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London Fields & Broadway Market

Hipsters, dog walkers, toddlers and tourists all flock to London Fields. Come the summer and the first sign of sun, it looks like the whole of Glastonbury has decamped to this popular park.

Luckily there is plenty for everyone to do, from a play zone and paddling pool for families, to a BBQ area and London's only 50-metre heated outdoor pool, London Fields Lido.

On the park's southern edge is Broadway Market, its famous Saturday market is bursting with global foods, produce, clothes and craft. But all week round you'll find independent cafes, boutiques, grocers, book and record shops.

Just across the road, Netil Market is packed with food trucks, vintage stalls and designer-makers, while Mentmore Terrace near London Fields station, is abuzz with cafes and craft breweries, flat whites and avocados on toast.

Black Truffle in Broadway Market sells designer shoes, clothing and accessories as well as some menswear and homeware.
Barrow boys have been welcoming shoppers to Broadway Market since the 1890s, selling everything from bacon to beans.
Viggo Mortensen, Keira Knightley, David Schwimmer, Carlos Tevez and David Cronenberg have all had a bite in Argentine steakhouse Buen Ayre.
Originally The Cattle & Shoulder of Mutton, this 300-year-old pub was once a watering hole for agricultural workers who rested their livestock at London Fields on route to markets like Smithfields.
A design workshop and supplier of vintage furniture and homeware accessories in Broadway Market.
A Broadway Market institution, the Dove has been going strong now for over 20 years, long before the area became achingly fashionable.
E5 Bakehouse is an independent, organic bakery in a spruced up railway arch near London Fields station.
Fabrications is an independent shop and creative hub based on bustling Broadway Market.
Hub now has three stores in Hackney, this latest outpost in Broadway Market offers a selection of women and men's designer clothing.
Isle of Olive is a shop just off Broadway Market selling a variety of imported Greek produce, much of which is derived from olive oil.
Little Georgia, situated close to Broadway Market, has an intimate but lively atmosphere, making it ideal for both large and small groups.
London Fields is an extremely popular summer picnic spot for the borough's hipsters, as well as its dog lovers, cyclists, and many young families.
Tucked away in arches under the railway line that separates London Fields from Mare Street, this bar/music venue was originally an independent micro brewery.
London Fields Fitness Studio aims to make exercise fun with inclusive classes for participants of all abilities and ages.
The only 50-metre Olympic-sized, heated, outdoor pool in the capital, London Fields Lido was brought back into use in 2006, and further refurbished in 2017.
A hardcore group of ping pong enthusiasts founded the London Fields Table Tennis Association after regularly playing on the outdoor table in the park.
Netil House, just off Broadway Market, offers over 100 studio spaces for creative businesses, from architects and web designers, to yoga teachers and record producers.
Oval Space describes itself as 'an evolving multi-use arts and events organisation' spread over 5,000 square foot of industrial warehouse space.
The Prince Arthur is a welcoming backstreet boozer found between London Fields and Dalston.
One of the highlights of this large pub is the extensive outdoor decking which overlooks London Fields, making it hugely popular in the summer.
Located between Dalston and London Fields, Queensbridge Sports and Community Centre's offers users a wide range of facilities and courses.
The Salvation Army community centre in Mare Street offers activities for the whole community from families with young children to the elderly
St Joseph's Hospice in Mare Street helps people live life to the full, to the very last.
This Broadway Market outpost of Strut's Hackney empire serves as a vintage design archive and boutique.

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