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Celebrate in style this May Bank Holiday!

The long-awaited moment is finally here, a new notch in the timeline of British history and we’re living in it. If you’re devising a plan of how you’re going to celebrate the day (and the three-day
weekend), level up by living it up like a King or Queen by visiting one of the below listed London spots which have been frequented bytheRoyals themselves. Across the city; pubs, clubs, and bars have been
given the green light to stay open an extra two hours on Friday and Saturday, so get ready to raise a glass for it’s going to be a weekend affair we’ll never forget.

* Dean Street Townhouse (69-71 Dean Street, London W1D 3SE)

In the midst of Soho, set in a gorgeous Georgian townhouse, this boutique hotel and all-day restaurant is a popular spot for the royals. Famously known for hosting Prince Harry and Meghan’s very first date. Reservations are often snapped up pretty quickly, so be speedy if you’d like to celebrate the coronation in true royalstyleby booking in for an evening of ambience and great food with service that goes above and beyond.

2. Bluebird Restaurant (350 King’s Road, London SW3 5UU)

Frequented by none other than The Duchess of Cambridge, Bluebird isaModern European restaurant on Chelsea’s Kings Road featuring a stylish dining space, a cosy bar and lounge area, and a picturesque
outdoor terrace. If you want to live it up like a royal on Saturday the 6th of May, the venue will be hosting a grand Coronation party where guests can experience live music, sip on some cocktails, and even see an exclusive Royal Carriage.

3. The Goring Hotel (15 Beeston Place, London SW1W 0JW)

The Goring Hotel is infamous for its elegance, where the late Queen Elizabeth II could be seen holding her annual Christmas lunch and where Kate Middleton spent her last unmarried evening before theRoyalwedding. Step inside these fancy doors on Saturday 6th May to sip onamartini at The Goring’s ambient cocktail bar, dine at the elegant acclaimed restaurant, or embark on an Afternoon Tea experience likenoother.

4. Bellamy’s (18/18a Bruton Place, London W1J 6LY)

It was rare to see the late Queen Elizabeth II dining out in London, but when she did, she could be seen having a private evening meal at Bellamy’s. The brasserie-style, French restaurant clearly had a
special place in her heart as they were given the honour of hosting her 80th birthday dinner. Spend the King’s Coronation in this cosy setting complete with an oyster bar and a selection of French wines and cocktails.

5. Fortnum & Mason (181 Piccadilly, St. James’s, LondonW1A1ER)

Luxury department store Fortnum & Mason have had connections to the Royal Family since its formation with William Fortnum, having once been hired as a Footman at the court of Queen Anne in 1707 and where
William made an enterprise of selling palace wax candles after Queen Anne’s requests of new candles every single night. Take a trip to the iconic department store this month and explore their Coronation
collection full of limited edition items including hampers,champagne,trinkets, and so much more.

6. Chiltern Firehouse Marylebone (1 Chiltern Street, London W1U 7PA)

This high end hotel (former fire station dating back to the 1800s), has famously attracted young royals; Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi threw a bash at the venue to celebrate theirengagementin 2019, and Meghan Markle has been spotted at the bar catching up with friends over a negroni. Why not book a table on Coronation day for brunch, lunch, or dinner with a side of sparkling wine, a selection of cocktails, or even a cosy cup of tea by the fireplace.

The Royal Family seem to love Mayfair, why not discover your new favourite places to eat, drink, and shop with our Discover Mayfair guide, free to download on the Bindy Street App.

Wondering what else is happening in London for The Royal Coronation? Don’t miss out on having your chance to celebrate the Coronation in style.

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