...Places near Hauser & Wirth
“There's more to Savile Row than just fine suits: if you head to this exhibition, be sure to indulge in a culinary treat or two.”
We all know that tourists simultaneously make our city thrive and increase stress levels of anyone trying to get anywhere fast in the West End. So when heading to any exhibition in the area, my advice is generally - if you can't beat them, join them; take in the exhibition but make a trip of it by sampling some of the local delights...
For all day-dining, head to Franco's on Jermyn Street or Napket on Piccadilly. For Afternoon Tea, Brown's and The Ritz are of course renowned, and members of Morton's on Berkeley Square should definitely indulge in the art-inspired Art-Noon Tea. For a sharpener, no trip to the area would be complete without a Martini at Duke's Bar and the bar at Nobu Berkeley Street offers spectacular cocktails throughout the evening to a buzzing crowd of suits. Sumosan and Nobu will keep sushi-lovers happy, Gaucho will mark the special occasion with flamboyance and fun, and sketch will keep things suitable artistic. You could reward yourself by eating too much at Automat, treat yourself to some romance at Babbo, or why not indulge in an aphrodisiac or two at the oyster bar at Bentley's? What would your mother say?!
Nobu Berkeley Street