Bar & Restaurant
Baker Street is one of London’s – if not Britain’s – most famous roads. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s masterpiece, Sherlock Holmes, was based at 221B. In real life, Marks & Spencer was headquartered here up until recently and Madame Tussauds wax museum remains a fixture along the street. This space is on the corner of the building and features wrap-around windows at the front. It’s an ex-gallery that opens into a huge room on the ground floor. The walls are clean white, the floors are wooden and there’s a small cupboard for storage. Downstairs, the basement features a similar layout – great for a showroom – with a stockroom, toilets and a kitchen. Baker Street station is an 8-minute walk to the north and Bond Street is 10 minutes to the south. So thousands of London’s shoppers will also be on your doorstep.