From glamorous cocktail bars to Instagram-famous restaurants, Mayfair is awash with go-to spots for the fashion crowd to gather.
Fashionable places in Mayfair
See and be seen at these fashionable restaurants, cafes and bars in Mayfair.
14th September 2023
Pasticceria Marchesi 1824
Follow the fashion crowd to Pasticceria Marchesi 1824, owned by luxury Italian fashion house Prada. Find patisserie galore at this plush pastry shop on elegant Mount Street, the only London outpost of one of Milan’s oldest and finest pastry shops. Renowned for its patisserie, signature chocolates and classic Panettone, this is the place to go for a sweet treat in plush surrounds.
London Fashion Week Afternoon Tea at The Biltmore
The Biltmore Mayfair have teamed up with Malone Souliers to bring you a fashion-themed afternoon tea to celebrate London Fashion Week. Available throughout September, The London Fashion Week Afternoon Tea at The Biltmore‘s tea lounge features sweet and savoury treats alongside a cup of freshly brewed cup of tea, and an optional celebratory glass of champagne. Executive pastry chef Norihito Muranaka has taken inspiration from some of Malone Soulier’s best-loved designs, including the classic Maureen shoe and the beautiful Divine handbag. Afternoon tea costs £80, or £95 with a glass of champagne. Book Now
The Red Room at The Connaught
See and be seen at the art-filled Red Room, which is tucked behind a velvet-curtained doorway of the The Connaught hotel’s Champagne Room. The bar showcases a collection of red-coloured artworks by female artists, including I Am Rouge by Louise Bourgeois and a photographic piece by Trina McKillen. The striking design-led interior includes a pink onyx bar and a red-flecked marble fireplace.
A must for seafood fans, fashionistas will also love the interior eye candy at Mayfair restaurant Saltie Girl, sited on foodie hub North Audley Street. Established in Boston in 2016, Saltie Girl is renowned for its sustainable and high-quality oysters, lobster, caviar, tinned fish and creative cocktails. On the menu are Saltie Girl classics including New England lobster roll, whole fried seabass and fried lobster and waffles. Unique for the London restaurant are monkfish and dover sole. The restaurant also serves one of the largest tinned fish collections currently seen in a restaurant globally. The tinned fish is served alongside French bread, butter and a trio of salts.
Dine out in style at Mercato Mayfair, an Italian food hall housed within a deconsecrated church. Located in Mayfair’s foodie quarter North Audley Street, Mercato Mayfair can be found near Selfridges and Bond Street station on the Elizabeth line. Tucked inside a beautifully preserved grade I listed building, the plant-filled food hall is an Instagrammer’s dream thanks to its huge stained-glass windows, atmospheric crypts, soaring columns and grand archways.
This hidden gem food hall houses two floors of worldwide cuisine, along with a tranquil rooftop terrace, wine cellar and community space. Serving up everything from dim sum to homemade pasta, all dishes are created using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Bacchanalia is a hit with the fashion crowd thanks to its showstopping interiors and flamboyant food.
Curated by Caprice Holdings’ chairman Richard Caring, the epic restaurant’s spectacular dining room features four Damien Hirst statues, hand-painted ceiling murals and 2000-year-old Greek and Roman artworks.
Taking centre stage is Gary Myatt’s floor-to-ceiling interpretation of Romans In Their Decadence, so there’s plenty to fill your Instagram feed.
Set over five floors of a London townhouse on Carlos Place, Matches is a fashion temple dedicated to creative thinking, innovative installations and tailored edits. The luxury store is a renowned haven for fashion lovers and style connoisseurs who always want to keep up with the latest trends.