07 February 2013 by

London's Grazia Readers! We Need You To Vote For Your Favourite Weekend Hangout

Grazia Local is back, and this time we're focussing on London town. Now we know Londoners are fiercely loyal when it comes to their postcodes, so what better way to explore our capital's offerings than turning it into a competition between North, South, East and West London? Should make for some interesting input...

Now we're after your input on your favourite Sunday afternoon hangout, best coffee shop and your top market stall. Vote below!

Sunday Afternoon Hangout

Lexi Cinema, NW10

Settle down into comfy seats under a ceiling scattered with the most mesmerising fairy light inspired installation and catch all recent releases in this cute boutique cinema. Plus, all ticket proceeds go the charity.

Horniman Museum, SE23

Full of weird and wonderful artefacts, you’re just as likely to see a giant stuffed walrus as you are an ancient African instrument or a full-sized (dead!) monkey squeezed into a jar.

Acklam Village, W10

A stones through away from the famous Portobello Road market, Acklam Village has all the relaxed vibes you get at Carnival, but all year round!

Hackney Picturehouse, E8

Not just a cinema, the Picturehouse is also responsible for some great live entertainment, art exhibitions and top notch food and drink.


Coffee Shop

Haberdashery, N8

The coffee here is rumoured to be London's best. The enormous homemade cakes and mis matched tea cups give it a perfect homely feel.

Deptford Project, SE8

Set in bustling Deptford Market, this cute café is housed in a done-up abandoned train car. Run by local creatives, their sustainable coffee and homemade hummus is well worth a taster.

Granger & Co, W11

Brainchild of Aussie cook Bill Granger, this restaurant always has a queue out the door – but don’t let that put you off, it moves fast!

Muxima, E3

Muxima is an independent Art & Culture Cafe located in Bow promoting and supporting local and International artists.

Market Stall

Makaroon, Harringay Market, N8

Head down to this small but tasty local foodie market every Sunday and meet Ellie and Chris to sample some of their ‘Makaroons’, Parisian delights with a twist.

Mother Flipper, Brockley Market, SE4

Mother Flipper burgers are fast making their mark on the London food scene. The secret lies in their candy bacon (bacon fried in maple syrup since you ask). Deeelish. 

June Child's, Portabello Green Market, W10

Full of record players and musical knick-knacks, this is one market stall that's perfect for browsing and coming away with something really special.

Eat My Pies, Broadway Market, E8

Top notch traditional pies that'll leave you wanting more.

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