5 weekend markets, 11 great eats. Rufino St, Makati, Metro Manila Legazpi Sunday market was once located in Greenbelt for two-long decades. The Salcedo Saturday Market has been around since 2004 and is known for their selection of food, antique furniture, hard-to-find local goods, and artisan crafts. Legazpi Market is held every Sunday along Legazpi and Rufino streets in Legazpi Village. These weekend markets focus on organic fruit and vegetable shopping while having tasty street food ready to eat. It’s a delightful gathering of stalls that offer everything you could hope to find in a marketplace. Cruise the stalls to pick up a few cool things for your home, some healthy ingredients for your kitchen, or a handmade purse that catches your eye. Wet/Farmers Markets: I mentioned the hip, but well-organized and pricier weekend markets- Salcedo Saturday Market and Legazpi Sunday Market in Part 1. Address: At Herrera st. cor Legazpi and Salcedo V.A. Legazpi Sunday Market Legazpi Village - Open Parking, V. A. Rufino corner Legazpi Sts., Legazpi Village, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines Visit one or all of them for tasty treats depending on what you're hankering for In Makati, the weekend market operates in two different places from Saturday to Sunday: at Salcedo Village on Saturdays, and at Legazpi Village on Sundays.In Fort Bonifacio, Mercato Centrale (and Midnight Mercato) serve weekend shoppers and late-night foodies alike. Legazpi Sunday Market Herrera Street corner Legazpi and Salcedo V.A. Salcedo and Legazpi Weekend Markets When it comes to weekend markets, none are more popular than Makati’s Salcedo Saturday Market and Legazpi Sunday Market. You’ll also find fresh fruits and vegetables, local and Well-rounded, easily accessible, and stocked with heaps of delicious food and tempting buys, this Sunday-morning market in Legazpi Village is the perfect weekend outing. Ivan About Town, Manila Boy, Old Manila Walks, and Our Awesome Planet are cordially inviting you to join us in an "Ultimate Trip" to the market less-travelled, the Legaspi Sunday Market for a pre-holiday "Sunday Brunch," 10 a.m. to 12 noon on August 24. Log into Facebook to start sharing and connecting with your friends, family, and people you know. They sell handicrafts like wooden houseware, handmade accessories, as well as straw bags and slippers. Salcedo, Greenfield, Legazpi, or Mercato? Gamboa St., Legazpi Village, Makati City – temporary location starting April 7 (Sundays, 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.) For Makatizens, Legazpi Sunday Market is a weekend habit whether you want a family day, or a “tita time.” Check out the details in Manila Boy.