Yesterday saw the official opening of Harry’s Bar in St Christopher’s Place, the latest offering from Caprice Holdings who are known for some of London’s favourite hot spots; The Ivy, Sexy Fish and Annabel’s.

Since residing itself on South Audley Street in the 1970’s as a private members club, Harry’s Bar has recently expanded the brand to two further sites, this being the third. Maintaining its signature interior of 1950’s glamour, the stylish restaurant is perfect for breakfast, post-work drinks and dinner. Following the fare of it’s sister restaurant; Harry’s Dolce Vita, the new James Street site offers seasonal mouth-watering Italian dishes devised by Diego Cardoso, formerly of Angela Hartnett’s Café Murano.

Harry’s Bar cements an emerging hub of quality food offers on James Street which include Hoppers, Patty & Bun, Bone Daddies and soon to open Homeslice. Bruce Gillingham Pollard are currently letting 42/44 James Street, which will further enhance the streets ‘foodie’ credentials.

Bruce Gillingham Pollard were appointed in May 2018 on the leasing of both the A1 and A3 elements of St Christopher’s Place, and are working with BMO Estates to further strengthen the critical mass of quality independent brands from across the worlds of fashion, accessories and food.