Eight ways to celebrate Easter weekend

Get ready for Easter weekend with Marylebone Village.

Easter is a family affair; it’s all about spending quality time with our loved ones, feasting and (hopefully!) enjoying the first of the spring sunshine. In Marylebone Village, we’ve got a whole variety of delicious independent restaurants, delis and chocolatiers for all budgets and age ranges, with plenty to keep you entertained over the four day weekend. Falling from 15-18 April this year, a late Easter means longer afternoons for al-fresco cocktails too! 

Luxe chocolates from Rococo
Artisan British chocolatier Rococo Chocolates is the place for an Easter gift. Their Sea Salt Milk Chocolate Easter Eggs and praline-filled quail eggs fly off the shelves, but it’s equally delightful for little ones too. Rococo’s multi-coloured ‘hunting bunny’ eggs are the ideal thing to stock up on for the ultimate egg hunt with all the family.

3 Moxon St, London W1U 4EP
Home cooked roast from The Ginger Pig
Take the stress out of a big easter gathering and pre-order a meat centrepiece from The Ginger Pig so you don’t have to worry about it. Opt for a slow roast a lamb shoulder on the bone for flavourful, melt-in-the-mouth meat, a delicate rack of lamb with a fresh herb crust, or go all out with a côte de boeuf for those who prefer beef.

8-10 Moxon St, London W1U 4EW
Easter tablescapes from Caravane
Get inspiration to spruce up your home for Spring with this delightful Parisian concept store Caravane on New Cavendish Street. From elegant tableware for the dining room to bright and colourful accessories for the living room, Caravane’s Marylebone store is bursting with greens and yellows at this time of year.

38-40 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 8UD
Refresh your home with Little Greene
On the subject of home décor, why not embrace the changing seasons and make the most of the four day Bank Holiday to inject new colour into your life with a little DIY project? The Little Greene Paint Company’s ‘Intelligent Masonry Paint’ achieves a wonderfully long-lasting matt finish on brick, stone or rendered walls.

3 New Cavendish St, London W1G 8UX
Cheese platter from La Fromagerie
If someone else is hosting you for an Easter lunch, “I’ll bring the cheese” is a classic contribution to the day’s feasting. Spoil your hosts with a selection of goodies from Marylebone’s much loved La Fromagerie, and make life easy with a gift-wrapped Easter Cheese Board. You can also pick up crackers, bread and even artisanal Easter bunnies here.

2-6 Moxon St, London W1U 4EW
Explore Daunt Books
If Easter for you is about curling with a good book over the two bank holiday days and having some well-deserved rest time, then Daunt Books is the destination you need. Peruse their gorgeous selection of books at leisure, then pick out a page-turner and switch off your phone for a while.

84 Marylebone High St, London W1U 4QW
Rooftop cocktails at Orrery
Sometimes, Easter really does feel like the start of summer - a time filled with al-fresco dining and rooftop bars. If the weather allows, you’ll find a haven of beautiful flowers in bloom, a floral-themed cocktail menu and delicious light bites for dining at Orrery in the heart of Marylebone, perfect for seeing in the weekend.

55 Marylebone High St, London W1U 5RB
Sunday lunch at The Coach Makers Arms
Let someone else take care of the cooking and washing up, as you enjoy a delicious Sunday Roast courtesy of The Coach Makers Arms. For a traditional Easter roast with all the trimmings this Victorian pub is well up to the mark, recently featuring in the Good Pub Guide as Britain’s Top 30 Pubs.

88 Marylebone Ln, London W1U 2PZ

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