El Pastor & Coal Drops Yard welcome back the
‘Mexican Christmas Market’ this season
10-12 December 2021
11am – 8pm FREE
Coal Drops Yard N1C 4DQ
Celebrated Mexican restaurants Casa and Plaza Pastor, Coal Drops Yard along with friend Paola Feregrino from MexiBrit, will host a Mexican Christmas Market with artisanal Mexican clothing, accessories, ornaments and craftworks from independent artists and designers. The market will offer perfect opportunity to buy unique Christmas gifts, decorations or enjoy some traditional Mexican sweet bread, churros, hot chocolate and tamales.
The event follows the success of the Mexican Christmas Market that brought such a colourful taste of Mexico back in 2019 and is finally back in the yard.
Video of the 2019 market:
Bringing Dia de muertos and Mexican culture inspired crochet keyrings and more.
‘We work directly with a community of artisans in Oaxaca, Mexico to expand their reach and sell their round woven baskets all over the world. Every basket is handmade in Mexico and sold by our UK basket company. Andbecause we reinvest profits to buy more products, every purchase helps reate a sustainable income for the artisans practicing skills that have been passed down from generation to generation. That’s what the Artisan Partnership is all about – products that are ethical, practical, and beautiful.’
Bringing ethically sourced eco-friendly lifestyle fashion and toiletries to the market.
Bringing beautiful Oaxaca embroidered blouses and dresses.
Chili Maven is on a mission to add magic to your mealtimes with the amazing flavours of authentic Mexican Salsa Macha, a chili paste made with dried chilis, seeds and garlic.
‘Macha’ means the brave one, but you don’t need to be brave to enjoy our version of Mexico’s favourite salsa.
‘We sell and promote unique handmade crafts designed to enchant the spirit of mystique culture lovers. Our products are based on our millenary culture. Exotic products made with ingenuity and passion.’
Bringing beautiful and authentic arts & crafts straight from Mexico plus own art-work.
Beautiful hand made fashion and gifts by Mexican hands.
‘I ethically sourced unique handmade Clothing & Accessories & Art from Mexico. We work straight with the artisans helping to ensure their traditions continue.‘
Bringing to the UK, the creativity and passion of Mexican Artisans that are portrayed in a wide variety of vibrant and colourful crafts and accessories.
‘We are a small family business that specialises in handmade hair accessories and headpieces. With few years of experience I make personalised items for any age. They will bring out your personality, cheer up any outfit, enhance your photoshoot or super appreciated as a special gift.’
‘We are a small family run business based in South London. We sell accessories, with Sterling silver jewellery being our forte. However, we also carry costume and other materials fashion jewellery.’
‘Our brand offers you affordable luxury jewellery made from the best materials. The knitting and crochet techniques in jewellery making is an ancient method, which was used by many generations around the world using different materials, my mum Mercedes dedicates hours to this fantastic art. Over the past year, her love for the technique developed into what it is today.’
Handmade Mexican silver jewellery and crafts. Our products are handmade and fairly traded. They are made by different artisans from Mexico and are ethnically sourced.
‘Marusa Jewellery offers beautiful pieces of handmade jewellery containing traditional Mexican patterns and natural stones brought from Mexico. Originally started in Mazatlan, Marusa has been making jewellery for over 17 years. She specializes in pendants, however there are necklaces, earrings and bracelets in the offer as well.’
Sweet Nibble is an on-line bakery store that specialise in delicious Mexican cakes and pastries commonly known in Mexico as “Pan dulce” bringing Pan de Muerto, conchas and much more to the market.
‘ Mexican Mama was formed in 2018 with the aim of sharing everything we love about our home with our new friends in the UK, Europe and around the world. We pride ourselves on being able to provide you with new experiences in food, drink
and handicraft (as well as helping our Mexican amigos get a little taste of home!). ‘
Selling the most delicious TAMALES: ‘I am Mexican-American born in the heart of San Diego, just 15 mins from the border of Mexico. My family and I moved to the UK when I was 9 years old in 1998 (if you are trying to work out my age- DON’T). If you were around in 98, you are also very aware there was no “Authentic” Mexican food in London. Therefore to survive, my family and I would smuggle all the main essentials with us into the U.K (even if that meant bribing a few people at LAX with a tamale or two – Fun fact: they never said no)’
Bringing their delicious Mexican churros, elotes, and many more Mexican snacks to the market.
This year’s bigger and better market will also bring seasonal Mexican entertainment. Expect mariachi, Mexican carol singers, piñatas and much more to appeal to lovers of Mexico as well as Christmas market enthusiasts.
‘We are a small family business based in Archway North London, we create and produce our own Artisanal Ice Creams and desserts.’
Saturday and Sunday entertainment:
4:30pm Mexican Christmas Carols with the The Latin American Community Choir
El Pastor is a small group of Mexican taquerias in London, inspired by the decade the founders spent in Mexico City, running cult nightclub, El Colmillo and searching for the city’s best al pastor taco. The Pastor restaurants make all of their tortillas in-house using heritage Mexican corn and offer tacos, tostadas, quesadillas, mezcal, tequila and lively scenes. The original El Pastor was opened on Stoney Street, just off Borough Market in December 2016, and met with public and critical acclaim. Casa Pastor and Plaza Pastor followed in Coal Drops Yard in October 2018, and El Pastor Soho, the newest in the gang, opened in June 2021 at 66-67 Brewer Street.
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