It’s also a popular choice for families who want to settle down because housing prices are much lower than in north London and other boroughs. The name Archway comes from a bridge that was constructed in the 1800s. It connects Highgate and Crouch End and still stands strong. Here are some things you can do while you’re in Archway:
Visit the Local Market
This little market is located next to Archway Station and is super convenient to get to. There's a lot of stuff to browse through and purchase. You will find everything from locally grown produce to baked goods and more! If you're ever in need of organic food or fresh groceries, this market is your go-to.
Not only that, but you'll be able to understand what Archway is all about once you visit. There are a lot of handmade trinkets on sale, as well as local decorations and flowers. Plus, everyone is friendly and welcoming so that you won't feel like a tourist.
Have an Organic Avocado
Toast Suppose you find yourself feeling hungry and wanting to try something new, head over to Owl and Hitchhiker. It's a quirky and off-beat restaurant that offers bottomless brunches on Saturdays. You will find organic avocado toast, fluffy pancakes, and eggs were done in lots of different ways.
All the produce is sourced from local farmers, and the variety is endless. Along with delicious food, you'll find Owl and Hitchhiker to be a perfect place for entertainment. From hosting quiz nights and stand-up to live music and performances, there’s endless fun here.