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Flea at Vinegar Yard

Things to do, Markets and fairs Vinegar Yard , Borough and London Bridge Saturday July 20 2019 - Sunday January 19 2020 Free
4 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)

Time Out says

Formerly Flea at Flat Iron Square, this weekly vintage and makers market has moved to Vinegar Yard SE1, bringing its heaps of antiques, clothing, homeware, books, bikes and cameras with it. It's hunting ground for treasures and pre-loved artefacts. Can't make it this weekend? Visit its range of pop-up shops, open every weekday. 



Address: St Thomas Street
Price: free
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4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.3 / 5

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Have just visited Flat Iron Square and had a totally amazing day. Brilliant place. Will be having next meeting there. Gold stars all rights. T king

On a recent trip to London met friends for lunch at Flatiron Square. What a delightful new venue for London!We ended up spending the entire afternoon for two reasons: So many fantastic food choices we kept going back to try more! And the entertaining Flea market with exceptional vintage and crafters stalls where I found a vintage kimono in cream colored silk in one stall, a sweater for my daughter in another and earrings as gifts in another —all very reasonably priced.

Really fantastic relaxed atmosphere with a decidedly insiders buzz about it too. Apparently free concerts and other special events happen all week long….great for Londoners but sad for me—I don’t live close enough to pop by regularly! Highly recommend to my fellow travelers!

This market is absolutely tiny. Not worth a special visit, but fine to pop into if closeby anyway.


I was lucky enough to have listened to the advice of a fellow Tastemaker and made it down to last Saturday's Flea at Flat Iron Square which was taken over by the Royal Horticultural Society for the bank holiday weekend and it was absolutely fabulous! 

Flowers, plant, pots, quirky clothes, art and kitchen implements galore! Lots of friendly faces at every stall and workshop style events that anyone and everyone was free to get involved in (as if you needed more excuses to spend more time there). 

The flagrantly fantastic smells wafting over from under the arches lead me to a miniature foodie's paradise with a huge choice of cuisines to choose from in the street food market. Fresh pizza seemed a popular option, as were the big bowls of ramen but I settled on Turkish dumplings by Manti as I'd never tried them before and was intrigued. Mind. Blown. I'll be back next week dragging an army of mates behind me.

Fabulous little market with a mixture of vintage furniture lighting etc and also clothes - even had a cool band playing and delicious food at Flat Iron Squares pop up restaurants - good way to spend a Sunday

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