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Berwick Street Market, London

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Berwick Street is a street in the Soho district of the City of Westminster.HistoryBerwick Street was built between 1687 and 1703. The market was established in the 18th century, though it was not officially recognised until 1892, making it one of the oldest markets in London.Berwick Street MarketBerwick Street Market is a small outdoor general retail market on Berwick Street in the heart of Soho, London, selling fruit and vegetables, hot food, fish, clothing, accessories, household goods, luggage, jewellery and general goods. Concepts in the market include Savage Salads, Sub Cult, Freebird Burritos and Jerusalem Falafel. It is open Monday to Saturday from 8am until 6pm.DescriptionIn addition to the market, there are many shops and restaurants along the street, including some pubs, delis, cafés, record stores, vintage shops, clothing shops, hairdressers, bike shops and fabric shops.Popular eating and drinking locations include traditional London pub The Blue Posts, Ember Yard and Polpetto, dim sum restaurant Yauatcha, and Alan Yau's Chinese pub concept Duck & Rice. Diverse café style dining is also available with quirky independents Foxcroft & Ginger, Flat White and Damson & Co.Synonymous with the fashion & textile industry, Berwick Street offer a diverse mix of independent, international and vintage fashion stores including denim brand Nudie Jeans, Underground shoes, British menswear brands Percival, Universal Works and Oliver Spencer, as well as cult stores Supreme and Footpatrol and high-profile tailor Chris Kerr.Fabric shops can also be found, including three stores from Misan Fabric, The Cloth House, The Silk Society and Borovick Fabrics.
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  • Berwick Street was once one of the scruffiest streets in Soho but which has been undergoing something of a regeneration in the last few years spawning any number of trendy new eateries. A run down pub...  more »
  • A great Market in the heart of Soho. Traditional fruit veg and other foods alongside street foods and other market produce. Seems out of place but great.  more »
  • This is a street market in Soho which sells an array of mouthwatering food, fruits and vegetables. The markets have been operating since the 1830's. Stalls here sell artisan breads, cheeses, cakes and...  more »
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  • Great selection of street foods - my favs : Jerusalem Falafel and Savage Salads
  • My daughter is studying textile design and this was a street she was asked to visit. All the shops were helpful and we had a great time visiting the several textile shops.
  • Great place to get food from local businesses if you want to break away from the corporate mold of Pret and Starbucks.
  • Fast getting lost to the gentrification of SoHo. A shadow of the vibrancy of the 90s when I lived and worked around the corner.
  • A Soho institution, so glad it's still going . Well worth a visit