Welcome to our second London site, Mercato Mayfair!

Deconsecrated in 1974, St Mark’s on North Audley Street is now one of our cultural hubs of sustainable authentic food, offering two floors of worldwide cuisine, a rooftop terrace, wine cellar and community space.

Maintaining our Mercato ethos, ingredients are fresh, artisanal and sustainably sourced as far as possible.

After spending 30 years on England’s Historic Heritage Risk Register, St Mark’s Grade 1-listed building is part of a two-year £5 million restoration by Grosvenor estates, successfully repairing and reviving the building’s heritage features.

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Our Opening Times

We are open seven days a week including bank holidays

Mon – Thur : 12 – 11 pm

Fri – Sat : 12 – 12 am

Sun : 12 – 10:30 pm

Coffee & Breakfast available from 10am – 12 noon EVERY DAY

Grab a table in The Main Hall and enjoy the spectacular view!

Adventure downstairs to our fantastic wine cellar and pick up the perfect cheese board and wine pairing from BeBeMe

Wander up to the roof terrace for a peaceful spot in the fresh air!

Our Trading Partners

At Mercato, you can find a wide selection of kitchens from around the world. All the dishes are created using fresh ingredients that are locally sourced.

Please Note: We are a community market with shared kitchens. Despite some of our traders offering gluten-free food options, we cannot guarantee this 100%. Please ask our traders when ordering and please check the food allergy certificates clearly displayed on each shack.

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Community Space

Our Mayfair Community Space is housed in our basement and is available to residents and associations for community events. Free music classes and performances will take place within this space, with a focus on making contemporary jazz and opera accessible to children and families, local to the Mayfair community.


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