2020 promises to bring an exciting range of events, experiences and brands to Regent Street. Read on for just a taste of what you can expect over the coming year.
We are proud and excited that a number of best in class brands will soon be joining those that already call Regent Street home, from flagship stores to new restaurant concepts. As soon as we can share full details of these new openings, we’ll be sure to keep you updated.
In case you missed our most recent openings, we welcomed many new brands to the street last year, including Microsoft’s first UK flagship by Oxford Circus tube station, H&M Home’s incredible concept store and chic Parisian fashion brand Sandro’s store for men’s and women’s style.
This year, we’ve already welcomed a global first from skincare innovator DUOLAB, whose pop up (now closed) celebrated a tech-based approach to beauty is making waves in the industry. The Breitling Townhouse, the European flagship store for the luxury timepiece maker, has also found a home on the street. Featuring a watch bar and elegant lounge to take time out in style, it’s well worth a visit.
For drinking and dining, there’s an impressive collection of new destinations to explore: Lewis Hamilton’s plant-based offering Neat Burger; Scandinavian-style coffee bar Hagen Project towards Piccadilly Circus; and iconic Momo London opening its quirky counterpart and neighbour, Mo Diner. Other foodie news includes Pacific at restaurant incubator space 10 Heddon Street - the sushi-style first restaurant from Australian MasterChef Shaun Presland, which from 10th March turned into a new pop-up. Fallow, by chefs Jack Croft and Will Murray who honed their skills at Dinner by Heston, has been created to champion seasonality and sustainability. We also have welcomed a new ramen bar - Heddon Yokocho - to our culinary quarter, as well as a delicious Indian restaurant, Bindas Eatery, adding a spicy kick to our restaurant repertoire.
We’re also excited to soon be welcoming a global first restaurant concept from DC Comics: Park Row. Drawing upon comic book heroes and villains such as Batman and The Penguin, this amusement-park for foodies will include five themed restaurants, ensuring a truly immersive drinking and dining experience. Stay tuned for when this will go live.
2020 hasn't been as we'd planned but as always, the end of the year will see the return of our iconic Christmas lights scheme ‘The Spirit of Christmas’.
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