A Neighbourhood Guide to Marylebone Village
With its tree-lined streets, chic boutiques and first-rate eating establishments, Marylebone Village has become one of the capital’s most well-loved areas.
Nestled in the heart of London’s West End, this little oasis of calm is full of elegant architecture and hidden green spaces. Strolling along the cafe-lined pavements, you’ll find it hard to believe that Oxford Street and Baker Street are just a few minutes’ walk away.
Favoured by young professionals and families alike, Marylebone Village is full of charm and has been home to countless A-listers over the years including Madonna, Paul McCartney and Noel Gallagher.
It’s easy to see why.
For food-lovers, there are plenty of restaurants and cafes to choose from.
One of our favourite breakfast spots is Granger & Co. Known for its famous scrambled eggs, this ‘Aussie-style’ eatery is open all day, but doesn’t take bookings so you may have to queue during peak times.
For a more classic dining experience, there’s nowhere better than The Ivy Cafe. Set in art-deco inspired surroundings, it serves what some have described as ‘comfort food done well’. Think shepherds pie, chicken milanese and fish cakes.
If you need to grab a pre-work coffee, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Our top picks are Back on Track Coffee, and Hagen, a Danish espresso bar. For somewhere a bit different, head to Mr & Mrs Small, a dog friendly cafe offering its very own doggy daycare and grooming parlour.
If pubs are more your thing, Marylebone Village has plenty of options.
For a cosy night with friends, there’s the Golden Eagle, serving an impressive array of real ales and draft beers.
If retail therapy’s what you’re after, you won’t be disappointed. Marylebone Village is packed full of options, from big name stores to small, independent boutiques.
Daunt Books, Diptyque, Lululemon, Me+Em, Maje, Paul Smith, The White Company and Space NK are just some of the brands you can experience.
If you’re looking to spend a few hours away from the office, there’s plenty to do locally.
Jaggedart showcases up and coming artists, hosting various exhibitions throughout the year. Then there’s the Wallace Collection with its wide-ranging collection including pieces by Rembrandt and Canaletto.
Then of course there’s Regent’s Park, one of Central London’s largest open spaces. There you can find flower gardens, sports facilities and even an open air theatre.
Finally, if it’s coworking space you need, look no further than Spacemade’s latest location in the heart of Marylebone Village. Working in partnership with the Howard de Walden Estate, Elmtree is premium flexible workspace like you’ve never seen before.
Situated in two beautifully-converted period properties, you’ll get best-in-class, serviced office space with all the modern amenities you need to get a day’s work done.