From dining alfresco to shopping for designer spring fashion pieces, we round up the best things to do this spring in Mayfair.

Spring shopping in Mayfair

Find your perfect hat at 'Chapeau!' on Mount Street, an exclusive hat pop-up running from 1 to 29 May. Curated by esteemed milliners from The British Hat Guild, this month-long pop-up will celebrate British craftsmanship, featuring the exquisite work of more than 10 big-name milliners, including Stephen Jones. Learn more about Chapeau! 

Address: 9 Mount St, London W1K 3NG

A woman wearing a huge pink hat covered in pink flowers
Jenny Packham

Freshen up your wardrobe for the new season by heading to one of London’s most luxurious shopping destinations: Mount Street near Green Park and Bond Street tube stations. Mount Street hero brands include Jenny Packham, Oscar de la Renta, Moynat, Simone Rocha and many more. 

Address: Mount Street, London W1K 3NY. 

Immerse yourself in a thoughtfully curated world of designer fashion and fine jewellery  at Browns flagship on Brook Street, a four-floor boutique housed within a grade II listed building. Personal shoppers are also available to help create key looks for the season.  

Address: Browns, 39 Brook Stret, Lodnon W1K 4JE. 

Browns Brook Street

Spring wellness

Skincare products in white and green bottles

Treat your skin to some post-winter TLC with spring beauty products from Mayfair's top brands. Shop for anti-ageing serums from Dr. Barbara Sturm; restorative skincare products from Omorovicza; and sustainable, natural moisturisers at Bamford

Addresses: Dr. Barbara Sturm, 125 Mount Street, London W1K 3NS
Omorovicza, 60 South Audley Street, W1K 2QW 
Bamford, 62 South Audley Street, W1K 2QN. 

Unwind with a massage, facial or hammam treatment at The Beaumont spa, which boasts a gym, sauna and steam room in an Art Deco setting. Packages include the 2.5-hour Beaumont Haven, which includes a foot ritual, body scrub, massage and facial, followed by afternoon tea and champagne in Gatsby’s Room. 

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

The Beaumont Spa interior
exterior of shop

Indulge in a luxurious bespoke blow-dry or up-do at Four London, the go-to destination for all of your hair colour and styling needs. The salon also offers manicures, pedicures, facials and eyebrow treatments. New for 2024, Four is also adding an eyelash service to its menu of beauty treatments. 

Address: Four London, 73 Duke Street, London W1K 5NP

Recharge your batteries with sought-after spa treatments at Dr Barbara Sturm, including anti-ageing facials, adult acne facials, teen acne facials, revitalizing scalp massages and body massages. 

Address: Dr. Barbara Sturm, 125 Mount St, London W1K 3NS

Spring food and drink

H.R. Higgins

Grab an artisan coffee from Hideaway on Mount Street or H.R. Higgins on Duke Street. 

Addresses: Hideaway London, 100 Mount Street, London W1K 2TG. 
H.R. Higgins, 79 Duke Street, London W1K 5AS. 

Start the day on a high with breakfast in Mayfair. Mount St. Restaurant’s breakfast is inspired by London classics, including a traditional full English breakfast, London rarebit and Stepney kipper. The Barley Mow is opening for breakfast from 28 February with classic breakfast dishes. 

Addresses: Mount St. Restaurant, 41-43 Mount Street, London W1K 2RX. 
The Barley Mow, 82 Duke Street, London W1K 6JG

Breakfast at Mount Street Restaurant
Mother's Day at Plants by Deliciously Ella

Enjoy the best of plant-based dining at Plants by Deliciously Ella with healthy sharing plates (think okra fries and sweetcorn fritters) washed down with freshly pressed juices or fresh fruit cocktails, such as a mint julep or an elderflower spritz. 

Address: Plants by Deliciously Ella, 18 Weighhouse St, London W1K 5AH

After shopping for fresh farm products at Mayfair’s Farm Shop, head downstairs to discover its new wine bar, where you can enjoy a glass of wine alongside cheese, charcuterie and sharing plates. 

