Duke Street Market
With a similar feel to Manchester’s ‘Mackie Mayor’ food hall, Duke St market has excellent food, a relaxed social vibe and impressive details.
Robyn says: ‘Having opened only this summer, Duke St appears to have a real sense of pride from the traders, and a focus on a relaxed yet upmarket foody atmosphere. The design of the market showcases the existing worn brick, fantastic large and robust existing timber door sets, offset by a crafted chunky timber staircase and pronounced steel base to the mezzanine, which allows visitors to overlook the double height space. To top that, the food looks fantastic’‘
A simple yet effective food hall setting, that doubles up as an event space.
Robyn says: ‘Baltic Market sits tucked under the striking Cain’s Brewary Village bridge, opposite Cain’s Brewary and their neighbours Vintage barn and the Dock Leaf bar and restaurant. This fantastically foody destination comes with a Lo-Fi creative and all year festive feel and was host to a film crew on set when we passed through! We can’t wait to hang out at one of their future events. Bring on Oktoberfest!‘
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After a jam-packed couple of days in Liverpool, John met with Jo and moved on to Manchester for another exciting project that is on the horizon…watch this space!
(Of course, they made sure to test out the local cuisine!)