Every Wednesday is Mayfair Market day, and local residents and workers should pay a visit to The Mayfair Market, a food market held on the deck of Brown Hart Gardens.
Brown Hart Gardens, a terraced garden located just off Duke Street, has been hosting this particular market since February, and it is held every Wednesday.
A Startisans project, food start-ups and artisan producers are given a platform where they can showcase what they have to offer and test their products out on willing customers.
For Mayfair locals, The Mayfair Market is the place to go for artisan produce and an exciting range of food from both local and international producers.
Food gift options are also available, and visitors to the market can either eat their food on the terrace or take it away.
Open from 11am – 3pm every Wednesday, it is the perfect destination for both local workers (the market is only a stone’s throw from Oxford Street) during their lunch hour and foodie residents alike.
The market is organised in partnership with Shepherds Markets, a family-run company and market organiser which champions fine food and supports the efforts of start-up food businesses and artisan food entrepreneurs.
Weekly food markets form an important part of living in the capital. They provide a way for visitors to meet local producers and buy directly from them. Whether it’s sampling international street food, cakes and sweet treats, or sourcing organic local produce, there is so much choice for those who want to buy from food markets and farmers’ markets.
We also recommend the Pimlico Road Farmers’ Market which takes place every Saturday on Orange Square, Belgravia. Fresh shellfish, organic vegetables and meat, and locally-made bread is all available.
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