Tucked away in the smaller streets of Mayfair, Shepherd’s Market is a delightful little secret that maintains the look and feel of old London. The cobbled streets have remained in place ever since the site was developed in 1735 by Edward Shepherd, playing home to a whole host of wonderful eateries and quaint pubs and bars. This includes Ye Grapes Pub and The Shepherd’s Tavern where little has changed over the course of their lifespan, offering warm and welcoming atmospheres to their visitors.
From fine French cuisine through to sparkling boutique jewellery shops and luxury goods, there is plenty to enjoy in the area. The compact nature of the market helps to create a unique atmosphere not felt in many other places in London, and it remains a delightful place to while away a few hours in the evening or over the weekend.