Be Wine Wise! Kick-start the New Year with the right knowledge!

If you fancy spending the evening in good company in the heart of Mayfair, then get yourself a ticket to our next Wine Tasting.

A new wine challenge will be held on Monday 06th February 2012 in our very own La Cave.

Our Master Sommelier Vincent Gasnier will be taking you through the discovery of several wines, the leading question being: ” Are Chardonnay or Pinot Noir the finest grapes in the world?”

Learn all about how micro-climate and wine making processes can influence the taste of wine.

The evening will start at 7.00pm with a selection of canapes, followed by tastings of the below wines from 7.30pm.

White Wines

Chablis 1er Cru, Montee de Tonnerre, Burgundy 2008

Cervaro, Castello della Salla, Tuscany 2008

Chardonnay, Heggies, South Australia 2009

Red Wines

Chambolle Musigny, Domaine H Noellat, Burgundy 2006

Pinot Noir, Sebastiani, Sonoma 2008

Pinot Noir, Cloudy Bay, Marlborough 2008

Kick-start 2012 with the right knowledge, make wine your passion and enjoy some of the very best wine crus.

To reserve your place please contact or call the Events Team on +44(0)207 518 9395

Tickets are priced at £40.00 per person. Full pre-payment will be required to secure your place.

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New Year’s Eve in the very heart of Mayfair

Give it up for 2011, and make way for the brand new year ahead. With your list of resolutions in hand, let’s make 2012 the year to live to the fullest! Kick off with a great start at Mews of Mayfair.

Enjoy a ‘New Year’s Eve’ dinner in our First Floor Restaurant and afterwards party in our Lounge bar till 4.00am.

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New Years Eve Dinner: Make it Unforgettable

Come and indulge in a delicious four course ‘New Year’s Eve’ dinner in Mews Restaurant; the menu is priced at £58.00 per person. View menu here

Reservations can be booked between 6.00pm and 7.15pm or after 9.00pm. Diners who reserve the early tables will get complimentary entry into our lounge party, and a discounted fee of £15.00 per ticket will be offered to the later diners.

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Mews Lounge Party: Charleston in Mayfair

We will be hosting a fantastic 1920’s Charleston Themed Lounge Party for the New Year’s Eve. Ladies and gentlemen, this is an opportunity not to be missed as glamour and style will be au rendez-vous!

Tickets are available for our NYE party and are priced at £20.00 per person when pre-paid; entrance is from 6.00pm, guaranteed access before 11.30pm and DJ’s will be playing until 4.00am.

Celebrate with Mews this year! Tickets can also be purchased on the evening, subject to availability, at £30.00 per person.

No reasons not to come!

For Restaurant reservations and New Year’s Eve Tickets 

please contact the Events Team on +44 (0) 20 7518 9395

or email at

We promise good fun and an exciting ambiance!

Stay with us when the Clock strikes midnight.

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Christmas and New Year Openings: Let us be Festive!

Christmas and New Year Opening Times 2011

With everyone starting to plan their Christmas festivities, we wanted to let you know when Mews is open so you can come and join us in celebrating this Christmas and New Year.

Christmas Eve

Cocktail Bar, Restaurant & La Cave Open

Christmas Day

Mews Closed

Boxing Day

Cocktail Bar & Restaurant Open 

Tuesday 27th December – Bank Holiday

Cocktail Bar, Restaurant & La Cave Open 

Wednesday 28th to Friday 30th December

Cocktail Bar, Restaurant & La Cave Open 

New Year’s Eve

Cocktail Bar, Restaurant & La Cave Open

Lounge – Open till 4.00am tickets available to pre book

New Year’s Day

Mews closed

From Monday 2nd January the Cocktail bar, Restaurant and La Cave will be operating 

normal opening hours.

For more information on Mews and our Christmas availability for both our

Private Rooms and Restaurant, please contact the events department on

 + 44 20 7518 9395 or email

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A few words from a Veteran

We know they fought for us. The world is what is now owing to them, and it could be worse.

They are called heroes. Some of them are still alive and a lot more died on the battled field.

Brave men indeed.

Whilst you can argue on the necessity of war, God forbid should you question the courage of the men on the front line. It is not every one who is cut for combat. Who is really? When you’re covered in mud, wounded, rifle in hand ready to kill, there to survive with one thing in your mind” Will I ever get back home?”

When the whistling bullets fly past your ears and kill your brothers, you may curse politicians but then again the lives of your people depend on your guts and courage. Literally.

Humans – humans just like us, but then again heroes.  So it is with the same feeling of gratitude and pride that Mews of Mayfair hosts a yearly Armistice Lunch in celebration of our veterans.

Here’s one of them and a prose he kindly sent to us after the lunch.

Name: Craig Allen           DOB: 15DEC62

Service history

1979 -1982 Army Apprentices College – Harrogate, study for degree in Comms Engineering, Computing and Electronics.

