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An Ideal Day In Marylebone

Marylebone has quickly become one of London's most exciting areas. Still maintaining that neighbourhood feel, it's full of exciting new openings, shopping, dining, arts and culture, and an ideal spot for a day out. Historic and chic, here you can enjoy a taste of London’s finest offerings. Care for a spot of afternoon tea? Perhaps London's best coffee shop? London's best art gallery (recently named the world's best "hidden gem") and so much more. Here’s how to spend a day in Marylebone.
Coffee Stop At Hagen
A culture-packed day in London always starts with a great coffee. For one of the best coffees in London, stop by the Danish espresso bar Hagen. A welcoming blue awning welcomes you into the Copenhagen-inspired place where morning espressos are served at the bar – al banco - or as a takeaway.  All coffee blends contain beans sourced from the world’s best independent roasters for premium brews with an old-school sophistication. And if chocolate is calling you, try the oat dark hot chocolate. Your tastes and stomach will be utterly fulfilled.  
82 Marylebone High Street London, W1U 4QW
Open daily, 7am – 6pm
London’s iconic department store Selfridges has remained the best place to shop in the capital for the past one hundred years. For all of the latest collections from the hottest designer brands, Selfridges is the place to go. Inside the Grade II listed building, you’ll find nine floors of beauty, shoes, bags, jewellery and watches. There is also a florist for fresh, seasonal bouquets, a beauty concierge, incredible cafes and restaurants and even a cinema. Located on Oxford Street, London’s shopping hub, it’s just a short walk away from Marylebone. Follow the flurry of yellow bags – you can’t miss it. 
400 Oxford Street, London, W1A 1AB
Perfumer H
As a centre of one of London’s best shopping districts for independent stores, take a wander towards the west of Marylebone to Crawford Street and return with a new scent from Perfumer H. Each perfume is hand poured for a bespoke, exclusive touch. Sleek interiors meet with unique and enchanting scents - an ideal spot for a great home fragrance and candle gifts.
106A Crawford Street, London, W1H 2HZ
La Fromagerie
For a delicious lunch, visit La Fromagerie in Marylebone. La Fromagerie is most well-known as an award-winning cheesemonger, deli and cafe. On Sundays, after passing the farmer's market, make sure to grab a mustard toastie from their stall outside, and otherwise, grab a quick, light lunch or longer weekend brunch with a great selection of London classics on the menu.
2-6 Moxon Street, London, W1U 4EW
Afternoon Tea and Cocktails at Reform Social & Grill, The Mandeville
For the authentic British experience, book an Afternoon Tea at our very own Reform Social & Grill. Here, you’ll be served a delicate and delicious selection of teas and cakes in true British style for the best  Afternoon Tea in London. Here, trays of lemon pound cake, apple turnover, treacle tarts and classic English scones with clotted cream and jam await. This Afternoon Tea experience is a classy and fun way to spend to refresh you after a morning of exploring London.
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Bayley & Sage
The local fresh food retailer Bayley & Sage is a beautiful, traditional food retailer offering the very best of British produce. In the Marylebone store you’ll find produce freshly sourced from local suppliers as well as the best cheese and wine from artisans around the world. This is the best place in London to buy gifts for food lovers back home with the incredible hamper range. Popular hampers include a mixed hamper, a party hosting hamper, a congratulations hamper, and a birthday hamper. The perfect gift for all occasions.
33-34 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4QD
The Wallace Collection
The Wallace Collection remains one of Marylebone’s most prestigious buildings and is one of the best art galleries to visit in London. Voted London's "best hidden gems", there's every good reason to pay a visit. Discover exceptional paintings ranging from classic British painters and antique armour in the permanent collection and contemporary art exhibitions and events throughout the year. This London gallery occupying a former townhouse is one to visit.
Hertford House, Manchester Square, London, W1U 3BN

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84 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4QW