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Acklam Village Market

Acklam Village Market

4-8 Acklam Road, Notting Hill, London, W10 5TY

Tags: acklam village, carnival, food market, food stalls, live music, lunch, Portobello, saturday market, streetfood, sunday market, W10, weekend market, west london, world cuisine

Acklam Village Market is the hidden gem within Notting Hill’s famous Portobello Road, opposite the Vintage Market. A thriving multi-faceted venue nestled between the trendy Portobello and Golborne Road area of North Kensington, the space launched in 2012 and is home to a plethora of cross-genre collaborations between some of London’s finest street food, live music, art and entertainment.

The street food market vendors are sourced at the highest level, and only serve organic ingredients using authentic and traditional recipes from around the world. New stalls joining every week.

The semi-open venue houses a heated bar and sprawling seating area where streetfood can be eaten while enjoying FREE LIVE MUSIC from singer songwriters, electronic duos, folk and soulful artistes currently on the circuit. The decor has a relaxed feel with its eclectic, preloved furniture, serving to enhance the Acklam experience come rain or shine.

Try the micro-beers, traditional lagers, a decent bottle of wine or perhaps a cocktail…mulled wine is on the go throughout the winter months. Absorb the casual, laid back atmosphere with your drink complemented by live music performances EVERY weekend (Saturday & Sunday 12.00pm – 5.00pm for bands – venue opens 11.00am).

A supporter of local communities and projects in London, Acklam Village has become renowned as a weekend hub for eating, music and art. Open to ideas with plans to host of new and exciting events.

There is no entrance fee which makes this place even more worth a visit.

With its variety of backdrops and skylight, the ever-evolving Acklam Village W10 is an impressive and accessible space for exhibitions and launch parties.

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