The Neighborgood Market is back, bringing the best of Edinburgh’s street food scene to Stockbridge.
The open-air market, returning for its third year, will be a hugely popular food and drink hotspot for Edinburgh residents, having welcomed over 80,000 visitors in 2021.
Earlier this month on May 11th it will run for a total of 10 weeks, trading Wednesday to Sunday, noon to 9pm – our reporter was out last week to see what they could find.
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On the drinks front, Innis & Gunn were again the designated beer suppliers, pouring from their bespoke branded trucks. Preston Mommsen, Director of The Neighbourgood Market commented: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with Innis & Gunn for the next 3 years.
“Their focus on quality is something we align closely with and we’re really looking forward to working with them to create some amazing experiences this summer.”
And when it comes to top food, Neighbourgood promises to showcase “some of Edinburgh’s best food and drink” for two cycles of five weeks each.
Here is a list of the brilliant street food and drink spots you can find in the first cycle:
- Kochchi – street food from Sri Lanka
- The Fat Flamingo – Gluten and lactose free American food
- The Mac Man – Specialist in mac and cheese
- Luxford Burgers – gourmet burgers
- pizza freaks
- Wonderfully delicious – shakes and waffles
- Lemon Squeezy – fine street food
- shrimp wreck
- Mimi’s bakehouse
- The Peruvian
- Mint flatbread wraps
- Don Guero – Freshly prepared Mexican cuisine
- Nice paella
- Innis and Gunn
- Prosecco & Pimms Bar
- Lost Orchards – Cider from Dundee
- Goodbrothers wine bar
- Long Rum
- Edinburgh gin
- Damo’s coffee
What else is on the market?
Organizers say they have plenty of entertainment in the coming weeks, with a giant screen installed for Wimbledon and other summer sporting events.
Meanwhile, Goose’s Pub Quizzes are held every Wednesday night and local musicians entertain between 3pm and 6pm every day.
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Do you need tickets and how much do they cost?
In addition, The Neighborgood Market supports the fundraiser run by Friends of Inverleith Park, which is raising money for the refurbishment and expansion of the children’s playground. Pay attention to the fundraising installation in the market.
Entry is free during the week and £3 per person at the weekend. Access is always free for children.
Everything you need to know about the market is here.