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By Daryll Williams | November 19, 2019

Chapter 11: Markets

Rosebank Sunday Market

Drop by the Sunday Market to gather organic ingredients for that dinner party, grab a take-away or socialise and peruse through a collection of art that is ready for a spot on your wall.

Why go?

From colourful handmade baskets to wooden toys, tattoo artistry and a glorious collection of vintage clothing, this expansive rooftop market is a fun and relaxed spot and a great place to pick up gifts or souvenirs.

Details

a: 50 Bath Ave, Rosebank
t: +27 11 028 7819
w: www.rosebanksundaymarket.co.za
h: Sundays: 9am‒4pm

Photograph: Rosebank Sunday Market


Neighbourgoods Market

This sister event to Cape Town’s Neighbourhood Goods Market, it’s a wonderful way to spend a Saturday.

Why go?

Highlights include seasonal fruit and veggies from the Free State, delicious mini-Mediterranean quiches, meat from Braeside butchery in Parkhurst and beers from Darling Brewery.

Details

a: 73 Juta Street Braamfontein
t: +27 76 348 7049
w: www.neighbourgoodsmarket.co.za
h: Saturdays: 9am‒4pm

Photograph: Neighbourgoods Market


Market on Main

Come Sunday, Market on Main makes for a great place to scrounge for burgers, paella, crepes, and more, as well as souvenirs—there are stalls selling clothes, handbags and t-shirts from local designers.

Why go?

The goal of the market is to encourage inner-city living, and provide a relaxed and creative space for makers to trade, and for locals and visitors to spend their weekend leisure time.

Details

a: 264 Fox St, City and Suburban
t: +27 82 868 1335
w: www.marketonmain.co.za
h: Sundays: 10am‒3pm

Photograph: Market on Main

Featured image credit: Andrew Itaga

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