Eight ways to embrace autumn in Marylebone Village

Autumnal activities to enjoy in Marylebone Village.

As the evenings draw in and the weather becomes more crisp, it is clear that summer has stepped aside for the arrival of autumn. From must-try seasonal dishes to wardrobe essentials and tips on how to refresh your home, we’ve come up with eight ways to embrace this season of transition.

Visit the weekend farmers market
The Marylebone farmers market is open every Sunday from 10am-2pm in Marylebone Village, offering an array of fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as a selection of meat and fish. As the seasons change, there’s always something new to find. From blackberries and apples, to leeks and cauliflower, fruit and vegetables harvested at this time of year are perfect for home-made hearty stews, bakes and soups to warm you up during these colder months.

Aybrook St, Marylebone, London W1U 4DF
Stock up on Halloween treats from Rococo Chocolates
British chocolatier Rococo Chocolates have curated a collection of autumnal treats, ideal for movie nights at home, snug evening dinner parties, Halloween and bonfire celebrations. Get into the spirit of Halloween with ‘A Smashing of Pumpkins’; milk chocolate pumpkins, filled with smooth hazelnut praline.

3 Moxon St, Marylebone, London W1U 4EP
Indulge in a Sunday roast from The Coach Makers Arms
There’s nothing quite like rounding off your weekend with a delicious roast, and it’s even better when the cooking and clearing up is taken care of. The Coach Makers Arms is Marylebone Village’s go-to spot for a Sunday roast. This beautiful Victorian pub uses the best locally sourced produce and boasts a beautiful dining space to relax in with family and friends.

88 Marylebone Ln, Marylebone, London W1U 2PZ
Enjoy a weekend brunch at Granger & Co
Check out Marylebone Village’s newest foodie hotspot, Aussie all-day-dining restaurant Granger & Co. The ricotta hotcakes with banana and honeycomb butter is their signature dish (and well worth trying), among other flavourful dishes including their iconic sweetcorn fritters.

105 Marylebone High St, London W1U 4RS
Wrap up in sustainable knitwear from TOAST
Invest in sustainable, quality knitwear that will keep you warm throughout the colder seasons. TOAST is committed to supporting and sustaining traditional textile techniques and craftsmanship. They collaborate with artisans from around the world to create original fabrics and handmade, timeless pieces that last.

44 Marylebone High St, Marylebone, London W1U 5HF
Pamper yourself at Margaret Dabbs London
The Margaret Dabbs London flagship store on New Cavendish Street, will keep you looking groomed and polished throughout autumn and beyond with their signature nail spa treatments, as well as their range of medical pedicures and podiatry. They have a wide selection of luxury, results-driven products available to shop in-store, so you can practice self care at home too.

7 New Cavendish St, Marylebone, London W1G 8UU
Refresh your home with accessories from Bayley & Sage
Bayley & Sage offer the best of the season’s fruit, vegetables, meat and cheese. Head downstairs and you’ll discover their stunning homeware section, with accessories to elevate your living and dining space, recipe books, serving plates and more. They also offer a selection of candles and diffusers to fragrance your home, including a signature ‘Marylebone Village’ scent!

33-34 Marylebone High St, London W1U 4PT
Get stuck into a new read from Daunt Books
Make the most of cosy afternoons at home or tucked away in your favourite coffee shop, getting lost in a new book. Housed in an original Edwardian building with long oak galleries and graceful skylights, Daunt Books is stacked from floor to ceiling with fiction, non-fiction, travel guides, cook books and everything in between.

83 Marylebone High St, Marylebone, London W1U 4QW