The Howard de Walden Estate strengthens F&B offer in Marylebone Village

Marylebone Village to welcome four new F&B occupiers and has further diversified the retail offer – with Parisian shoe designer Bobbies and LA fashion brand Frame 

Marylebone Village is set to add an exciting selection of food & beverage and retail brands to the occupier line-up over the coming weeks – to include Bayley & Sage, Granger & Co, Lina Stores, Cavita, Bobbies and Frame.

Together the signings attest to the continued confidence in bricks and mortar retail and further strengthens Marylebone Village’s offer.

Further details on each deal are provided below:

  • Jennie Allen, founder of Bayley & Sage deli and generalist store will open in 33-34 Marylebone High Street, bringing her passion for fresh food to the Village. Abode, the complementary homeware brand, will feature in the store
  • Lina Stores restaurant & delicatessen is famous for its fresh handmade pasta, meats, cheeses and antipasti, all imported from Italy. First opened in 1944, it aims to provide diners with an authentic Italian experience. Guests can enjoy dishes in the restaurant and also take away ingredients from its deli to recreate dishes at home. The new Marylebone site will cover 5,250 sq ft, set over two floors and will sit in a prime corner location – at the entrance to The Howard de Walden Estate on Marylebone Lane
  • Australian chef Bill Granger will open Granger & Co restaurant at 105 Marylebone High Street in July, offering customers all-day dining, spread over 3,000 sq ft
  • Cavita opened in May – Mexican chef Adriana Cavita’s first solo restaurant, which spans 4,000 sq ft at 56-60 Wigmore Street and will include their basement Mezcal bar, Mayahuel, set to open in the coming weeks
  • Parisian footwear designer, Bobbies, is set to open its inaugural UK store, covering 1,200 sq ft, on 7th July at 102 Marylebone High Street
  • The Los Angeles fashion brand FRAME, which was founded in 2012, has signed on an 1,800 sq ft flagship site at 94 Marylebone High Street, the prominent corner unit. It is set to open its doors in autumn

Jenny Casebourne Retail & Leisure Director at The Howard de Walden Estate, commented: “The first half of 2022 has been incredibly busy for Marylebone Village, we are proud to have built the occupier mix further, bolstering the F&B offer with four new names and selecting a fashion and footwear brand to enhance the retail mix.

“These six deals are indicative of returning confidence across the market.”

Jennie Allen, Founder of Bayley & Sage, commented: “We have wanted to join this lovely and special part of London for some time now and are delighted we can open a store on Marylebone High Street. We pride ourselves on being an integral part of the communities across London and hope to develop the very same with our new Marylebone Village store over the years to come.”

 

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