Bond Street’s long-awaited Elizabeth Line station has now opened. Discover the best shops and restaurants within a 15-minute walk of Bond Street station.

From 24 October, the Elizabeth Line station at Bond Street will run a train service every five minutes. From Sunday 6 November, this will increase to trains every three to four minutes, seven days a week.

From 6 November, customers travelling from Heathrow, Reading and Shenfield will be able to go directly to Crossrail’s Bond Street without needing to change trains at Paddington or Liverpool Street train stations.

Fully accessible, the new station is step-free from street to train with two lifts.

From eating delicious street food in a beautiful church to relaxing in a secret garden, we roundup the best things to do just a short stroll from the Bond Street stop of the Elizabeth Line.

Restaurants near Bond Street station

1. Tuck into cuisine from across the globe at Mercato Mayfair, a grand sustainable street food hall that’s housed within a beautiful old church on foodie hotspot North Audley Street.

Address: Mercato Mayfair, St. Mark’s Church, N Audley St, London W1K 6ZA.

Walking distance from Bond Street station: Mercato Mayfair is an 11-minute walk from Bond Street station.

The outside of a church with four tall pillars and with five red flower planters outside it

2. Be dazzled by wow-factor interiors and decadent food at The Ivy Asia Mayfair on North Audley Street. Expect Asian-inspired décor, dramatic florals and plush seating.

Address: The Ivy Asia Mayfair, North Audley Street, London W1K 6ZD.

Walking distance from Bond Street station: The Ivy Asia Mayfair is an 11-minute walk from Bond Street station.

A waiter holds a plate filled with small bowls of food and a small monkey statue

3. Treat yourself to a coffee and cake in one of South Molton Street’s welcoming cafes, including buzzy coffee shop Everbean; space age-style %ARABICA and Fair Shot Coffee, a social enterprise, which trains young people with learning difficulties.

Address: South Molton Street, London, W1K 5QE.

Walking distance from Bond Street station: South Molton Street is a four-minute walk from Bond Street station.

Coffee and yoghurt with granola at Everbean

Shops near Bond Street station

4. Shop for designer fashion brands on Mount Street, one of London’s most luxurious shopping destinations. The street is lined with big-name designer stores, including Jenny Packham, Oscar de la Renta, Christian Louboutin,Pringle of ScotlandMalone SouliersRoksanda and many more.

Address: Mount Street, London, W1K 3NW.

Walking distance from Bond Street station: Mount Street is a 10-minute walk from Bond Street station.

A man walking on the pavement outside Pringle of Scotland shop

5. Stroll along pretty pedestrianised shopping hub South Molton Street, abuzz with welcoming boutiques and cosy cafes. Shop for jewellery at Annoushka, browse cashmere loungewear at Les 100 Ciels, and find luxury fashion at Browns flagship boutique on nearby Brook Street.

Address: South Molton Street, London, W1K 5QE.

Walking distance from Bond Street station: South Molton Street is a four-minute walk from Bond Street station.

South Molton Mayfair

6. Enjoy a spot of guilt-free shopping by dropping into sustainable shops The Good Store and So Just Shop on South Molton Street.

Address: South Molton Street, London, W1K 5QE.

Walking distance from Bond Street station: South Molton Street is a four-minute walk from Bond Street station.

The white exterior of The Good Store

Pubs and bars near Bond Street station

7. Treat yourself to craft beer, cocktails and hearty food in art-filled pub The Audley, where Phyllida Barlow’s colourful kaleidoscope ceiling installation takes centre stage, while Martin Creed’s neon FRIENDS sign takes pride of place above the bar.

Address: The Audley, 41-43 Mount St, London W1K 2RX

Walking distance from Bond Street station: The Audley pub is a 13-minute walk from Bond Street station.

Pub bar with kaleidoscope mosaic on ceiling

8. Visit new pub and restaurant The Barley Mow in the heart of Mayfair. Tuck into Scotch eggs and sausage rolls washed down with ales and lagers in the pub, or head upstairs to the first-floor restaurant for daily roasts from the carvery.

Address: 82 Duke St, London W1K 6JG

Walking distance from Bond Street station: The Barley Mow is an eight-minute walk from Bond Street station.

Artist's impression of the exterior of The Barley Mow pub

9. Sip exquisitely created cocktails at Mr Fogg’s Apothecary, quirkily decked out with old grandfather clocks, wooden apothecary cabinets, and portraits of scientists, botanists and pharmacistsFind the bar on Brook Street opposite Claridge’s hotel.

Address: Mr Fogg’s Apothecary, 34 Brook Street, Mayfair, London W1K 5DN.

Walking distance from Bond Street station: Mr Fogg’s Apothecary is a four-minute walk from Bond Street station.

The bar with tall seats at Mr. Fogg's Apothecary

Hotels near Bond Street station

10. Book a stay at iconic five-star hotel The Connaught where you can enjoy picture-perfect cakes at The Connaught Patisserie; feast on afternoon tea at Jean-Georges at The Connaught; sip cocktails in the art-filled Red Room; and indulge in three Michelin star dining at Hélène Darroze.

Address: The Connaught, Carlos Place, London W1K 2AL

Walking distance from Bond Street station: The Connaught is an 11-minute walk from Bond Street station.

The exterior of The Connaught hotel with yellow awning and a water feature

11. Enjoy a dose of old-world luxury with a stay at The Beaumont, where highlights include a jazz age afternoon tea, a Hemingway-inspired drink and a New York-style grill restaurant.

Address: The Beaumont, 8 Balderton St, Brown Hart Gardens, London W1K 6TF

Walking distance from Bond Street station: The Beaumont is a 10-minute walk from Bond Street station.

A restaurant with three lights overhead and green pictures on the wall in the background

12. Expect opulent rooms and brasserie-style dining at The Biltmore Mayfair, located in leafy Grosvenor Square.

Address: The Biltmore Mayfair, 44 Grosvenor Square, London W1K 2HP.

Walking distance from Bond Street station: A 10-minute walk from Bond Street station.

The inside of Cafe Biltmore with dripping florals and tables covered in white tablecloths