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Celebrating a Year in Marylebone

After a successful first year in our Marylebone boutique (how time flies!) during which time we’ve instituted a fantastic drop-off shoe shining service with the Jaunty Flâneur as well as a number of VIP events, we’ve really grown to love the area. Its old-school streets are constantly being rejuvenated with new shops, bars and restaurants, and every time we wander around the area we discover a new favourite place, tucked away off a never-before-seen mews street. To celebrate the area’s fantastic hidden places, we’ve asked a selection of our favourite stylish men in the know to reveal their secret slice of Marylebone.


Karlmond Tang, menswear writer, Mr Boy
Marylebone is one of London’s most beautiful areas, with lovely red brick architecture. It’s also home to the Monocle Café on Chiltern Street, which represents everything good about the magazine. Realistically though the whole area is a great place to shop and very English.

Robin Mackney, illustrator
The Monocle Café: impeccable coffee and an eye for every detail; it’s impossible not to go in. I always pop by for a catch up with the magazine and to lose myself amidst the serene interior.
18 Chiltern St, W1U 7QA (website)

Jordan Bunker, menswear writer
Workshop Coffee Co. is a cool place to go and get some work done whilst having a damn good coffee at the same time.
1 Barrett St, W1U 1AX, (website)


Tom Banham, Associate Editor, FashionBeans
I’d say Pied à Terre’s sister restaurant, L’Autre Pied. Proof that sublime ingredients treated with respect is all you need for gastronomic perfection. Their vegetarian tasting menu will also prove to any carnivore that meat doesn’t need to sit at the centre of every dish.
L’Autre Pied, 5-7 Blandford St, W1U 3DB (website)

Darren Kennedy, TV presenter & stylist @Darrenken
Meat Liquor
: there’s nothing like their chicken wings to cure a hangover!
74 Welbeck St, W1G 0BA mens stone island sale (website)

<p style="text-align: mens stone island sale justify;”>Adam Walker, Editor,
, somewhat fittingly, is an absolute gem of an underground bar based in the heart of Marylebone. It’s a classic speakeasy bar that’s always buzzing and has a wonderful array of drinks and cocktails. I advise booking if you want to ensure a spot.
50/54 Blandford Street, W1U7HX (website)

Chris Chasseaud, menswear writer @chrischass
The Golden Eagle
pub is a quintessentially British pub that’s cosy inside and with great area in front to drink and watch the world go by.
59 Marylebone Lane, W1U 2NY, (website)


Nick Bain, menswear writer, Bainser
La pâtisserie des rêves
: if you’re looking for some Gallic glamour and possibly the best cakes in London go no further, and that’s before we even get onto the Kouign-amann.
43 Marylebone High St, W1U 5HE (website)

Marcus Jaye, Editor,
I would have to say the Wallace Collection. How was that somebody’s house once ! It’s a dose of over-the-top Frenchness in London.
Hertford House, Manchester Square, W1U 3BN (website)


Jonathan Daniel Pryce, photographer, Garcon Jon
I have an apartment filled with books and to despite the fact I certainly don’t need any more, I can’t resist stepping into Daunt Books to pick up a new one each time I pass by. The store itself transports me to another time when London was at its peak in literary genius.
83 Marylebone High St, W1U 4QW (website)

Craig Landale, Editor, MenswearStyle
I’ve reviewed the best 5 star hotels in London for our travel chapter but nothing has come close to the breakfast offering at the Landmark Hotel. Nothing short of epic, it’s served within their Winter Garden, an eight-story glass roof atrium with palm trees – you can quickly forget that you’re in the city and imagine you’re on holiday.
222 Marylebone Rd, NW1 6JQ (website)

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