Monthly Archives: May 2013

If you’re a regular Mayfair reader. You may remember our recent blog about the new campaign from Flemings Mayfair. They put the prestigious district back on the Monopoly board. Well, the campaign certainly seems to be gathering steam, and has already garnered some high profile support. Mark Field, MP for Cities of London and Westminster, has […]

SHH Architects have gained permission from Westminster Council to transform a 1960s office. Located on Park Place in Mayfair, into a striking black-fronted residential property. The building, which is part of the St James’s Conservation Area, will feature Fairface black brick. With charcoal pointing, polished granite for the window portals, and charcoal black zinc for […]

Chocoholics rejoice – you have another great reason to visit the marvellous district of Mayfair. In honour of the launch of the stage production of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Next month, The Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel has created a very special ‘Charlie and the Chesterfield’ afternoon tea. The hotel’s exclusive […]

If you’ve taken a stroll along New Bond Street recently. You may have noticed a rather captivating statue on your travels. This sculpture is one of the most iconic permanent features in Mayfair. Many of the residents and visitors in the area don’t know why it’s there, or what it represents. An artist with dual nationality. […]

Luke Thomas may only be 19 years old, but he’s already trained alongside a number of Michelin-starred chefs. He worked at locations as prestigious as The Fat Duck and the seven-star Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai. Launching an exciting pop-up restaurant. However, Luke’s latest endeavour brings him back to London. He is launching an […]

Mayfair is an area that is already known for its restaurants. From popular celebrity haunts like Nobu to exciting dining experiences like Galvin at Windows. There is plenty on offer to pleasure all palates. However, Brown’s Hotel on Albermarle Street has added an interesting new option into the mix. With a Victorian themed menu at its […]

It’s that wonderfully sunny time of year when you can visit your nearest pub garden. Or fling open the doors to your patio and sit outside to enjoy a beverage or two. In Mayfair, you’ll find an array of bars and pubs with outdoor seating. As well as a great little winery called Jeroboams where […]

Margaret Thatcher has dominated newspaper headlines since passing away from a stroke on 8th April 2013 at the age of 87. However, it seems that her legacy will live in on more way than one – not just because of her controversial politics, but also because of her iconic hairstyle. Requests for ‘The Thatcher’. In […]

This week brings good news for all Mayfair-bound shoe fanatics. The designs for a new Jimmy Choo men’s flagship store have been released, with a whole host of exciting features in their midst. Men’s footwear and accessories. The new offering will span an impressive 1,200 square feet across two floors, with a bold, beautiful red […]