At the Marylebone Sunday Market
Meat vendor at the Marylebone Sunday Market
Beautiful as posh Mayfair and South Kensington may be, they offer less in the way of ‘quaint neighborhood charm’ than Marylebone, now a destination for residents of bordering areas for the Marylebone Farmers Market. Sundays are for strolling, book shopping, farmers markets, late, lingering lunches at La Fromagerie, and a cup of tea at an outdoor table at one of the many charming cafes on the Marylebone High Street. There is a distinct ‘neighborhood’ feeling, a palpable ‘local-ness’ in Marylebone, as if the rest of London is a world’s away and all that is necessary can be found within this one zone. It seems the perfect environment for families and singletons, young and old. Individual shops, including a world-renowned butcher, high-end decor and home goods, fashion, perfume, and florists are aplenty, and it is only a short walk to leafy St. John’s Wood. All in all the perfect neighborhood for a taste of London and a very relaxing, well-fed Sunday.
Marylebone Sunday Market
Chickens at the Marylebone Sunday Market
Stocking up at the Marylebone Sunday Market
Roses on roses at the Marylebone Sunday Market
Glorious bread at the Marylebone Sunday Market
Perched at the Marylebone Sunday Market
On Marylebone High Street
My favorite spot for lunch and supplies in Marylebone: La Fromagerie
Excellent cafe for lunch or dinner in Marylebone
At the quirky Ginger Pig in Marylebone
Stocking up for Sunday suppers at the Ginger Pig
Marylebone is a home designer’s paradise.
In the Travel room at Daunt Books
Natural Kitchen on Marylebone High Street
Wooden tables and lots of goodies at Natural Kitchen
More kitchenware on Marylebone High Street
And more adorable cafes.
Outside the Conran Shop, a home decor store and collection of strange and unique goods.
The little garden across from the Conran shop.
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