Burberry expands flagship location with café - Luxury Daily - In-store. Burberry has retail locations worldwide British fashion house Burberry is expanding its global flagship location on Regent Street with the addition of an exclusive gifting area and an all day café.
The gifting area provides consumers with a range of seasonal gifts and personal gift-wrapping options, while Thomas’ Café offers a selection of British cuisine. Expanding the flagship location will help Burberry attract more consumers to the store and encourage them to spend more time there. Dining delight Burberry’s café will be open all day, seven days a week, catering to consumers with a menu of classically British cuisine such as afternoon tea and lobster with chips. Thomas’ will use produce from small farmers and artisan suppliers around the United Kingdom.
The gifting area is designed to provide consumers with a comprehensive gifting experience. The inside of Burberry’s Regent Street flagship store Up until the day of the event. Like this article? Related content: None Found. Burberry expands its Regent Street flagship with an exclusive area dedicated to gifting and an all day café, Thomas’s.
Burberry expands its Regent Street flagship with an exclusive area dedicated to gifting and an all day café, Thomas’s Burberry has expanded its global flagship at 121 Regent Street in London, to create an exclusive area dedicated to gifting.
The new space will also accommodate an all day café that will offer an entirely British menu. The extension, which opened in spring 2015, celebrates the very best of British craftsmanship, creativity and produce. Exclusive gifts and personalised service Introducing Thomas's An all day café, offering a menu of British classics from afternoon tea, to lobster with chips, seven days a weekThomas’s offers the finest seasonal produce from small farmers and artisan suppliers from around the UK About Burberry Regent Street Notes to editors About Burberry Established in 1856, Burberry is a global British luxury brand with a heritage of innovation, craftsmanship and design.
Related links. Burberry Cafe opens in London, Thomas's - 121 Regent Street. Because fashion and food have always made the perfect partners By Sarah Karmali Pictures courtesy of Burberry Burberry has launched its first ever café.
The all-day eaterie – named Thomas's, after the brand's founder Thomas Burberry – can be found within the newly expanded London flagship at 121 Regent Street. The café will offer a menu of quintessentially British classics, from afternoon tea to lobster with chips, and will be open seven days a week. The flagship store expansion also sees the addition of a dedicated gifting area, featuring a seasonally updated collection of present-worthy products (everything from blankets, cushion covers and candles to stationery, board games and travel goods), which can all be personalised or monogrammed in a number of different ways.
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In true sophisticated style, Burberry announced the restaurant opening purely by a simple website statement saying that the store was now, ‘A new luxury gifting destination – Experience exclusive products, personalised services and an all-day British menu at Thomas’s’. Thomas’s restaurant was part of an initiative to expand the flagship store on London’s Regent Street by diversifying the shopping experience that they can offer their clients. Being able to provide gourmet dining as well as highly acclaimed fashion pieces is simply all part of the luxury brands first class service.
With a proudly all-British menu being served at Thomas’s, as well as great wines and a boutique tea menu being devised by tea company, Lalani & Co., Thomas’s could soon become the most fashionable place to take tea. Ralph Lauren opens Polo Bar restaurant in New York. American designer Ralph Lauren has today opened his first restaurant in New York City.
Situated next to the Polo Ralph Lauren flagship store on East 55th Street, The Polo Bar is a “casual yet refined” eatery chock-full of equestrian references to reflect the brand’s sporting heritage and signature Polo logo. The traditional New England-style interior features a brass-topped bar, parquet flooring and tan leather banquettes and is inspired by old-school New York dining establishments. Guests can enjoy cocktails and snacks at the bar or escape the city’s current cold snap by cosying up next to the polo saddles by an open fireplace.
Downstairs, the main dining room is adorned with equestrian art and a wood panelled ceiling, while there is also a private dining room for up to 14 people. The Polo Bar is the designer and philanthropist’s third restaurant: the Chicago store has boasted its own restaurant since 1999, while a second eatery opened in Paris in 2010.