47 Maddox Street, London, Greater London, W1S 2PG
The Browns building in Mayfair was originally Wells & Co, a high-end gentlemen’s outfitters. (We believe that Winston Churchill was once fitted for a suit here).
It still retains some fantastic period features and the grand 19th century décor makes it a great venue There are some small private rooms (originally fitting rooms) available for private functions for up to 20 people.
Join us for drinks, lunch or dinner after shopping in nearby Regent Street or New Bond Street. It’s the perfect place to relax and unwind in this cosmopolitan part of London.
Make the perfect start to the day at Browns, with the space and time you need to relax, work or just get together.
Classic brasserie dishes in a buzzing atmosphere - it's all here, whether you're bringing family, friends or colleagues.
Let our team of expert bartenders mix your favourite or tempt you to try something new and exciting.
Get together every Friday and enjoy our exclusive selection of sparkling wines from just £19.95.
Tourists, art-lovers, shoppers and London business folk regularly flock to Mayfair. The shops are legendary – both Regent Street and New Bond Street are renowned for their jewellery shops and numerous international designer stores. Fortnum & Mason’s on Piccadilly and Hamley’s famous toy store are also nearby.
The Science Museum in Kensington is a amazing place to visit and you could explore it for hours. It showcases ‘astonishing science’ and has galleries and interactive displays that cover areas such as art, energy, environment, medicine and biology, space and transport. Entry is free.
Handel House Museum is a beautifully restored Georgian house, where the composer Handel lived from 1723 until his death in 1759. It gives a great insight into his life, 18th century culture and music. Baroque concerts are held at the house on Thursdays throughout the year.
The Royal Academy holds numerous exhibitions throughout the year, as well as a varied programme of talks and tours. Its annual Summer Exhibition (which has been held every year since 1769) attracts around 10,000 works of art and finances the training of young artists in the Academy schools.
Just a few minutes’ walk from Browns in Mayfair is the world famous London Palladium. Built in 1910, it’s been used as a circus, an ice rink and a cinema – but now it stages big productions of musicals and classic favourites.
Why not join us for a pre- or post-performance dinner or drop in for a relaxing coffee or glass of wine during your time in Mayfair.