Anyone visiting markets in London should consider making a stop atCabbages and Frocks Market in Marylebone. It is open on Saturdays from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM and is located on the grounds of St Marylebone Parish Church on the High Street. Although it is not a large market, the quality and selection of interesting goods has made it one of the most popular London markets.
Cabbages and Frocks Market was organised by the same people behind the equally successful London Fashion Designer Sales, so it is small wonder that this venture has been a hit.
The Cabbages and Frocks Market has quite a lot to offer in a small space.
The market is well known for its vintage clothes featuring designer names, and you might also find some new designer pieces amongst it all. The market highlights new designers and cottage industries, so look for handmade jewellery, innovative fashion designs, and hand crafted housewares like blown glass items.
Each time you visit the market, you will see that the selection is a bit different, a fact which makes this sort of market such a nice change from shopping the big stores who all seem to carry much the same thing from week to week.
In case you think they have neglected the Cabbages in favour of the Frocks, rest assured there is plenty of food to be had here. Olive oilsand balsamic vinegar are on display, as well as some very temptingcupcakes and artisan breads in the bakery area. They also have a very nice selection of olives, cheeses, and salamis at the market.
All sorts of prepared foods to enjoy or take home are available, everything from exotic Moroccan Bedouin food and Argentinian steak sandwiches to the more usual crepes and galettes, much of it organic and all of it delicious. Of course, there is coffee, cappuccino, hot chocolate available too.
Markets in London like Cabbages and Frocks Market are special places, indeed.
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