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Tasting Tour of Borough Market in London

Lisa Linder Apples for sale near London's Borough Market

Photo: Lisa Linder

On weekends Borough Market draws some 70 organic farmers, artisanal producers, world-class bakers, and gourmet food importers from all over the world. The streets surrounding London’s oldest wholesale greenmarket have become a shopping and dining haven. Read the article

Destinations: London · London Bridge

Themes: Food + Drink · Shopping

Inspired by: Borough Market, London — by Susan Welsh, Published Nov. 2006

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    Brew Wharf

    Hopheads and foodies alike enjoy this stylish restaurant and microbrewery in Brew Wharf Yard, just outside Borough Market. Beneath soaring arched c

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    Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House

    The best British bivalves paired with superb wines and ales make Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House one of the most celebrated seafood spots in

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    Roast

    A sophisticated mainstay in Borough Market, this second-story dining room is a study in casual elegance complete with lofty ceilings, lovely white

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    The Rake

    “The Rake is my local in London!” exclaims one of the many brewers’ signatures sprawled across the wall at this tiny but impressive specialty beer

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