1982 – 1983 1st Armoured Division (Germany), battlefield exercises 1 after the other, during this time I spent 6 months in the

Falkland Islands plus a short tour in Canada.

1983 – 1985 NATO I was post to a secret location underground somewhere in Europe, satellite tracking and maintaining comms worldwide for NATO.
1985 -1986 Catterick Garrison for further education to senior level.
1986 – 1988 Short post to Chelsea Barracks followed by a Home office design, build, train and implement a full U.K. wide secure mobile comms system at the School of Signals in Blandford.
1988 – bought myself out to go to a computer company who had head hunted me.
Prose from Craig Allen

“I just arrived back 17:01

Seems like less than 35 minutes ago, I was suited and booted and all poppied up arriving at F.B. Way and less than 13 hours ago that I woke up, yep, there are 2 X four o’clocks in one day.

Myself and Ted attended the annual Remembrance day lunch hosted and posted and paid for by others at the delightful Mews Restaurant and Bar on Lancashire Sq.

The banter was good and points were scored over years served, cap badges worn, battle fought, comrades lost and a brethren became as one.

Ding ding, time to move up to the restaurant reserved and the drink flowed and the brethren grew stronger and the salmon and the steak consumed slowly as the conversation competed with the flow of wine (let it run over your knuckles).

Speeches were said and donators (mostly of wine), were thanked and then the first stood up from nowhere and thanked and told a joke.

That joke from a 90 years old was like a rotten old pin holding back lock gates on a bulging mass of water. I speak metaphorically, the joke was a blinder but the pin went POP and all the POP’s stood standing there and reeled the puns off one after the other.

Money cannot buy that, the staff were great, they had as much fun watching us gang of heckling brothers as we enjoyed their friendliness and courtesy. Tricks were played out, jokes were told, numbers exchanged amongst “see you next year’s.

Ted my friend has a bad back, I have a bad knee and I try to avoid people – we hobbled across town where I had sworn him to allow me to pick up my fix of Japanese food in Piccadilly (and it’s a long long way to go (my story I told, I can ad-lib)).  4 feet and 20 toes, all unused to dressing smart and walking were screaming at us…………. HOME, NOW.

And so I headed home, home, home, food dropped started the bath as I tugged at my tie and kicked off my manacled shoes. Belt came off as the shopping was housed in the fridge and the suit was crumpled in a corner.

You pretty well know the rest and I am now waiting for the bath to fill the flat with vapours and to cool down to that point where the soft extremities squeal and the toes whisper ahhhhhhhhhhhh but nothing compared to the band of Brothers and the staff from top down who made such a bond and such a perfect day.

We will remember them.”

Craig Allen is one of many veterans we welcomed at Mews on 11.11.11 and each one of them is a unique individual.

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Monday 14th November 2011: Indulge in the Tignanello 2004!

We are delighted to announce another Wine Tasting event at La Cave –Mews of Mayfair

On Monday 14th November join Vincent Gasnier, our Master Sommelier to taste Italy’s hidden gems from the latest winery hot spots.

Indulge in the Tignanello 2004, a highly proclaimed vintage.

The event will start with canapés at 7.00pm followed by
six different tasting wines from 7.30pm with the evening coming to a close by 9.30pm.

Wines we will be serving are as follow:

  • Rotari Rosado, Sparkling, Veneto, Italy
  • White:
    • Friulano, Collio, Marco Felluga, 2009
    • Conte della Vipera, Umbria (sauvignon Chardonnay)
    • Entemari, Isola dei Nuraghi, Sardinia, (Vermentino/Malvaisia)
  • Red:
    • Pinot Nero Riserva, Focara, Marche 2007
    • Nero d’Avola, Rosso del Conte, Sicily 2006
    • Guado Al Tasso 2007

Tickets are priced at just £40 per person. 

To reserve your place and buy your ticket please contact the Events Team on + 44 (0) 20 7518 9395 or email

Full payment is taken prior to the event.

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Let Your Demon Out – Enjoy Our Spooky Mews Cocktail!

It is that time of the year again, ladies and gentlemen! Halloween is fast approaching and will be knocking on your doors on Monday 31st October 2011.

The Jack-o-lantern Legion will be marching down the streets of London.

Embrace the spooky customs of Halloween – allow yourselves to be tempted with our ghoulish cocktail.

‘Mews Spirit’

Zubrowka Bisongrass Vodka

Fused with Fresh Mint and Pomegranate served over dry ice

at £11.00.

Also, if you wish to make Halloween a special occasion, why not make a reservation and hold your own party?

May it be a drinks reception in our bars for blood thirsty monsters, a sanguine dinner for  werewolves in our First Floor Restaurant, or a dance party for a group of groovy zombies, we can make it happen!

Let us make Halloween unforgettable this time around!

Contact us on

or call Mews of Mayfair  on +44 (0)207 518 9388.

