Mare Street Market


Evening Standard says: Step inside the swish, swish glass doors and the building is abuzz: at the entrance there’s the neon-lit florist Rebel Rebel; a deli stacked with locally sourced charcuterie and cheeses; an off-licence stocked with craft ales and organic wines; and a vinyl record store, Stranger Than Paradise. read more
Secretldn says: Finding great food is Hackney is a ‘mare no more, with the arrival of Mare Street Market. This rather upmarket hangout has been four years coming, and it finally threw open its doors this week. Inside the neatly-converted warehouse, you’ll find three restaurants, more foodie offerings, and and a whole host of other treasures to delight curious Hackneyites. read more
Appear Here says: This year (2018), Marc Francis-Baum (serial entrepreneur and co-owner of Barworks, Goodlife Group, Camden Town Brewery & The East London Liquor Company) turned his attention from pubs to produce when he opened the gigantic Mare Street Market in a run-down Job Centre in Hackney. Instantly popular with locals, crowds have been astounded with the variety on offer; you can slip from rye pizzas to florists to breweries, coffee shops and even a podcast studio. In other words, there’s everything a millennial Londoner could want under one roof. read more




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