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  • Sally Clarke's

    Part of Clarke’s restaurant in the Kensington area, this shop sells a range of food products, as well as complete dishes like roasted-chicken pie a... More
  • Saltwater

    Saltwater specializes in English-style women's clothing that is classic without being stuffy or old-fashioned (think little-to-no plaid or quilting... More
  • Sarum Studio

    Two hours southwest of London, this studio is owned by art instructor Nicholas Beer, who teaches his students to draw and paint portraits of live m... More
  • School of Artisan Food

    The school teaches baking, brewing, butchery, preserving, and cheese making to amateurs as well as students of the University of Derby. Don't miss ... More
  • Scott Polar Research Institute

    At the Scott Polar Research Institute, you can pore over exhibits relating to the Arctic and Antarctic, including Sir Ernest Shackleton's expediti... More
  • Selfridges & Co.

    Its impressive pillared facade, spanning an entire block, hints at the retail experience within, but this is no ordinary department store. Inside, ... More
  • Serpentine Gallery

    Come here to catch everything from video projections to experimental works combining sculpture, sound, and light. Locals highly anticipate its summ... More
  • Sharland & Lewis

    In Tetbury, don't miss Long Street, unofficially considered Antiques Alley: there's Sharland & Lewis, a cheerful shop brimming with 19th-century qu... More
  • Ship

  • Shochu Lounge

    This low-lit, wood-paneled basement bar—designed by Japanese firm Super Potato—looks like a feudal Japanese ryokan reimagined by Star Trek set desi... More
  • Showroom

    One of the first contemporary galleries founded in London’s East End arts district, the Showroom has been nurturing young artists as well as hostin... More
  • Sir John Soane

    It's common knowledge that many of London's greatest museums—the British Museum, V&A, National Gallery, Tate Modern—don’t charge admission, but don... More
  • Skandium

    Lauched by three Scandinavians, the British company Skandium sells Scandinavian furniture and accessories at its Brompton area store, one of multip... More
  • Smythson

    The high-end stationer and leather-goods company from London’s Bond Street has two Heathrow outlets with journals, travel wallets, passport covers,... More
  • Smythson of Bond Street

    Simply the most stylish stationer in London, this tony temple has produced bespoke, engraved, and flat-printed stationery for more than 120 years. ... More
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