St James’s Market
St James's Market is an exciting new West End destination with a collection of bespoke concept restaurants and flagship stores.

Open and bustling, St James’s Market is the West End go-to for stores and restaurants that are either new to the UK or a completely original concept to London. Read the profiles below to get a flavour, or click the links for more information from longer articles for the full course.


Anzu
Japanese brasserie by the masterminds behind Tonkotsu. Read how they differ.

Aquavit
Nordic restaurant where the food is a work of art. Tapestries by Olafur Eliasson. The New York original is two Michelin-starred.

ASSOS
Swiss cycle gear with scientific precision, worn by commters and Tour de France competitors alike. Find out about their unique testing systems.


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Jigsaw, St James's Emporium
Smart contemporary Jigsaw has opened a new emporium in St James's Market, along with multi-brand sister store, The Shop at Bluebird. Take a look at the unique space.


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Ole & Steen
A heavenly bakery from Denmark's favourite bakers.

Paul & Shark
Technical textiles – waterproof, windproof, electromagnetic wave-proof – that will suit urban adventurers and yachtsmen alike. UK flagship.

Smeg
Their applicances are best known for their 50s design, but the technology is anything but. Swing by to see the covered, handpainted Fridge of Art by Dolce & Gabbana or its working kitchen. Opening June.

Veneta
Restaurant and bar with the food and feel of Venice. Sail away to perfection. Get a taste for the cuisine.


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St James's Market is also a new home for global businesses, with over 210,000 sq ft of premium office accommodation on offer. Tenants already include The Crown Estate and The Carlyle Group. You can contact about available office space on the St James's Market website below.


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Here's a useful map for how to get there. Piccadilly Circus is the closest station but St James's Market is a short walk from Charing Cross and Green Park stations as well.