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Dinner and Wine Tasting Event hosted by Cloudy Bay winemaker Nick Blampied-Lane – Wednesday 26th October

Mews of Mayfair is delighted to announce a fantastic opportunity to taste some distinguished New Zealand wines complemented by a specially created three course dinner on
Wednesday 26th October 2011. 

The evening will start with canapés and a glass of Cloudy Bay Pelorus NV sparkling wine, followed by dinner and three selected Cloudy Bay wines.

The Host for the evening will beNick Blampied Lane who joined the Cloudy Bay wine-making team in 2003.

His experiences in Bergerac and Burgundy, fuelled his passion for great pinot noir and landed him the task of selecting the international benchmark wines for Cloudy Bay’s annual event, Pinot at Cloudy Bay.

Tickets are priced at £85.00 per person.

To make a reservation please contact

or call the Events Team on + 44 (0)20 7518 9395

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Mews of Mayfair celebrate Hong Kong – Live in London – Monday 12th – Sunday 25th September 2011

Hong Kong

Mews of Mayfair is delighted to announce their involvement with the Hong Kong Tourism Board to celebrate the ‘Best of Hong Kong – Asia’s World City Food and Wine Festival’.

The two-week event has started  on Monday 12th September with an opening ceremony and themed festival on South Molton Street.

Mews will be running an Asian influenced Menu alongside our A la Carte menu available in the First Floor Restaurant, Courtyard and La Cave from Monday 12th until Sunday 25th  September.


Chef Tsang commented “I am thrilled to be coming to London.  My menu at Mews of Mayfair will allow diners to experience the best of Hong Kong in London.”

Chef Tsang will be working alongside Mews Head Chef Alan Marchetti in creating the dishes.

The Festival will celebrate the Best of Hong Kong – Asia’s World City bringing culture, food & wine and fun together.

We are delighted to bring the best of Hong Kong to London; showcasing the vibrant, cosmopolitan fusion of east and west through its cuisine and culture.”

Dawn Page, Director UK & Northern Europe, HKTB

Ask yourself, “What do I know about Hong Kong?” If your answer starts with a hesitating “Erm…” then do not miss the opportunity to escape your daily London Life and come to Lancashire Court. Streets and alleyways will be decorated.

It’ll be like walking in the city itself, also known as the Pearl of the Orient.

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‘Tis The Official Ferrari Opus!

 Ferrari at the Mews Art Gallery:

Mews of Mayfair is delighted and proud to showcase The Official Ferrari Opus, carefully edited by Eszter Karpati and her team at Opus Media Group.

The Opus Ferrari is the result of a passionate and long-term collaboration between the Communications & Brand Management Director, Antonio Ghini, various commissioned specialist writers and original interviews from the most iconic figures including Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo, Fernando Alonso, Niki Lauda, Jean Todt and Piero Ferrari.

The exhibition will be held in our Art Gallery space where not only The Ferrari Opus but also canvas pictures will be displayed enlightening visitors on the content of The Opus – Passion of the fans, the Spirit of Ferrari, Fashion and Ferrari and so forth.

The Official Ferrari Opus — featuring over 2,000 spectacular images, including unique or previously unseen archive pictures sourced from collections around the world, plus exclusively commissioned photo shoots such as a stunning photo essay by renowned photographer Rankin — will be on permanent display at the Mews Gallery until the first week of September.

Mews of Mayfair promise a one-time experience as soon as you enter our Art space.

Three magnificent editions are shown:  the Classic edition, the Cavallino Rampante edition and the Enzo edition. 

So there is only one thing to do: Immerse yourself in the Ferrari world! Come on down to Mews.

In the autumn, Opus hopes to collaborate with Mews further through an exhibition coinciding with the launch of The Official Formula One Opus.

We have tried to tell the full story of this fascinating brand in all its complexities while also placing it in new and sometimes unexpected contexts to explore different aspects of its unique appeal. Hundreds of books have been devoted to Ferrari over the years but we hope that The Official Ferrari Opus goes way beyond anything that has been published previously.” – Eszter Karpati.

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The Wimbledon Championships at Mews of Mayfair!

Come and entertain yourselves with us

as we will be screening the ever so important matches in our Cocktail Bar.

Drench your thirst with our

Deuce Split Cocktail

or gorge yourselves on

English Strawberries with Mint Granita

Yes indeed, The Wimbledon Championships will once again hold our hearts tight

from Monday 20th June until Sunday 3rd July.

Evergreen grounds, freshly mown grass and white lines,

Ladies and gentlemen, prepare yourselves for a moment of excitement,

Series of ooh’s and aah’s, drops of sweat and shooting tennis balls,

A fervent audience and players high as knights.

Tiebreakers, on the tennis courts

Flamboyant red grounds, yet treacherous

or glistening green spaces

The feeling remains the same: incredible.

So make it an amazing Championship

at Mews of Mayfair.

Why not hold your own party for lunch, dinner or reception in our private rooms?

Call the Events Team to make arrangements.

+ 44 (0)20 7518 9388

Private Dining Rooms available

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