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northcote road Antiques market

155a Northcote Rd, London SW11 6QB
Euston London Fields Greenwitch West Norwood

Ever wanted to know what the inside of a secret treasure trove looked like? Visit the antiques market on Northcote Road and you can find out. The TARDIS-like indoor market, which is set out over a couple of levels, is home to a wealth of vintage goods, from antiques, to retro design pieces, to jewellery and much, much more. Be prepared to rummage, be prepared to haggle – but take it from us, it’s worth it.

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Lavender Hill, London SW11 5TN


Calling all culture vultures: Battersea Arts Centre is one of the best places to check out new plays, live music and youth activities in the area. Working with over 400 artists to put on at least 650 shows EVERY YEAR, they really know how to get things done. Feeling peckish? There is also a bar and cafe open all day so you never have to leave… well, you may have to eventually… but you get the idea!

Lavender Hill, SW11 5TN

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Venn St, SW4 0AT


Foodies be warned: this market might just be the undoing of you and your bank balance. Giving the opportunity for independent producers and farmers to come face to face with consumers every Saturday is Venn Street Market. From fruit and veg, to bread, fish, eggs and street food, this food-lover’s paradise is a great place to pick up fresh produce and hear about it’s heritage from the people in the know.

Venn St, SW4 0AT


75 Chamberlayne Rd, London NW10 3ND


Question: When is a shop not a shop? Answer: When it’s a bar!

The Shop NW10 is a new bar on Kensal Rise that not only offers food and drink for sale but also the artworks on the wall and even the furniture you’re sitting on. The concept is that the bar presents a shop front for local artists looking for exposure and to provide a meeting place for creative minds.

The drinks are served in retro milk bottles adorned with old advertisements, and the attention to detail goes right down to the metallic lids with the Shop logo pressed on to the top of the bottle. Punching your straw through the lid will reveal beneath a cocktail specially designed for the bar and take you back to your school days and the beloved milk trolley. ‘The Shop Assistant’ consisting of El Jimador tequila, fresh lime, honey, raspberries and lager, a concoction that on paper shouldn’t work, but really, really does. Refreshing and fruity, it went down a treat.

If that isn’t to your taste, then perhaps the pina colada-style ‘Once Loved’ is more up your street – a tropical mix of our favourite Kraken rum, coconut milk, creme de abricot and pineapple which is surprisingly potent. On a warm summery day, this could transport you from Kensal Rise to paradise. We also tried the 5th Floor Margarita, a heady mix of tequila, Triple Sec and lime juice, dangerously addictive and dangerously strong!!

The Shop really looks the part, especially the bar itself, reclaimed from World War II era crates and multicoloured floorboards, giving a particularly bohemian feel. The lighting is pretty special too – some reclaimed from Manchester Airport circa 1960’s and some from Cold War era Czech factories. The overall feel is very relaxed and somewhere for locals and creative personalities to mingle and socialise over a few particularly special drinks.

75 Chamberlayne Rd, NW10 3ND

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