10 BERNERS STREET LONDON
W1T 3NP, UNITED KINGDOM
+44 (0)20 7781 0000
A historically bohemian neighbourhood, Fitzrovia today is a hub of art, culture, shopping and dining, and our boutique design hotel is in the centre of the best London has to offer. Fashion’s most coveted labels are moments away on Oxford and Regent streets, and nearly every cuisine can be sampled on nearby Charlotte Street. Surrounding areas, including Convent Garden, Mayfair, Soho and Regent’s Park, are home to iconic attractions and events such as the British Museum and Frieze Art Fair.
From the founders of legendary club, Adonis, East London’s newest neighbourhood restaurant Yes Please has arrived and it promises a fun, ‘inclusive’ environment for eating and drinking. Here, Head Chef Jerome Slesinski (ex-Coal Vaults and LASSCO) brings their unique flair with ‘camp small plates’, such as pink burrata with hazelnuts, lardo fontina dippers and fried artichokes, served alongside a selection of natural wines.
The brainchild of the Yotam Ottolenghi people, NOPI is a brasserie with a twist. Think: Menu with Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Asian ingredients and influences. And the surprising combinations work amazingly well.
Queer heritage, performance art and honky-tonk, every Saturday for twenty one flippin’ years with Amy Lamé hosting this arty party playgroup, resident DJs Readers Wifes handling the dance floor, and door whore artistes Father and Jay Cloth. These are the purveyors of progressive working class entertainment doing their thing just one last time.
Gay’s The Word, the UK’s first LGBT+ bookshop dating back to 1979, was founded by a group of gay socialists, activists and intellectuals nearly 35 years ago – and, despite the evisceration of the industry, still manages to sell enough books to maintain its place on Marchmont Street. Go, support, buy, Instagram it, TikTok it. You know the drill.
The Greek sensation is back, cooking things up and trying things out for a future run at THE COCKATOO — a new dinner theatre downstairs at BISTROTHEQUE, serving performance alongside their usual Modern European menu.
The buzz is as important as the food at Jacob Kenedy’s Soho institution, Bocca di Lupo. Dine at the bar and you’re in for a fun night – especially if you’re perched at the counter. While the night away and watch the West End’s most revered actors swan in for the type of Italian plates you might not cook yourself; think salt-baked bream and an array of delicious fried goods, all the better washed down with an spritz or two.
On Saturday 2nd July 2022, join Henry Holland, The London EDITION and friends to celebrate Pride with an inaugural Pride fundraiser brunch supporting The Albert Kennedy Trust & Switchboard at critically acclaimed Berners Tavern. Open to all.
A seafood “shack” that serves some of Britain’s finest seafood, alongside seasonal produce. Don’t miss the raw bar. Truly a seaside restaurant in the city.
One of London’s premier music shops—specializing in vinyl. Great service and an even better collection of vintage vinyl.
Co-founded by Damien Hirst, Other Criteria is an arts-based publishing company. Stop by the shop for a collection of objects, books and prints from contemporary artists.
Experience ultimate relaxation at this spa that offers a wide range of treatments and therapies designed to better your well being.
One of London’s most iconic and unique department stores, Liberty has been located in the heart of London since 1875. Stop by to see the amazing Tudor building and to shop top fashions and home goods.
One of the leading contemporary art galleries in London, see works by Robert Mapplethorpe, Ryan McGinley, and more.
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