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Whistles neighbourhood: Mayfair
An expert guide to our new Central London location.
Walking into this American Brasserie feels like you’ve been transported to old New York. It's no wonder Automat's relaxed, stylish dining experience makes such a popular brunch spot. We highly recommend pre-booking a cosy booth and ordering the macaroni cheese.
33 Dover Street, W1S 4NF
Dover Street Market
Created by Rei Kawakubo, founder of Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons, Dover Street Market is a pioneering concept store that opened in 2006. The space reigns as one of the world's most innovative and interesting luxury fashion stores.
17-18 Dover Street, W1S 4LT
A Mayfair institution - Claridges dazzles with elegance, exuding a truly magical atmosphere. For a slice of its irresistible charm, we recommend booking (in advance) for a legendary sitting of afternoon tea.
55 Brook Street, London, W1K 4HR
Handsomely flanked by the Ritz and Buckingham Palace - its difficult not to be seduced by Green Park’s dreamy London views. Open public space and meandering paths provide a calm pause from the city hustle.
Nearest Tubes, Green Park and Hyde Park Corner
Once a car showroom, this grand café-restaurant serves up power breakfasts on a daily basis to London’s most discerning hedge fund managers, fashion editors and PRs. The restaurant has a majestic interior and makes a great birthday destination.
160 Piccadilly, W1J 9EB
Haunch of Venison
Established in 2002 this contemporary gallery is one of the art scene’s biggest players. Haunch of Venison’s first ever show featured the first female Turner Prize winner Rachel Whiteread. Now owned by Christies, the space is known for its large-scale installations and portfolio of Turner prize nominees.
Haunch of Venison Yard, 103 New Bond Street, W1S 1ST
This traditional shopping arcade was built to house jewellery shops in the mid-19th century. Today, you can still peruse antique diamonds and vintage Rolex timepieces under the watch of Beadles – the smallest private police force in existence, who have been guarding the arcade since 1819.
51 Piccadilly, W1J 0QJ
Lifestyle fashion brand Acne brings their clean Stockholm aesthetic to Mayfair. Selling both mens and womens clothes and accessories with a specialism in denim.
Dover Street London, W1S 4LN
Royal Academy of Arts
This historic institution regularly hosts some of London's best-selling exhibitions. The RCA is famous for its Summer Exhibition that has been displaying the work of public and Royal Academician artists since 1769.
Burlington House, Piccadilly, W1J 0BD
Haunch of Venison founders Harry Blain and Graham Southern opened Blain Southern in 2010. This contemporary gallery has two Mayfair locations and nurtures the work of Young British Artists.
4 Hanover Square, W1S 1BP
Your local store
Whistles, Mayfair is located on the corner of Dover Street and Hay Hill. Our store manager is Aimee – she'd be happy to help with all your shopping needs. You can call her on 0207 629 7437.
30 Dover Street, London, W1S 4NB