19 Wonderful Reasons To Meander Around Marylebone

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Oh Mar-le-bone (Marri-le-bone? Mary-le-bon?), your name baffles us but your streets bewitch us, and here are a few reasons why…

 

1. You can take a seat on, and drink out of, artwork at Daisy Green 

Sweet ✨

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International street artist Shuby helped design the interior and exterior of this aussie-style café, including a range of ‘Your Banana Needs You’ colourful deckchairs and cups.

 

2. Or visit the world-famous address of 221b Baker Street

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Elementary!

 

3. You can find a family-run Corsican pizzeria in amongst the most stylish streets of London

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[Sandy’s Corsican Pizzas via Facebook]
Try the gruyere-cheese-topped, melt-in-your-mouth Corsican pizza called ‘habibi’, which is arabic for bae…

 

4. Or head to a talk at Daunt Books

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Coming up are authors Mick Herron, Keggie Carew and Tracy Chevalier.

 

5. You can try a restaurant where fridges brim with 14 year Rubia Gallega, ‘Galician Blond’
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[Lurra via twitter]

Not just for meat-eaters, Lurra also offer a whole grilled Turbot with Txakoli sauce… #gains #protein #feeds #aesthetic.

 

6. While keeping one eye on the road for the gorgeous vintage cars

 

7. You can attend a free yoga class on Sunday mornings at Lululemon 

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8. And enjoy a spot of classical music in the renaissance stylings of Wigmore Hall

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9. Stop and stare at the wonders of St James’ Roman Catholic Church

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10. And taste some truffle fettucine at Bernardi’s, where they make the pasta from scratch

 

11. Or head to the Cabbages and Frocks market for retro and vintage fashion and some delectable fare

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It’s on the cobbles of St Marylebone Parish Church grounds every Saturday 11am to 5pm…

 

12. Expand your knowledge of the strong stuff at a whisky tasting at Cadenhead’s
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[Cadenhead’s via Facebook]
13. Or stroll to The Gate for a vegetarian brunch
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[The gate vegetarian restaurant via facebook]

It’s never to early for one (or two) of their Jalapeño Margaritas…

 

14. There’s always time for good old pint at a good old British Pub

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[The Portman via facebook]

 

15. Or a wander round the latest free exhibition at The Wallace Collection

 

16. Find a (more alcoholic) real-life version of Austen’s Red Room at Seymour’s Parlour
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[The Zetter Townhouse via Facebook]
17. Or take a ride on a ‘Carousel’ at this ever-changing restaurant

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No two days are the same with their ever changing open kitchen, workshops and exhibits. This month there’s a Paper Flower Workshop with Pom Pom Factory, Terrarium Workshop, life drawing and much more. Plus Akané Monavon in the kitchen up & coming painter Jo Kernon on display upstairs…

 

18. Make sure not to head off before peeking inside the world famous shops along Bond Street

Window shopping is advisory…

 

19. And ending the day with a glass of one of the 285 wines on offer at Vinoteca

Because why not? 

 

(Feature Image: annespressoaday via Instagram)

 

Abbie Moujaes

Abbie Moujaes

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