A calm and cosmopolitan part of town
Sitting in the window of La Fromagerie on a Sunday morning, sipping coffee and watching the world go by – there is nowhere in London quite like Marylebone. This part of the capital still feels like the village it was 400 years ago. There is a cosmopolitan buzz, a creative vibe and also a mesmerising calmness.
You can be zipping across town on your bike for a day in the City or an evening out, as well as jumping on the train for a weekend in the Cotswolds. You feel in town but somehow just on the edge.
A wonderful place to call home
Every Londoner loves Daunt Books, The Conran Shop, Jane Packer Flowers and Chiltern Firehouse but there are some lesser known gems that locals try to keep to themselves. Our local agent, tatiana gives her top tips:
First coffee ☕️
Before anything can really start, wherever I am and whatever day of the week, I need coffee. Good coffee. Boxcar is my go to place. I grab a seat in the window, catch up on the news and my emails and soak up the relaxed vibes to prepare me for the day ahead.
I started practicing yoga several years ago and it has changed my life. I’m happier, healthier and prepared for any challenge. Indaba yoga studio has become my sanctuary and I love nothing more than starting the day with a power hour from 0730.
The Grazing Goat
This ticks all of my evening boxes – it’s fab for a cocktail with friends, and it is a lovely setting for supper with family. The food is great, the vibe is relaxed and the people are so friendly.
- Stores: Waitrose during the week and the Sunday Framers market
- Pubs: The Grazing Goat
- Walks: A short stroll to Regents Park and Primrose Hill