Monthly Archives: May 2019

  • Rough guide to Brick Lane, London E1

    In 2018 Fronté clothing and design moved in to Rinse Showrooms in Brick Lane near the Backyard Market in the grounds of the Truman Brewery. Brick Lane is a big destination for both visitors and residents of London with an amazing mix of food, art and cultural delights.

    Shop for vintage clothes, furniture, street food, antiques and bric-a-brac at the collection of Backyard Market, Sunday Upmarket, Tearooms and Ely’s Yard.

    The Backyard Market is a colourful market with street food stalls, artisan coffee and a plethora of creative, unique items from peruvian jumpers to vinyl, bespoke gifts and vintage treasure troves. There are over 60 stalls from handmade jewellery to small batches of children’s clothes.

    The Sunday Upmarket hosts over 200 stalls including fashion, lifestyle and street food with flavours from Turkey to Korea, and India to Lithuania. New entrepreneurs are supported here with jewellery, arts and crafts and music and film all competing to dazzle visitors with their creativity.

    The Tearooms is an Aladdin’s cave including china, porcelain, cement pots, costume jewellery and taxidermy with both modern and antique twists on classic designs. To soothe the weary there are cafés offering a selection of refreshments and food with cosy seating to take a breather and watch life go by for a bit.

    Ely’s Yard is an evolving street food destination with regular stalls from Mother Clucker and Orange Buffalo and new delicious offerings popping up at weekends, as well as the Big Chill Bar with their own drinks and food menu and plenty of covered outdoor seating.

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