Address: 64 South Audley St, London W1K 2QT

The exterior of Farm Shop with its green and white awning
Sunday roast with cocktails

Enjoy Sunday lunch at The Twenty Two, where you can choose from chicken, lamb or Aberdeen Angus beef served with Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese and seasonal vegetables. Pair with a Bloody Mary for the ultimate Sunday afternoon treat. Available from midday to 3pm in the restaurant. 

Address: The Twenty Two, 22 Grosvenor Sq, London W1K 6LF

Kids aged from seven to 12 can enjoy 50-minute food learning sessions on 5 and 12 April at Apricity. Designed to expand children’s palates and knowledge about food, the kids will be led through a tasting session before making a snack to eat with their lunch. 

Address: Apricity, 68 Duke St, London W1K 6JU

A boy and a girl eating plates of food

Sweet treats in Mayfair

The Connaught Patisserie in Mayfair

Expect plenty of indulgent sweet treats at the Connaught Patisserie, which is famous for its Connaught hound. Take away beautifully boxed cakes or treat yourself to an afternoon patisserie with champagne. 

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

Visit Prada-owned pastry shop and cafe Marchesi for its eye-popping selection of pastries, tarts and handmade chocolates. 

Address: Marchesi, 117 Mount St, London W1K 3LA

Spring flowers in Mayfair

Exterior of the Neill Strain florist with a huge flower display

Browse showstopping spring blooms at florists Wild at Heart and Neill Strain Floral Couture, where you can find hand-crafted bouquets for every occasion.  

Addresses: Neill Strain Floral Couture, 8 Davies St, Berkeley Square, London W1K 3DW
Wild at Heart, 1 Weighhouse St, London W1K 5HJ

Alfresco dining in Mayfair

Take a seat on the sun-soaked terrace of one of the many alfresco dining spots in foodie hub North Audley Street, just off Oxford Street and a short stroll from Selfridges, including NACThe Ivy Asia and ROKA.

Address: North Audley Street, London W1K 6ZF

Dine in style while basking in the sun and feasting on seafood at Scott’s on Mount Street, a glamorous and fashionable fish and seafood restaurant, famed as the site of Ian Fleming's discovery of the dry martini "shaken, not stirred". 

Address: Scott's, 20 Mount Street, London W1K 2HE

The outdoor terrace of Scott's with tables with white tablecloths and large plants
The exterior of 34 Mayfair

Enjoy alfresco dining on 34 Mayfair’s leafy covered terrace, where you can tuck into seasonal specials washed down with fine wine and artfully crafted cocktails. 

Address: 34 Mayfair, Grosvenor Sq, S Audley St, London W1K 2HD

Grab a nutritious and flavourful salad from the ever-popular The Salad Kitchen and then eat it a short walk away in leafy Brown Hart Gardens, a hidden gem just off Oxford Street.

Address: The Salad Kitchen, 28 Avery Row, London W1K 4AZ

Spring art exhibitions in Mayfair

See a new series of paintings by renowned Colombian artist Santiago Parra at his exhibition Spark of Fire at the JD Malat gallery. The new paintings feature the artist’s signature use of black acrylic paint on raw, unprimed canvas. 7 March to 6 April, 2024

Address: JD Malat, Claridge House, 30 Davies St, London W1K 4NB

The exterior of the JD Malat gallery
An art installation showing a rectangle of pink neon with wooden beams

Don’t miss Mineral Lick, the debut exhibition of acclaimed Dutch contemporary artist Saskia Noor van Imhoof at GRIMM gallery. The exhibition features sculptural installations examining systems of perception, archiving and archaeology. 29 February to 13 April, 2024.

Address: GRIMM, 2 Bourdon St, London W1K 3PA

See New Paintings by Albert Oehlen at the Gagosian Gallery on Grosvenor Hill, near Green Park station. Oehlen’s paintings are divided, repeated and distorted to conjure new pictoral narratives. 21 March to 11 May, 2024

Address: Gagosian Gallery, 20 Grosvenor Hill London W1K 3QD