It’s unique identity, offers both renowned, independent brands and one-off concept stores alongside incredible restaurants, bars and cafés. Creativity and a rich history runs through the cobbled streets; Newburgh Street, Marshall Street, Ganton Street, Foubert’s Place, Lowndes Court and Marlborough Court.
Those with a fashion-conscious mind will love the mix of iconic brands and independent stores. Well-dressed gents can enjoy bespoke tailoring from Mark Powell. Dapper dressers, head to Fred Perry, C.P Company, RRL, Aubin and Barbour stores. Urban menswear boutique American Classics provides iconic vintage brands to shoppers along with stories galore about their long list of famous shoppers. Don’t forget some new shoes from Red Wing Shoes and Red Wing Women's Shoes.
For brands with signature styles, Newburgh Quarter is home to some of the hottest independent labels, including the London flagship stores of Lazy Oaf, Billionaire Boys Club and Soho Scooters. Annie's Ibiza encapsulates the meaning of vibrant, with collections ranging from colourful sequin dresses to sunshine yellow faux fur coats, this shop is a must-visit.
Of course, there’s more to Newburgh Quarter than clothing - lifestyle and accessories brands, such as contemporary spectacle store Cubitts. For jewellery find handcrafted creations from Mor, or iconic rock and roll rings from The Great Frog. If you're in the market for a new piercing, head to Metal Morphosis and choose from a wide selection of titanium and sterling silver body jewellery.
After shopping, schedule some self-care with the help of the health, hair and beauty salons in the area. Stop by Johnny's Chop Shop retro barber for a fresh fade or experience a refreshing laser facial at Skin Laundry. Award winning KLORIS has moved in with their 100% natural and environmentally friendly CBD products which are used in leading luxury spa’s around the globe. Now you can enjoy that spa feeling at home. Make sure you don't miss premium wet-shaving brand, MÜHLE's first ever UK store on Newburgh Street, packed full of high-quality shaving products and skincare sets with a basement treatment space opening this winter offering men's grooming services.
From light lunches to nights out, Newburgh Quarter offers a varied selection of food and drink. For after work frinks, head to traditional English pubs The White Horse or The Shashton Arms, or for a bite to eat, why not try our stumbling experts at Ugly Dumpling. If you are looking for a glass of wine with your meal then wine bar and restaurant, Antitode or Kua'Aina are great too. In need of a caffeine fix? Why not try the Department of Coffee & Social Affairs' iced oat latte, a fan favourite. If you're a fan of ramen, Kanada-Ya is your one-stop-shop for a tasty ramen with a side of Korean fried chicken.
Our latest restaurant addition Zahter brings classic Turkish cuisine with countertop and alfresco seating dining options. INO is serving up the incredible Greek-inspired food in Newburgh Street. We love the octopus taco or the jacked eel potato with bacon butter, white enjoying a crisp glass of traditional Greek wine.
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