A stone’s throw from Bond Street station, South Molton Street connects the elegance of Mayfair with the bustle of Oxford Street. Ideal for a coffee, lunch or dinner break when shopping or sightseeing, we’ve rounded up the best of the pedestrianised road’s eateries.


Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or an after-work cocktail on the agenda, Everbean is our go-to choice. A coffee shop by day and a cosy wine bar in the evenings, this buzzy eatery is a must-visit for a spot of post-shopping relaxation.

Everbean, 30 Avery Row, London W1K 4BB

Brooks Mews Wine Bar

If you’re looking for a post-work or shopping drink and nibbles, Brooks Mews Wine Bar is a must-visit. The long-desired wine shop, bar and lounge on 24 Brooks Mews is the latest addition to Mayfair wine scene. Located in a creatively converted old carriage workshop in a picturesque mews just moments from South Molton Street and spanning over two floors with seating outside as well as over 36 socially distanced seats in a spacious mezzanine lounge, this is the ideal location to relax and enjoy a well-deserved beverage.

Brooks Mews Wine Bar, 24 Brook’s Mews, London W1K 4EA

Jak’s Mayfair

Situated in a quirky townhouse in the heart of London, Jak’s Mayfair features four floors of hospitality each with its own unique theme. The popular venue is open seven days a week and has become a favourite with both locals and tourists, as well as being one of London’s most-loved event spaces. From a cocktail bar on the lower ground floor, to a café and kitchen on the ground, a first floor restaurant and two drinks spaces on the second floor, there’s something to suit every situation at Jak’s.

Jak’s Mayfair, 43 South Molton Street, London W1K 5RS