Exmouth Market

Market in/near Finsbury, existing between 1890 and now

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Exmouth Market is an outdoor street market of 32 stalls.

Exmouth Market draws its name from the Exmouth Arms Pub that is centrally situated in the street. The area has been a market place since the 1890s and a number of the street’s buildings date from the 19th century.

The street and surrounding area had previously held a reputation as a run down and seedy part of Central London. Since the mid-to-late 1990s the street has undergone a steady regeneration, and Exmouth Market is now home to a large number of restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as independent book, record and gift shops, and Eland Publishing Eland Books, the travel literature imprint.

A distinguishing feature of the area is that nearly every restaurant, cafe and bar in the street offer outside seating and cover, which is uncommon for suburban London outside of High Street areas – this creates a sidewalk cafe ambience.

The market was originally held every Friday and Saturday, but hours have changed, and it now runs during weekdays only (including Thursday and Friday): food stalls run primarily 11-2.

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