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Walk Through London's Fitzrovia Neighborhood

The Yorkshire Grey pub, on Langham Street in Fitzrovia.

Photo: Rebecca Lewis

T+L charts the new and classic spots of England’s capital—from restaurants and hotels to shops, and more.

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Destinations: Mayfair · Fitzrovia

Inspired by: Touring London's Fitzrovia Neighborhood — by Mark Ellwood, Published Dec. 2009

Hotels (3)

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    Sanderson

    Once a sleek furniture company headquarters, the Sanderson became a hotel in 2000 under the guidance of Ian Schrager and Philippe Starck. The team

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    Charlotte Street Hotel

    Decorated like a chintz-filled country house that Bertie Wooster might share with Anya Hindmarch, this shabby-chic 52-room hotel is filled with art

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    The Langham, London

    The 380-room Victorian-era landmark (unveiled by the Prince of Wales in 1865 and still a royal favorite) has recently been restored to its storied ... More

Restaurants (4)

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    Villandry

    Located in Marylebone, Villandry is London’s one-stop shop for gourmet dining. The Marylebone location is the flagship store in this famous London

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    Salt Yard

    Central London’s Salt Yard is a trendy restaurant and bar celebrating the Spanish tapas tradition. Chef Ben Tish’s men features an array of tapas-s

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    Lantana

    Tucked away in London’s Fitzrovia neighborhood, Lantana is the place locals go for fresh, flavorful breakfast and lunch dishes. Named after a hardy

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    Benito’s Hat

    Benito’s Hat brings fresh, flavorful Tex-Mex cuisine to London. The owner, Ben Fordham, along with Mexican-born head chef Felipe, have created a me

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Activities (8)

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    Paperchase

    Though there are now branches of this paper mecca across the world, the triple-decker Fitzrovia spot was the original Paperchase store, catering to

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    Heal’s

    Celebrating its 200th anniversary in 2010,  the stately Heal’s interiors store is a British institution. Climb the stairs and check out the so-call

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    French’s Theatre Bookshop

    Theatre aficionados flock to this Fitzrovia bookshop, which is known for carrying an unmatched inventory of theatre and performance-focused literat

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    Alec Tiranti

    The premier London vendor for art supplies, Alec Tiranti was founded by Giovanni Tiranti in 1895. This Fitzrovia store sells supplies to profession

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    Pilar Corrias Gallery

    London socialite and gallerist Pilar Corrias—who helped start Haunch of Venison gallery, a branch of which recently opened in New York City—opened

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    Lazarides

    This brand-new five-floor spread opened last May in a Georgian town house that was once a brothel. The notorious, headline-grabbing gallery is run

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    Alison Jacques Gallery

    Gallerist Alison Jacques worked as a curator for the British School at Rome before opening her first London space in a Mayfair town house in 2004,

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    Stuart Shave/Modern Art

    Originally in the vibrant East London arts district, Stuart Shave relocated his avant-garde gallery to a large, glass-fronted West End building in

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