A Saturday afternoon market in Marylebone that attracts eagle-eyed fashionistas.
Now in its twelfth year, Cabbages and Frocks Market is among London’s fanciest. Held every Saturday afternoon (11am-5pm) in the quaint cobbled courtyard behind St Marylebone Parish Church, it's a fashionista fave which specialises in vintage clothes, handmade jewellery and eclectic designer goods, often at (relatively) affordable prices. If bargain-hunting leaves you parched, you can catch your breath on the courtyard’s benches over coffee and macarons – it’s that kind of market. Coupled with a leisurely stroll down Marylebone High Street (which it’s adjacent to at the Baker Street end), Cabbages and Frocks Market is an ideal way to sample the bijou London life. Nick Levine
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|Venue name:||Cabbages & Frocks||Contact:|
St Marylebone Parish Church Grounds
|Cross street:||Marylebone High Street|
|Opening hours:||Sat: 11am-5pm|
|Transport:||Tube: Baker Street tube|
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This market is invisible,welooked allover for itand found a pub eventually.The landlord said there had not been a market there for as long as he had been working (6 years) Please update your list as the Brixton market is just an average market,no great food vendors and the shops mentioned are also obsolete!
I spent Saturday afternoon at this lovely little market and was so pleased that we stumbled upon it. We ate the most fantastic macaroons and steak sandwiches while we watched Marylebone pass us by. The setting for the market is just beautiful surrounded by the greenery and with the church in the background. Next time I come I’ll bring some girlfriends as we saw a fabulous array of vintage clothes and new bags and they would have loved it. They even sold shea lipgloss and skincare which amazed me. We met some great characters selling there especially the fashion people and we loved the fact that some of them bring their dogs there. Hopefully this market will just get busier and busier come the better weather as I can’t imagine a more perfect location.