Photographer Greg Morrison wanders through a sun-drenched Mayfair village, capturing the character of our local neighbourhood and taking in a few of our favourite spots.
In the summer Mayfair’s private residences and local businesses are festooned with window boxes, climbing ivy and all manner of greenery.
Mayfair is renowned for its inimitable array of boutiques and specialist shops. Established in 1875 Geo F Trumper sells luxury grooming products for men.
Since opening in early 2023, Socca has brought a taste of the Côte d’Azur to Mayfair, serving seasonal fare sourced through a community of trusted growers and producers from around the UK.
Brimming with a wealth of traditional neighbourhood pubs – like The Audley Public House – Mayfair blends heritage British quality with modern style.
"When it comes to spring and summer, we are blessed. You've got the hidden gem of Mount St. Gardens with its fountains and tropical palm trees. There's a huge pineapple tree in there, a sculpture. It's beautiful." General Manager James Partridge.
Mayfair has long been a destination for business travellers and families alike. Whether you’re looking for a chic bar to entertain clients or the excitement of a picnic in a park, Mayfair has it all.
Once the site of the original and infamous May Fair, Shepherd Market is now filled with eateries, pubs and shops. As pictured, in summer it is adorned with bunting. A fine spot for an afternoon drink.
The second largest square in London, Grosvenor Square at lunch is filled with people enjoying the sunshine, surrounded by public art. Pictured in the foreground is 218.5° Arc x 21 by Bernar Venet, 2006, framing the stature of Franklin Roosevelt by William Reid Dick, 1947.
Mayfair is open to all – so there are plenty of four-legged friends to meet.
Housed within the deconsecrated St Mark’s Church, on North Audley Street, Mercato Mayfair offers an array of sustainable cuisine from around the world.
Mayfair, nestled as it is on the west side of central London, is well connected with buses, tubes and trains running regularly throughout the city and beyond.
Whether by bike or on foot, Mayfair village is the perfect size to explore – so clear your schedule and lose yourself in winding streets and hidden squares.