Centrally located, Marylebone is within easy walking distance of many central London areas and tourist attractions. Walking, I believe, is the best way to discover and explore all the delights of any city, and London is no different. Oxford and Regent Street, Soho, Covent Garden, Mayfair, and Belgravia and Buckingham Palace are all within strolling distance. Marylebone, with all its lovely options for shopping, browsing, drinking and eating.
Marylebone has plenty of great coffee shops, food shops, and cafés. Some favorites are Daylesford, a cafe and organic farm shop on Blandford Street; the Monocle Café on Chiltern Street; La Fromagerie on Moxon Street, a cafe and produce shop with an extensive cheese offering; and the historic Paul Rothe & Son. Marylebone feels like a village within London. It has a variety of specialty shops, from butcher shops like the Ginger Pig, to the wonderful independent book sellers, Daunt Books. On Chiltern Street discover Howarth of London, a woodwind instrument specialist, with windows filled with brass saxophones, next door to the tonal minimalist display of women’s wear shop, Mouki Mou. For flowers visit Gainsborough Flowers and for candles, there is French candle maker, Cire Trudon on Chiltern Street. Menswear shops include English Cut, a bespoke men’s tailor, and Trunk, both on Chiltern Street, and Monocle for accessories. Everyone's favorite, Labour and Wait, has a second outpost on Dorset Street. Shiro is a lovely ethical Japanese skin care shop on St. Christopher’s Place. At the end of the day enjoy some cocktails in the Chiltern Firehouse garden.