Anyone who has been following my Instagram and the blog probably knows how much I love Le Marché St. George. If not, you can also read about it here: http://www.beyunique.com/2012/08/hot-spot-le-marche-st-george.html. Years passed, yet, Le Marché St. George still has remained as my favourite cafe of all time because of its welcoming, neighbourhood-friendly ambiance, rustic interior with full of thoughtfully-curated artisanal products, sans-pretentious customer service, and also its signature crepes and quiche served on beautiful vintage silverware.
Biannually, Le Marché St. George kindly invites cafe-goers to their private space, upstairs of the cafe for pop-up shop. For this summer, 'Campesino' themed pop-up shop opened its door on April 25th, including muted-palettes of hand-crafted linens, organic cottons and hand-dyed silks from Mandula, locally-made candles, bath salts and mists by Woodlot, also co-owner Janaki Larsen's unique, one-of-a-kind ceramics. The room is filled with coziness that feels homey as if I lied down on my very own couch. Not to mention, running into friends and getting connected with some of the nicest people was an absolute bonus. Be sure to check out its beauty and feel it your way. It opens until May 10th.
Photographed by BEYUNIQUE