The Neighbourhood Goods Market is Cape Town’s answer to Borough Market. It is housed in an old Victorian Warehouse at the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock. This trendy, bustling market has over 100 speciality traders and one can find anything from cupcakes to chutneys, beers, organic local wine and beer, biltong, various mushroom varieties, pastries, meat, vegetables, bread (sold out of an open trailer) and, and, and ... Grab a coffee and sit on one of the long tables that are set up down the centre to soak up the atmosphere. It does get busy so best to get there early.
Saturdays 9am - 2pm.
If you enjoy local craft then this market has about 120 different stalls that only sell locally made craft.
What I like about it is that it is not just traditional African craft and curio's but all sorts of handmade items.
They also have a wellness section where you can get a massage, have your cards read or get a beauty therapy that is really cheap!
My favourite were the artists who were amazing.
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