Marylebone, tucked away behind the often nightmarish Oxford Street, often flies under the radar. Yet visitors to the area will be treated to a charming neighbourhood full of elegantly relaxed vibes and a string of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and bars to explore...

Lead Photo: 108 Brasserie

Where To Eat & Drink

The Italians

Offering a truly authentic taste of Italy in the heart of Marylebone Village, The Italians ethos is to provide customers with the best produce that Italy has to offer. Their produce is made fresh on a daily basis, and the short yet refined menu features highlights such as the bruschetta ‘nduja and burrata, and the porchetta Toscana with truffle mayo. The venue attracts a loyal crowd from the local area, and the buzzing atmosphere combined with the extensive wine list makes this a great location for a light lunch, or Friday evening drinks.

Address: 27B Devonshire Street W1G 6PW


The Resident: 108 The Brasserie, Marylebone108 The Brasserie, Marylebone (Image: 108 The Brasserie)

108 Brasserie

For an evening of sophistication, head to 108 Brasserie. Standing proudly upon the cobbled street of Marylebone Lane, the venue boasts a large alfresco terrace, perfect for sipping a G&T on a late summer’s evening, as well as an impressive main dining area. The menu focuses on modern British cuisine in an elevated environment, and highlights include the whole Dover sole and the selection of black angus grass fed steaks. Fussy patrons stand little chance against the restaurant's extensive and varied menu, and there’s also an impressive cocktail list to boot.

Address: 108 Marylebone Lane W1U 2QE


The Resident: The Coach Makers Arms, MaryleboneThe Coach Makers Arms, Marylebone (Image: The Coach Makers Arms)

The Coachmakers Arms

From the exterior, The Coachmakers Arms looks not dissimilar to a standard London pub, but don’t let that fool you. If you head down the stairs, you’ll enter a noticeably plush cocktail bar reminiscent of a 1920’s speakeasy. Drinks are created to celebrate the ‘conviviality and kinship of clubhouses the land over’, and include lesser known sips such as the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, and there’s a great range of craft beers available, too. A night here could easily be spent talking away to the knowledgeable bartenders who, if you’re lucky, might just make you your very own, individually tailored cocktail, made specifically to your taste.

Address: 88 Marylebone Lane W1U 2PZ


Shop, See & Do

The Resident: Rococo Chocolates, MaryleboneRococo Chocolates, Marylebone (Image: Rococo Chocolates)

Rococo Chocolates

Boasting a rich, British heritage and over 30 years of experience in the industry, Rococo Chocolates specialises in bringing the finest tastes and experiences to their customers. You can opt to simply browse their collection, which has been crafted with only the finest ingredients, before of course indulging in a gift for yourself or a loved one, or partaking in one of their bespoke experiences. From lollipop making classes, to truffle and chocolate bar making, Rococo Chocolates offers a truly unique experience that is fun (and equally as delicious), for all the family.

Address: 3 Moxon Street W1U 4EP


The Resident: Daunt Books, MaryleboneDaunt Books, Marylebone (Image: Daunt Books)

Daunt Books

A day out in Marylebone isn’t complete without a visit to Daunt Books. Founded in 1990 and housed on an Edwardian premises, Daunt Books is widely recognised as one of London’s most beautiful bookstores. This place does things a little differently to the likes of other book stores in the city, organising their books by country, rather than genre, for a truly unique browsing experience. Whether you’re into fantasy, history or anything (and everything) in between, you’ll surely find something of interest here, as well as interiors that could be something out of a Harry Potter novel.

Address: 84 Marylebone High Street W1U 4QW


The Resident: La Fromargerie, MaryleboneLa Fromargerie, Marylebone (Image: La Fromargerie)

La Fromagerie

Cheese lovers will rejoice at La Fromagerie, one of the finest cheesemongers in London. Browse both familiar and new flavours in their dedicated, walk-in cheese room, and marvel at the maturing cellar whilst discussing your prospective purchases with the affineur (that’s cheese specialist). With a dedicated shop selling the finest artisan produce from breads, charcuterie and fine wines to dry store ingredients, you’ll find everything you need for crafting your very own cheese and wine pairing to be enjoyed after your day in Marylebone Village.

Address: 2-6 Moxon Street, W1U 4EW


Agnès B

The cobbled streets and boutique stores of Marylebone Village look as though they could be plucked straight from Paris, so it’s only fitting that the stylish boutique Agnès B sits proudly on Marylebone High Street. Offering stylish collections for both women, men and children, the ethos behind Agnès B’s collection is that fashion should be chic, subtle and casual, all at the same time.

Address: 40-41 Marylebone High Street W1U 4QH


The Resident: The Regent's Park, MaryleboneThe Regent's Park, Marylebone (Image: Royal Parks)

Arts & Culture

Madame Tussauds

Get snap-happy with your favourite celebrities at Madame Tussauds - a day out that promises to leave a lasting impression on both adults and children alike. Whether you want to take a gander at members of the royal family, or rub shoulders with A-lister celebs and pop stars, the museum has a myriad wax works for you to marvel at.

Address: Marylebone Road, NW1 5LR


The Wallace Collection

Marvel at a collection of 18th Century French paintings, furniture and ceramics at The Wallace Collection’s permanent collection. Amassed by the Marquesses of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace, the collection is one of the most celebrated collections of neoclassical artifacts in the world. Alternatively, go treat yourself to one of the museum's world-class exhibitions.

Address: Hertford House, Manchester Square W1U 3BN


The Regent's Park

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city at nearby Regent’s Park, home to the London zoo. While the park is a dream to relax in and just lie about in the sun, there's also a playground for families, plenty of memorials, fountains and statues to explore as well as many beautiful gardens to explore.


Where To Stay

The Marylebone Hotel

With plush beds, stylish rooms and indulgent luxuries including Malin & Goetz toiletries and comfortable robes, The Marylebone Hotel is a decadent stay in the heart of Marylebone. There's also a heated swimming pool, as well as a restaurant and cocktail bar for you to try out.

Address: 47 Welbeck Street W1G 8DN


The Resident: The Marylebone HotelThe Marylebone Hotel (Image: The Marylebone Hotel)

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