A Brief Guide To Belgravia
Now that the doors are open to our latest London pop-up, we’ve created a guide to help you navigate
your way through the hot spots of the Belgravia neighbourhood.
With a history dating back to the 1860s, Elizabeth Street is home to a number of independent stores and
eateries, spilling out into the surrounding Belgravia neighbourhood. Offering
everything from age-old antiques to quirky stationary, picture-perfect cupcakes
and classic cocktails.
Spend an afternoon walking the traditional Victorian streets whilst checking out our favourite spots, all within comfortable walking-distance of our newest pop-up location…
London’s oldest perfumery has become the go-to place for
those in search of their signature scent. Away from the hustle and bustle of
department store beauty counters, Les Senteurs is beautifully curated to take
customers on a fragrance journey.
Once home to a Victorian pub, The Cambridge Street Kitchen
is a reimagined café-cum-restaurant, tucked away in the winding streets of
Pimlico. Enjoy a leisurely bottomless brunch complete with (almost) endless supplies of Bloody Marys, prosecco and Bellinis.
Interiors inspiration: Howe
From dealing antiques to creating his own stunning designs,
Christopher Howe’s store is a treasure trove for furniture
fans. Think Aladdin's cave meets kitsch car-boot, the mix of original wares with eclectic one-offs make it worth a visit – if only for some interior inspiration.
Not only is the pastel pink exterior of Peggy Porchen’s a feast for the eyes, but the treats inside are as equally delicious (and Instagram worthy). Their Autumn menu is due to drop any day now, and if it's anywhere near as delightful as the summer selection, we'll definitely be paying them a visit (or two)...
A self-declared 'pet outfitters', Mungo & Maud is up there with the quirkier stores on Elizabeth Street. However, their minimalist range of pet accessories is a refreshing change to the garish pooch products so often on offer. Never has a pet store been so sophisticated.
Be it coffee or nightcap, brunch or
bar snack, No.11 provides the perfect setting for a relaxed evening out. If, like us, you're looking to make summer extend well into September, try the Watermelon Frosé - the cocktail equivalent of an alcoholic slush puppy!
A nail bar with an actual bar? Count us in. At London Grace
order a glass of fizz whilst your fingers and toes are polished to perfection. Indulge
in a bit of ‘me time’ or reserve a treatment table for a group pamper session –
either way you’ll leave feeling fresh.
This shabby-chic gastropub in Pimlico
uses local ingredients to serve up the best of rustic British food. Decked out with vintage wooden tables, stripped
oak floors and old-school French travel posters, the nostalgic atmosphere feels almost like a home away from home.
If you're in the area, make sure to visit our pop up - read more here!