ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

 

MARYLEBONE FOOD FESTIVAL

The Marylebone Food Festival is a collaboration between The Portman Estate and The Howard de Walden Estate, and is supported by the area’s Business Improvement Districts, Baker Street Quarter Partnership and Marble Arch London. The festival took place from 24 - 28 April in 2019. The date for 2020 is yet to be shared.

2019 LINE UP

Over the course of the festival, Marylebone’s food and drink establishments —ranging from neighbourhood cafes and wine bars to Michelin-starred restaurants — put on special menus and hosted exclusive masterclasses, one-off collaborations, food tours and talks, throwing the spotlight on the gastronomic wealth and diversity of the area. A handful of our highlights included; Donostia's Basque Cider and Pintxo festival (£10), Carousel London’s Pasta Making workshop (£55), a Baa-rolo (spring lamb and Barolo) evening at Boxcar Butcher & Grill (£55), a Vegan secret supperclub at The Gate (£49.50), and Butchers block to table as you watch at Daylesford Organic plus much much more.

TICKETS TO THE MARYLEBONE MENU SOLD OUT IN 24 HOURS!

Our sell-out event The Marylebone Menu took place on Wednesday 24 April with courses provided by Michelin star restaurants Texture and Trishna, celebrated The Providores chef, Peter Gordon, newcomer Xier as well as local hotspots Chiltern Firehouse, Roux at the Landau and Bernardi’s, famous cheese shop and cafe, La FromagerieThe Montagu Kitchen, GAIL'S BakeryRococo Chocolates and Marylebone Gin. All proceeds from ticket sales went to our charity partner, Springboard. Music was kindly provided by the Marylebone Music Festival. To view photos from the night visit our gallery.

Marylebone_Food_Festival-169.jpg
Marylebone_Food_Festival-262.jpg