This month the popular Duke of York Square Fine Food Market will celebrate ten years of bringing locals and visitors exquisite delicacies from the finest local and artisan producers.
Since its launch in 2005, the market, which is the second oldest fine food market in London, has continued to grow in popularity and size and is now firmly established as the go-to place for delicious food and produce from a range of artisan stallholders offering tasty treats to sample and buy. Originally just 15 stalls, the market now houses around 70 stalls each Saturday.
To celebrate the occasion, the 10th anniversary market on Saturday 24th October will include special additions including:
- Entertaining live music performances from London based Jazz band Dixie Ticklers
- Limited edition canvas shoppers for the first 250 customers on the day – 10 lucky recipients will also discover a Duke of York Square Gift Card in their bag worth between £25 – £100, which can be spent at any of the Square’s stores or restaurants
- A display of 10th birthday products form the stall holders themselves
- A beautiful birthday cake commissioned by Duke of York Square, which will of course be cut and shared with everyone in the afternoon!
The Fine Food market was bought to life by John Shepherd, the man behind the iconic grocery store and Royal Warrant Holder’s Partridges, who curate the market each week to ensure there are no two stalls alike. Like Partridges itself, most stalls are family run start-up businesses.
The Duke of York Square Fine Food Market is open every Saturday between 10am and 4pm. Entry is complimentary.