41 Mount St London, W1K 2
This immaculate late Victorian pub, The Audley, fits perfectly into classy Mayfair and provides its customers with a friendly and welcoming service. The pub itself has nice decor but you can also find a seat outside to enjoy your beer.
Hard Rock Cafe
150 Old Park Lane, London W1K 1QZ
Two expatriate Americans Isaac Tigrett and Pete Morton opened Hard Rock Cafe on Old Park Lane in June 1971, claiming that it was the only way they could get a good burger in Britain. The company now has branches throughout the world and the Old Park Lane original displays more than 300 items of rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia, in addition to serving tasty American burgers and mouth watering cocktails.
44 Berkley Square, London W1J 5QB
Annabel’s Club has more history than any other London nightclub. Not only is it the only nightclub The Queen has ever visited, but it also was London’s very first private members’ club. Despite not having a front entrance (just a stairwell), Annabel’s Club is an exclusive members club which only the truly wealthy can afford to frequent.
59 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London, W1J 6ER
Blending the comfort of the lounge scene with the sophistication of a cocktail bar, Babble creates the perfect environment for late night drinking and dancing in the heart of Mayfair. Set across two floors it features European inspired design and a light and bright ambience.
16 Shepherd Market, Mayfair, London, W1J 7QQ
On the corner of Shepherd’s Market in Mayfair, Ye Grapes is a magnet to workers, tourists and hardened pub goers alike. Almost everything is in the décor: dark wood, low lighting, mottled glass windows and very red walls; all conspire to deliver a marvellous atmosphere.
3 New Burlington Street London W1S 2JF
Situated below Cielo restaurant, the Luxx’s minimalist yet elegant interior and its amazing ATC sound system are very impressive. You will probably meet trendy locals to Mayfair enjoying music played by DJs from all over the world, and you won’t get enough until 4am.
19 Old Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1LB
Since it first opened in 1997, the Met Bar is among the best bars in Central London. Now without its original ‘members only’ policy, it has a new look, an expanded and innovative cocktail menu and fresh lunch and dinner menus featuring seasonal British classic cuisine. Tables are back-painted glass with golden highlights reflecting the natural light that floods through the glass wall. The evening brings a change of mood with the glass magically becoming etched, obscuring the vision from outside in.
Coach and Horses
5 Hill Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 5LD
Coach and Horses, the oldest pub in Mayfair established in 1744, used to be a coaching inn providing accommodation to the aristocracy. Although it has fairly restrictive opening hours (closed at weekends), it is a nice place to go after work: you will almost feel at home in front of the fireplace.
17 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London, W1S 1HU
Tucked away on Hanover Square in Mayfair is Jalouse, a discreet members club meaning jealous in French. This up market club has already attracted a host of celebrity names; and Wednesday and Thursday are open to non-members. Light electro beats with a dance fusion gets the party started.
1 Dover Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 4LD
Mahiki serves up a sensational mix of exotic dishes and offers a wide range of cocktails to enjoy in one of the hottest spots in town for dedicated clubbers. Set over two floors in the heart of Mayfair, clubbers are offered escapism in the form of a Polynesian Tiki style paradise.
Swallow Street, Mayfair, London, W1B 4EZ
One of London’s more intriguing members’ clubs, the Cuckoo Club offers 5,000 square feet of opulent design tinged with rock and roll influences. World class mixologists propose innovative cocktails. Matching the design and style of the venue, the principal music theme of The Cuckoo Club is rock-chic, unique within London nightlife.
50 Dover Street, London, W1S 4NY
The Mayfair Club is an exclusive nightclub located in London’s most glamourous surroundings. It offers its members and guests a stylish space to relax and unwind. Functioning as a more traditional gentlemen’s club from Monday to Thursday, the Mayfair opens to a wider audience on Fridays and Saturdays until 6am, and proposes funky house and R&B.