The Neighbourgoods Market

The Neighbourgoods Market

Situated in Woodstock, The Neighbourgoods Market is the perfect way to kick off your Saturday morning shopping.

Dubbed the “Old Biscuit Mill” by locals (because it was formerly a biscuit factory), the award-winning Neighbourgoods Market in the now-trendy suburb of Woodstock should feature on your weekend itinerary if you’re after fresh, artisanal and locally sourced produce (and you like to people-watch).

Over 100 specialty traders – farmers, fine-food purveyors, bakers, organic gardeners and grocers, mongers, butchers and celebrated local chefs – sell only the highest-quality produce and will educate you about what you’re buying, how it’s made and where the ingredients come from.

Despite its popularity, the market only happens on Saturdays between 9am and 2pm; but check their website for a calendar of seasonal events, festivals and live music. The surrounding boutiques, homeware shops, galleries and some of Cape Town’s top restaurants are worth exploring, specifically The Test Kitchen and The Pot Luck Club.




9am - 2pm





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Time of publication: 15 September 2014

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One Response to “The Neighbourgoods Market”

  1. Bertus verwey

    I really would like to be a trader at your market, doing pancake, cuppuccino coffee, soft serve ice cream, hot chips and pizza.