When the Pitt Market started, they ran one Saturday a month. During the summer, they increased to weekly and then, when the weather got unavoidably dreich and horrid, they took a break. Now they’re back.
The industrial back yard in Leith is stocked with street food and drink stalls. The market opens at 12:00, food is available soon after and the music starts some time after 14:00. They’re open late and the vibe changes as the day goes on. It’s a fun place to be and to eat, open to all generations (kids up 20:00). I had crab mayo and chips from Barnacle and Bones and sushi salad from Ròst. Christopher, meanwhile had double portions of the spring time pakora from FreshrEVOLution. (They were good!)