Introducing, Brityard – a unique and exciting London concept that’s about to change the way we all shop, eat, drink and socialise.
What is Brityard?
Open every day of the week, you’ll find an immersive food hall and retail space filled with Britain’s finest food, drinks and lifestyle brands with plenty of tantalising opportunities to see, hear, touch, taste and smell. A one-stop shop where you can grab a coffee or a glass of wine depending on the time of day, have a little shop, grab a light bite during your lunch hour, be entertained or rest those weary legs after exploring the neighbouring West End shopping havens.
That’s not all, head downstairs to their secret subterranean speakeasy, where alongside their exclusively British-brand stocked bar, the space will be used to showcase the best emerging talent, and will provide entertainment late into the night including wine and cheese tastings, musical performances, cosy secret cinema screenings, comedy nights, yoga and Yard talks (their take on Tedx).
Where is Brityard?
Situated in the heart of London on the world-famous Regent Street (310-312 Regent Street, London, W1B 3AU), Brityard is in the perfect location for those looking to enjoy a glass of fizz for a much needed catch up with friends, a break from the Oxford Street crowds mid and post shopping spree, a one-stop to help with your gift list where you can create bespoke hampers in-store with a variety of brands (you can even get yourself a personalised cheese wheel with your favourite photo!), or those needing a foodie pick-me-up of the world’s best cheese toastie and more!
Why should you visit?
Brityard is the new home of emerging homegrown brands and talent, housing them all under one roof for a new immersive hybrid experience across shopping, events and hospitality.
The space allows shoppers the opportunity to connect with brands and founders one-on-one, as well as shop more sustainably and locally. Current brands showcasing in Brityard include cheesegeek, Gusbourne, Origin Coffee, The Chocolatier, Crosstown, BEEN London and Rare Tea Company – all with a British story at their heart and premium products for sale.
As well as new brand collaborations and retail listings announced regularly, there will be an ever-changing diverse events schedule, so this is a great location for those spontaneous catch ups even on those less social evenings like a Monday or Tuesday.
In the evenings, why not enjoy a glass of Gusbourne paired with a cheese board during an intimate music set with artists such as Gilska (23rd Nov) or Ruby Francis (30th Nov). Plus there’s comedy nights and pottery workshops to come in the weekly events calendar soon to launch on their website this month.