mare street market is open

After some back and forth with who was involved along with Barworks – first it was Nuno Mendes, then Gizzi Erskine took over – Mare Street Market, complete with a restaurant, bar, deli, coffee shop and liquor store as well as a Stranger Than Paradise record shop, a Rebel Rebel florist, a podcast recording studio and a pop-up space.

At the front of the space, the deli is the place to pick up salads, sandwiches, cheeses and meats, whereas the bar area at the back, with communal seating plus some outdoor tables, serves up a menu of pizzas, plates like tuna poke salads and rotisserie chicken, and brunch. The Dining Room, decked out with pieces from antiques shop Pure White Lines (which is all for sale) is still to formerly open, is all about modern British cooking, with plates including steak tartare, bone marrow marmite and cured yolk toasts and lamb cutlets with flageolet dauphinoise.

So whether you’re after a cocktail, a coffee, a record, a full-on dinner or a bunch of flowers, you can literally get it all under one roof.

mare street market | london on the inside
mare street market | london on the inside
mare street market | london on the inside

89-115 Mare Street, London, E8 4RT
marestreetmarket.com