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Top 5 Things To Do On Summer Streets

July 4, 2015

Lifestyle | by Candid Magazine


For the past three years Regent Street has been traffic free every Sunday throughout July, this year is no different, Summer Streets are back. Having a trafficless regent street will create a greener environment full of pop up entertainment, lots of shops and food and drink to cater for all ages. On top of that each Sunday will feature a Cycle Roadshow with cycle parking installations form Cyclehop.

But with so much to see and do on Regent Street, we’ve picked our top 5 things just for you.


  1. Liberty of London
    Celebrating 140 years this year is the iconic London department stores. A personal favourite place to shop in London, it has an eclectic mix of menswear designers in the basement ranging from Ralph Lauren to Acne and Kenzo to John Smedley.
  2. Heddon Street
    Just of Regent Street is Heddon Street, a small pedestrian courtyard full of restaurants and lots of outside seating (fingers crossed for good weather). Piccolino serves up the best in classic Italian food and if you’ve yet to go ICEBAR is the perfect way to cool down from a hot days shopping.
  3. Bentley’s Oyster Bar and Grill
    What more could you want but oysters and cocktails? Head to Bentley’s Oyster Bar and Grill on Swallow street to get off your feet and treat yourself to some summer themed cocktails.
  4. Experience the in store activites
    As well as shopping in all your favourite stores they are hosting a selection of activities including a H&M chill out zone, F1 car simulators in Tumi as well as relaxing deckchairs courtesy of Tommy Hilfiger.
  5. Enjoy the discounts!
    Before you take the weight off your feet by visiting all the fantastic food and drink venues, make use of the 10% discount being offered at Bose, Charles Tyrwhitt, Cotswold Outdoor, Mappin & Webb, Watches of Switzerland, Hix Restaurant and The Wright Brothers.
And finally don’t forget to download the Regent Street App for all the latest happenings on Regent Street. Download here.
Click here to find what else is going on at Summer Streets this July.