Walk, Shop and Eat in Marylebone (pronounce Mar-le-bone)
Walk down the pretty Marylebone High Street, watch the locals, pick up a flat white from one of the nice cafes, walk to Regent’s Park and spend the afternoon boating on the lake.
Where to eat?
Chiltern Firehouse is a great place for celebrity spotting and apparently crab doughnuts are to die for!
Local and independent Boxcar Butcher & Grill is a perfect place for a date night as it gas got a lovely setting with tasty cuts of beef and cocktails.
Expect a creative plant-based brunches for vegans and vegetarians at The Gate Marylebone.
What to Instagram?
Marylebone Station is one of London’s prettiest stations.
John Lennon’ Blue Plaque at Montagu Square (he lived here for a short period of time in 1968).
It’s all about hidden gems which are free to visit, right? The Wallace Collection has got a vast collection of furniture and paintings from 18th and 19th centuries by the first four Marquesses of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace.
Where to shop?
Bella Freud store is spread over two floors, you will find seasonal collections of knitwear together with scented candles and fragrances.
Daunt Books are located in beautiful Edwardian premises of 83-84 Marylebone High Street, you might be familiar with this independent bookseller from seeing many Londoners carrying their canvas tote bags all around the City.
Shop for organic produce at Marylebone Farmers’ Market (every Sunday 10am-2pm on Aybrook Street, W1U 4DF), choose from fresh organic fruit, vegetables, dairy, seafood or meat.
Where to go for cocktails?
Enjoy live Jazz music every Wednesday at this cocktail bar called Purl which brings back classic cocktails and put a twist on them.
Visit Zetter Townhouse for afternoon tea or cocktails in a stunning setting of Seymour’s Parlour.