having a revival. Broadway Market is a buzzing centre of the community. The market includes a farmer's market stocking an eclectic mix of goods from local farmer, artists and crafts.
With shops and galleries selling local art, a ceramics shop selling original pieces and Fabrications selling a mixture of exciting and unusual clothes and gifts, the street offers unusual and stunning merchandise at affordable prices.
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Broadway Market Hackney
The BroadwayHackneyLondonE8 4QJ
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One of my favourite markets. Some good eats and where I first discovered Bao Bar. Great vibe about this market too compared to any other I feel. Cool music playing sometimes too. Less touristy then Borough but people now know it more and in my opinion it feels more packed considering it's size compared to others. Really good though.more
I don't understand why anyone would go to Borough Market when this exists... you can sit outside and eat Pho on stools, listen to some live music, get a purse, eat a brownie, test your emotional boundaries with haggis, pick up fish for dinner and do so without the hassle of having to go to Central London and deal with Central London people.
My point... and now that I'm scrolling through the...more
Such an incredible market for only being a few blocks long!
They food options are vast and diverse, the at and design vectors offer some really great stuff, the produce, cheese, meat, and bread vendors are amazing.
Love this place on a Saturday afternoon, strolling with coffee in hand, and people watching.more
Need I say more?
Okay, my friend is a simple lady, she knows what she likes: Men with man-buns, cheese, good wine and gin and good food.
Baring all this in mind the ONLY reason I can think that she hasn't moved to or even visited Broadway market is that she is a simple country girl who has only lived in the city a year. I will be remedying this soon. If you like food,...more
I came here on a Sunday so the actually market was not open, but I was still very impressed with the independent shops, restaurant's and pubs! I love the young London vibe it had to it.
The actually road itself was a joy to cycle through it was soooo smooth, clearly a cyclist paradise with the cycle traffic that was going through this road. You had the Santander docking bay not far also...more