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LONDON | Has Brixton Market become to commercial for you? Are you looking for a market that reminds you of what things used to be like? Perhaps it’s time to venture to pastures new – slightly further south to explore Tooting Market, a surprisingly spacious indoor market that’s been around for over 80 years and is full of personality and independent stalls.

Tooting Market is open seven days a week, from the morning until the evening, and offers a variety of stall in which to eat, drink, and shop. We love how all the shops and restaurants are designed in an open manner more akin to an outdoor market. There’s something inherently fantastic about grabbing a stool by a bar and watching the world go by with a tasty bite to eat or a freshly brewed and poured pint. Brickwood Coffee & Bread offer fantastic Australian inspired coffee and brunch, while Get Juiced! is where to go for a healthy juice, smoothie, or treat.

For something later in the day, check out Guyanese cuisine at Pepi’s, Portuguese at Mina’s, or the ever reliable pizza from Franco Manca (the meat special, with smoked buffalo mozzarella, baked potatoes, cherry tomatoes, onions, and Gloucester old spot sausage is one of our favourites). For a drink, Unwined offer fantastic wines and tastings, We Brought Beer have a constantly rotating selection of craft beers, and Graveney Gin offer gin tastings in London’s smallest gin distillery located in the market stall itself.

It’s not just about food here either. Tooting Market offers a range of stores selling all sorts of wares. Geek out with classic games and comics at Wandle Tree & Boss Games, browse through upcycled furniture and vintage textiles at My Old Girl and Me, or find some African art, masks and sculptures at Maat Foundation.

From the shoppers to the stall owners, everyone here is very relaxed, giving the market a great chilled atmosphere. For us, an outing to Tooting Market on a Sunday afternoon is the perfect way to relax.

Tooting Market

21-23 Tooting High Street
King’s Road
London SW17 0SN
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 8672 4760
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://tootingmarket.com/

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