Believe in the magic at Duke Street Food and Drink Market, with festive fun and a spectacular, ten foot, suspended Christmas tree

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The iconic Market has been decked out in huge beautiful wreaths, twinkling fairy lights and a show stopping, beautifully decorated tree that hangs from the ceiling.

His & Hers have sampled the fare, which is really fine, and very much enjoyed lunch at Pilgrim’s on the mezzanine level.

The Market, is open from Tuesday-Sunday during the festive period, and is home to six different food vendors. Vendors include: Asian-inspired Ginger; red meat specialist Bone and Block; Cinder, open fire; plant-based Indigo Greens, Cuban-inspired Finca and Cucina Di Vincenzo.

The kitchens will also have various festive specials on offer and you can find Christmas coffees and cocktails at the kiosk and bars.

The Market is providing an alternative for traditional Christmas parties where guests can all sit together and order food from any of the kitchens or bars and secure a table for just £30 per person.

On Saturday 7th and Saturday 21st December, the market is hosting special Santa’s Stories where children can sit around and listen to Father Christmas tell special festive stories, before getting a goody bag each. Tickets are £10 per child and are available via: 

Saturday 7th –

Saturday 21st –

Lee Bannon-Smith, Duke Street Market’s General Manager, said: “Our decorations have gone up and the market has a wonderful festive feel to it. The show stopper is definitely our Christmas tree…it’s a Christmas cracker!

“The market is all about community dining and sharing and that’s what Christmas is all about so it’s the perfect place to visit with your friends and family. And we have a special play area to keep the kids entertained!”

New Year’s Eve: Guests will receive food platters from all six kitchens and drinks with their ticket. Duke Street Food and Drink Market is hosting its first big New Year’s Eve bash complete with live music, entertainment, DJ, food platters from all six kitchens and drinks.

The event, that is tickets only, is £75 per person and tickets are sold in full tables. There are various table sizes available, with the smallest being a table of four.

Those who snap up tickets can arrive from 8pm, where they’ll enjoy music from renowned live band Twisted Tubes and DJ. There will also be some exciting entertainment. Guests will receive a glass of fizz on arrival and half a bottle of wine per person on their table, followed by platters from all six kitchens, so there’s something for everyone!

Duke Street Food and Drink Market will also release 50 tickets at £25 per person at a later date. This will include entry into the venue at a later time and include a glass of fizz on arrival.

General Manager, Lee Bannon-Smith, said: “We’ll be creating the best atmosphere with a special surprise for the countdown. We’re really excited to welcome our guests for our first big New Year’s Eve bash.”

To enquire about booking a table for New Year’s Eve: email with information on party size.

Payments must be made in full upon booking to secure a table for the night.

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