New openings in Marylebone Village

Exciting new openings in Marylebone Village and brands to look out for.


Bayley & Sage
Deli and generalist store Bayley & Sage are now open at 33-34 Marylebone High Street, offering the best of the season’s fruit, vegetables, meat and cheese. Whatever you’re shopping for, Bayley & Sage products reflect the best of the season whether it is fruit, vegetables, meat or cheese, or the delicious seasonal dishes prepared in their kitchens. Expect the finest charcuterie and cold meats from Britain and Europe, rich pâtés, beautiful olives from across the continent, and a wide selection of antipasti and accompaniments. Among their store-cupboard offering you’ll find specialist pasta, olive oils from across Europe, beautiful balsamic and sherry vinegars, and all the essentials of a well-stocked kitchen if you enjoy home cooking! Head downstairs to explore their homeware section, with accessories to elevate your living space, recipe books, serving plates and more!

33-34 Marylebone High St, London W1U 4PU
Established in 2010 by Parisian design duo Antoine and Alexis, Bobbies is a Parisian fashion brand specialising in unique, iconic and quality crafted footwear. Passionate about style and comfort, the label crafts by hand using a carefully chosen selection of Italian leathers. Combining bright colours and energetic designs with original details and impeccable finishing touches, Bobbies brings a refreshed approach to old classics. Bobbies are set to open this July.

102 Marylebone High St, London W1U 4RN
Earlier this summer, Adriana Cavita opened her first UK solo project in Marylebone Village; a traditional Mexican restaurant named Cavita built around the knowledge acquired from her travels. Cavita encompasses food traditions from all over Mexico, from the capital, where Adriana was born, across to Oaxaca and the Yucatan. In the restaurant’s basement you can find Mayahuel Mezcalería, a secret mezcal bar serving signature cocktails including the Cavita Margarita and a huge range of sipping mezcals. Both the restaurant and bar are now open for bookings at 56 Wigmore Street.

56 Wigmore St, London W1U 2RZ
Granger & Co
Australian all-day dining restaurant Granger & Co is now open at 105 Marylebone High Street. Dine in a laid back setting, be greeted with warm hospitality and be spoilt for choice with their impressive broad-ranging menu. Like Granger & Co’s other London restaurants, the ricotta hotcakes continue to be the signature dish among other flavourful plates (including their iconic eggs); it's certainly going to be a popular spot for lunch and weekend brunch.

105 Marylebone High St, London W1U 4RS
JOTT, the French down jacket label, have recently opened their first UK store in Marylebone Village. Founded in the Southern French city of Marseille in 2010, JOTT (the brand is an abbreviation for Just Over The Top) is known for its bright down-filled jackets for men, women and children, that are available in up to 20 colours and displayed in its stores in their accompanying pouches. Visit them at 103 Marylebone High Street to find the perfect coat to keep you warm in the colder months.

103 Marylebone High St, London W1U 4RP
Lina Stores
Lina Stores has opened on the corner of Marylebone Lane and Wigmore Street in June, at the entrance to Marylebone Village. The new location will continue the legacy of Lina Stores, which has been serving Londoners with the best Italian ingredients and products since 1944, and features an all-day dining restaurant, delicatessen and bar. The ground floor of the restaurant features an open-theatre kitchen, as well as an open-plan delicatessen offering a variety of new salads, panini, fresh pasta and, pizzette to eat in or take away. On the lower-ground floor, the main restaurant continues, offering a more intimate setting where aperitivi and amari are be served from the feature art-déco bar - the perfect spot for a cosy dinner or special occasion.

13-15 Marylebone Ln, London W1U 2NE
London Ski Co.
A one-stop shop for all your ski kit needs, expect brands like Perfect Moment, Goldbergh, Amundsen, We Norwegians, Fusalp and much more amongst London Ski Co.'s range of men’s, women’s and childrenswear. Their new Marylebone Village store has everything you need to stay warm and toast in style on the slopes, as well as accessories – from goggles and gloves to those much-needed thermal layers. Not quite sure what you need? Ask in-store for fitting, styling and guidance on technical matters.

29 Thayer St, London W1U 2QW
O Pioneers
O Pioneers is an independent British clothing label set up by Londoners Clara Francis and Tania Hindmarch in 2019. Unable to find their dream dresses the pair set about designing their own - with a modern take on the elegant, sometimes eccentric, classic English Victoriana style. What began as a small, kitchen table business has blossomed into a cult classic for women who want to be more mindful in their fashion purchases and invest in beautifully crafted, forever pieces. The brand uses cotton Liberty prints to make playful, feminine yet practical garments. All their dresses have pockets and are designed to be worn everyday - not saved for best! The brand is very conscious of keeping carbon footprint to a bare minimum. Their Marylebone Village flagship shop is the one and only place to see and try on the full O Pioneers range.

76 Marylebone Ln, London W1U 2PR
St John
British food institution St John has opened a new restaurant in Marylebone Village. The new space is an all-day eatery that celebrates food and wine in equal measure. Service runs from breakfast through to dinner, starting with their famous doughnuts, granola and poached fruit (all served with champagne), followed by daily changing small plates at lunch. The menu then rolls into dinner which has no set formula, but has specials based on seasons and the ever evolving whims of service.

98 Marylebone Lane, London W1U 2JE
Tracey Neuls
Tracey Neuls founded the hand-crafted women’s footwear brand 20 years ago and has just opened the brand’s flagship store on quintessentially Marylebone Lane. With over 30 collections to date, Neuls is an expert in shoe design. Known for confident sculptural silhouettes, her ethos is 'Good design is something you feel as well as you see.' Believing a store to house artistic shoes should be more like a gallery, Tracey Neuls creates experiential spaces that change from season to season. Shoes are always hung from the ceiling. The swaying of the shoes shows all aspects of the footwear like three-dimensional sculptures which allows them to be experienced in all their beauty. Tracey Neuls new store is a must visit!

78 Marylebone Lane, London W1U 2PW







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