London's best new markets 2011

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New places to hunt down mouthwatering food, vintage fashion and inspired bric-a-brac


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Moaz Nanjuwany
Moaz Nanjuwany

in your article on Londons markets there is no mention of the Seven Sisters indoor market at seven sisters station. I would like to to recommend it for a variety of stalls for shopping and food especially for latin american food and music! There is an international feel about the market and a very friendly environment.

xavier
xavier

Hi, I was just wondering why the fabulous and weird seven sister market did not feature in this weeks Time OUT London edition on London markets. OK, it is very hard to find but I always love the TO magazine for finding those quirky places to visit. It has about 50 stalls and is the largest Latino market in Britain. It does some amazing food and drink at bargain prices on some stalls, including: coffee and cheese bread, great frozen juices and big bargain Latino fish and meat dishes. Plus there is a corset maker if it all gets too much.

Crafty Fox
Crafty Fox

The Crafty Fox Pop Up Market will be returning to the Dogstar, Brixton, on 16th April 2011 (11am - 6pm). This time around there will be tea rooms with a letter lounge, cupcake decorating, brooch making, photography and upcycling workshops. Our lovely sponsors Etsy will be taking over the top floor with 'cocktails and cross-stitch'. Of course, we also have over 35 stalls of the best of London's handmade crafts to tempt you and DJ's spinning all day! Free Entry