Feel A Connection

Cosmopolitan capital meets a sense of community, and smart meets bohemian, in a place that is uniquely, distinctly itself within the city.

Shop in a host of small local boutiques or at large-scale shopping destinations like Westfield White City. Walk and explore streets that make up a rich urban fabric, yet in no time be amongst some of the best open spaces in the capital from renowned parks to hidden gems.

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Cafe Culture

Brunch cafés serving customer favourites like smashed avocado on sourdough with poached eggs, kale and chilli, and diners where staff know the names and orders of regulars, this is a taste explorer’s heaven. You’ll also find wellbeing cafés serving up vegan, gluten-free and sugar-free dishes for deliciously guilt-free dining.

Little Venice

With tranquil towpaths lined with moored boats to tiny islets and puppet barge theatres, this is secret London yet close to home. The award-winning Canal Café Theatre is found on the edge of the Regent’s Canal, the fringe venue known for comedy and cabaret and theatre and for launching some of today’s biggest comedy names.

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Open Air Theatre

The Open Air Theatre productions in Regent’s Park is a firm fixture on the capital’s summer calendar, and at The Brick you are well-placed to enjoy performances as the stars come out on balmy summer evenings. Sit back for Shakespeare plays like Midsummer Night’s Dream and for family-friendly shows transporting you to worlds of myths and legends.

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Electric Cinema

The Electric Cinema is a landmark in the locality, and in a world of multiplexes offers a different way to experience a film night - or Sunday afternoon screening. You can chill on sofas and armchairs, and enjoy waiter service while you are watching a film from the Electric’s eclectic programme from Oscar-winners to world cinema independents.

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Couveture & The Garbstore

A three storey house of fashion and much more, the Couveture and the Garbstore emporium layers womenswear, menswear, accessories and homeware departments from the basement upwards. Discover newly emerging and independent labels and talent together with cult, international labels, as well as limited edition collaborations and exclusive products in the curated collection of this concept store.

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Portobello Market

Your local market of Portobello Road is also the must-see for visitors from across the world, where over 1,000 dealers sell not just antiques but vintage, retro and the collectible. There’s great food too with stalls like Une Normande a Londres selling artisan cheeses, charcuterie, and preserves from across France.

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7 Saints

Right in the heart of Notting Hill and part of the quarter’s dynamic and diverse dining scene, 7 Saints combines talent honed at the smartest Mayfair dining spots with founder James Gummer’s former maitre-d’ experience at the Wolseley, with a modern menu of seasonal dishes, all in a relaxed, cosy restaurant on All Saints Road.

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