Markets in Hamburg


© Gerrit Meier

Where does my food come from? For seasonal and regional lovers, the "Hobenköök" (engl. harbour kitchen) is the place to be. On 600 square metres, the creative team of food lovers offers fresh vegetables, fruits, cheese and more. 200 suppliers from Hamburg and nearby are involved in this unique market concept. Guests and clients are invited to purchase the raw product in place, or enjoy them in the restaurant right away. Holistic, pure and suprising- that's the "Hobenköök"

Stockmeyerstraße 43 (Oberhafen)


Nachtmarkt in St. Pauli

(Spielbudenplatz / ebd.)

The Spielbudenplatz is the heart in the centre of the Reeperbahn – and the “Nachtmarkt” adapted his opening hours to the unique surroundings and consequently is open in the evening. Apart from fresh and regional groceries, a beer garden and live music make the market an ideal after-work location and a practical spot for the daily grocery shopping.

Spielbudenplatz (St. Pauli)

Marktzeit in the Fabrik Ottensen

(Markt in der Fabrik / ebd.)

Whether it are delicacies from the region or design from Hamburg’s ateliers and manufactories – the visitors feel the exhibitor’s passion for their products. The audience is a diverse mixture of families, creatives and alternatives. Hamburg’s first neighbourhood market offers weekly changing live-music, stands to have brunch, and a great variety to stroll around and start off into a relaxing weekend.

Barnerstraße 36, in der Fabrik (Ottensen)

Fischmarkt St. Pauli

(Fischmarkt / Christian Spahrbier)

Not only fresh fish, flowers, cheese and vegetables are found on the market each Sunday morning, the “Fischmarkt” is a remarkable spectacle. Merchants praise their products with bold words as if it the market was a real stage. A true most-do for anyone who spent the night on the nearby Reeperbahn or wants to catch the freshest fish for Sunday’s lunch.

St. Pauli Fischmarkt/Große Elbstraße (Altona)
Tel: +49 (0)40 428 11 60 69


(Isemarkt / Facebook)

The “Isemarkt” is equally popular with locals and visitors. The weekly market in the district Eppendorf holds around 200 stands for local specialties, herbs, flowers and many other delicacies. The market takes places beneath the historical high line every Tuesday and Friday for over 60 years now.

Isestraße (Eppendorf)

Street Food Session - St. Pauli Straßenmampf

(Street Food Session/ Facebook)

Every Thursday it is time for food trucks on the Spielbudenplatz in St.Pauli . The trucks offer food from all regions of the world. The street food movement combines the community spirit of dining together at one common table and the wish to actively see the preparation of one’s own meal. Additionally, most food trucks on the market put a high emphasis on taste experiments, organic quality and regional ingredients.

Spielbudenplatz (St.Pauli)