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Nine stalls you should visit in Tooting Market

Nine stalls you should visit in Tooting Market

Not to be confused with neighbouring Broadway Market (no, not that one) which smells of fish and nail polish but also sells some kick-ass 3D Jesus pictures, Tooting Market is a true hidden treasure. Although it’s been in existence since 1930, the recent addition of some hip new stalls has seen the market rejuvenated. To celebrate, here are our top picks of Tooting Market’s must-visit stalls.

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1. Brickwood Coffee & Bread

Start your morning off right by taking advantage of Brickwood’s mouth-watering brunch. If you’re feeling adventurous, opt for the Polish hot dog with a fried egg and black pudding crumbs. A Nutella hot chocolate makes an ideal accompaniment.

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2. Lilyflower Vintage/Amber Skye's Wardrobe 

For all your vintage needs, look no further than this colourful and eclectic stall. There's a nice selection of clothes, bags and accessories, all handpicked from around the globe.

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3. Get Juiced 

Serving up a variety of healthy smoothies and juices, this is the place to come when you’ve overdone it at the weekend and are looking for a tasty yet guilt-free treat. There are also various vegan-friendly cakes and pastries to choose from.

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4. Maat Foundation

Your one-stop shop for African art, sculptures and other such exotic oddities.

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5. Nuff Natural

Feeling a bit bleurgh? Head to this stall and stock up on their natural, organic and fairtrade hair and skincare products. Let the rejuvenation commence!

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6. Unwined 

Formerly known as the roaming pop-up A Grape Night In, Unwined has now found a permanent home in Tooting Market. This hip wine bar offers regular tastings, an ever-changing roster of guest chefs and a unique selection of bottles available for purchase. Basically, it's our idea of heaven.

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7. Graveney Gin 

Pronounced Grave-knee, this tiny shop produces their own gin, distilled by hand in a copper still and made with only organic ingredients. Pull up a stool and enjoy a gin and tonic in the shop, or buy a bottle and take it home for later.

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8. Wandle Tree & Boss Game Bros

Gaming geeks rejoice: this shop sells a variety of comics and old-school games. It's also a great go-to for handmade gifts.

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9. Secret Bar

Nestled in a corner at the back of the market, this cosy outpost offers wine, beers and cocktails at great prices. The family who run the bar also own neighboring stall Mina’s, which serves up some mean Portuguese grub.

Feeling peckish? Check out these cheap eats in Tooting.

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