MM-our site rules

BOOKINGS

Mercato is an inclusive space that welcomes all and we’re so excited to share it with you, we want everyone to have the chance to experience the markets. Bookings are not necessary to enter any of our sites.

We mostly operate on a first come first served basis, but we do accept booking reservation enquiries for parties of 10+ people in Mercato Mayfair, and 8+ people in Mercato Metropolitano. Please see the links below:

For any larger enquiries or private events, please email info@mercatometropolitano.com.

 

EXTERNAL FOOD AND DRINK POLICY

As a sustainable community market, we like to practise what we preach; therefore we do not allow any external food or drink on the premises. Sorry – This does include birthday cakes!

We do this because all our food and drink in the market is carefully sourced regarding packaging and ingredients.

If you wish to celebrate a birthday with us – please do! We offer an on-site bakery where you can purchase and pre-order anything you like. Any pre-order requests can be sent to info@mercatometropolitano.com.

If you are stopped at the front with any external food or drink, our security guards will store them safely for you until you leave the market.

 

AGE RESTRICTIONS

As a community market, we welcome all ages up to 10pm daily.

We have plenty of baby chairs around the market, please ask a member of staff for assistance.

 

DOGS AND CATS

We welcome all animals! Please keep their leads on and feel free to snap any photos of your furry friends around the markets – Tag us on Instagram:  @mercatometropolitano

 

ZERO PLASTIC POLICY

As a sustainable community market, we do not allow plastic on site. Our security team may ask you to leave any plastic items at the front gate until you leave the market.

Join the MMovement

MM is inviting people, companies and policymakers across London, the UK and the world to join the movement to change food culture in the country. This is an open invitation for people who believe in:

Healthy, sustainable, living food made with rural, artisanal practices

Supply chains that prioritise quality over price and make good, healthy food available

The importance of community in cities across the world, starting with London