With any place, it all depends on how you make the most of it, but if you find yourself with a day off and nothing to do, those living in Chelsea have a few recommendations.
Start your morning in the best way possible. Colbert is a beautiful French cafe well-known for its impeccable coffee. The cafe also serves delicious breakfasts, from eggs benedict to french toast, ideal for those early risers looking for a light bite.
The comforting cafe has plenty for all to enjoy and is the perfect place to begin your day on a high.
As Spring quickly approaches London, Farm Fetch invites you to come and celebrate the luxury of simplicity at their Italian deli. With a large selection of coffees, cakes, pasta, cheeses, wine, meats and more, this quaint hotspot is more than a quick pit stop. Enjoy a memorable moment in the most delectable Italian in Chelsea.
Fancy a cultured afternoon at a museum? The Saatchi Gallery can be found on King’s Road, offering an education gallery and even classroom facilities to encourage young people to visit. Artists who have exhibited over the years include Andy Warhol, Jeff Joons, Jenny Saville and many more.
Taking in the art can be tasty work. Rabbit is a farm-to-fork neighbourhood restaurant located on the iconic Kings Road that focuses on sustainability while capturing the English countryside’s flavours and vibrancy. Enjoy a modern British dish from Rabbit’s seasonally-changing menu that celebrates local and wild produce as well as zero-waste cookery.
The Royal Court Theatre is a great place to visit if you’re looking to spend the afternoon in an element of escapism. There is plenty of unmissable matinee shows to see this Spring that makes for a brilliant afternoon of cultural, and theatrical enjoyment. At the moment, be sure to catch either Graceland or Black Superhero!
The long-awaited 2021 reopening of The Cadogan Arms witnessed the adored Chelsea public house return to its former glory with an amazing renovation that pays homage to two centuries spent serving the local community. This dinner spot is the best of the bunch, offering only the finest British dishes along with carefully selected wines and traditional cocktails.
For those who aren’t yet ready for the night to end, let your hair down at the funkiest cocktail bar in town. Maggie’s Club is a 1980s-themed club that takes you back to the fashion-focused geometric era with private booths adorning photographs of the rich and famous, a light-up drinks menu, unique cocktails and an impressive giant fish tank.
This cool and quirky bar offers a night of unforgettable fun and is something you can enjoy midweek. What are you waiting for?