The New Weekly Market For West London – Ealing Artisan
Every Sunday from the 15th October
As London moves in to Autumn, it's the time to wrap up warm and head out to enjoy the fresh air and where better to plan a day out than Eat Me Drink Me's new weekly market launching in West London.
Every Sunday, from the 15th October , The W5 Food Market and Crafted W5 are joining forces to form a brand-new market in the Dickens Yard development – Ealing Artisan .
Stretching from Victoria Square along Market Street, market goers are promised a mix of craft and food stalls with emphasis on celebrating the talented makers, designers and producers in West London.
As the first regular event confirmed in Dickens Yard, this is not one to miss. Set to bring Ealing alight, the Sunday pop-up will provide a one-stop eating and shopping haven. The line-up includes Finest Fayre, Claude's Boulangerie and GB Cheesecake. There's farm produce from Picks Organic, cheese and charcuterie, olives & oils, cakes and more - everything you need for an alternative to the supermarket shop. There's even a guest appearance twice a month by a stall selling home made dog & cat treats. The market will run from 11am-3pm with street food stalls like Muffin Man & Co, Nha Trang, Indian Street Kitchen and Monkshood Coffee keeping shoppers well energised and for those that get a little peckish!
Many traders will come from the local area, including Ealing favourites Kaffe Culture who will be on hand selling their bespoke hand roasted artisan coffee, while local designer Charlotte Berridge's striking prints and tea towels featuring iconic buildings and spaces in Ealing and beyond offer an ideal present for anyone starting to think of Christmas presents!
Expect the usual line up of entertainment, including live music, a kid's craft area and for the ultimate foodies… the Ealing Bites talks tent on the first Sunday of the month where special guests will be giving talks and demonstrations.
Ealing really will be the place to be with something for the whole family - every Sunday for the foreseeable future!
September 27, 2017