Garden Souq relaunching this weekend

Dubai Garden Centre is bringing back its weekly market with even more live food stalls, vegan products and much more

Garden Souq relaunching this weekend

The winter season is the perfect time to head outside and have a stroll, and Dubai Garden Centre is setting up its popular outdoor market once again so you can do just that.

This weekend (Saturday December 22), the Garden Centre in Al Quoz is relaunching the Garden Souq, a weekly market showcasing everything from artisanal goods to live food stations.

The buzzing market will have artisanal goods, handicrafts, cooking stations, creative workshops, live music, yoga sessions and much more.

The winter market will last until March 30, 2019, taking place every Saturday from 10am until 2.30pm. The best part? It’s completely enter for all to visit.

A few highlight vendors include Freez.uae which does sweet icy treats, Bissos Bakery that serves up manakish, pizzas and baked skillets, along with Bakers Kitchen for organic food and bread.

For the plant-eaters and organic food lovers of Dubai, Aswaaq will have an array of fresh fruit and vegetables, while Hearti Grub will be dishing out gluten-free and vegan products.

If you’re in need of a sense of fashion, Kal Jacobs has a selection of 100 percent cotton and intriguing bamboo shirts, and Arash Leather Bags will have some handcrafted camel leather products.

This is at Dubai Garden Centre, so visitors can also expect household pots and plants on sale to decorate your home with.

It’s the festive season, and with the big day being so close, there are plenty of Christmas markets for all to attend throughout the city.

The Ripe Market is also back, but this time it’s set up in a brand-new location. Make sure you know where it is before checking it out.

Head outdoors and get shopping.
Free entry. Until March 30, 2019. Every Sat 10am-2.30pm. Dubai Garden Centre, Al Quoz, www.dubaigardencentre.ae (04 590 4333).

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