Nestled in the heart of Carnaby is the Newburgh Quarter, a diverse and distinctive shopping, dining and lifestyle destination, just a few minutes walk from Soho and Oxford Circus.
The Newburgh Quarter has a unique identity, offering both renowned and independent brands, one off concepts, as well as restaurants, pubs & cafés. Creativity runs through the cobbled streets; Newburgh Street, Marshall Street, Ganton Street, Foubert’s Place, Lowndes Court and Marlborough Court.
Those with a fashion-conscious mind will love the mix of iconic brands and independent stores. Well-dressed gents can enjoy Mark Powell bespoke tailoring or Peckham Rye tie shop. Denim lovers can head to Levi’s Vintage, or for the discerning dressers should head to Laurel Wreath by Fred Perry, Filson, C.P Company, and Barbour Heritage stores. Not forgetting shoes from Red Wing Shoes and Onitsuka Tiger.
For brands with signature styles, Newburgh Quarter is home to some of the hottest independent labels, including the London flagship stores of The Ragged Priest, The Face, Lazy Oaf, Billionaire Boys Club, Drop Dead, M.C. Overalls and Oi Polloi.
Of course, there’s more to Newburgh Quarter than clothing - lifestyle and accessories brands, such as the global cult photography phenomenon Lomography and premium watch specialist Nixon. Don’t miss the contemporary spectacle store Cubitts, or American luxury lifestyle brand Shinola for bicycle seats, watches and more. For jewellery, there are handcrafted creations from Mor, family-run Joy Everley Fine Jewellers, or the iconic rock and roll rings from The Great Frog.
After shopping, take some time out with the help of the health, hair and beauty stores in the area. Pankhurst London speakeasy barbershop is the ultimate masculine retreat whilst Johnny's Chop Shop retro barber style takes you to 60s Vegas. Why not head to Marshall Street Leisure Centre for a gym, pool & spa, or to Cowshed for beauty treatments to truly pamper yourself.
From coffee to burgers, Newburgh Quarter offers a varied selection of food and drink. For after work drinks, head to traditional English pubs The White Horse or The Shaston Arms, or for a bite to eat, why not try brand new dumpling restaurant Ugly Dumpling, wine bar and restaurant Antidote or Kua ‘Aina. If your're after a caffeine fix, try Department of Coffee & Social Affairs.