Carnaby

FEATURES

- One of the most unique shopping and dining areas in London 

- Famous for its history as the center of the swinging 60s London 

- Carnaby consists out of 100 shops and 60 places to eat and drink 

- World’s leading luxury brands are being sold here

ABOUT CARNABY STREET

Carnaby is one of the most unique shopping and dining areas in the center of London’s West End. Today, the 13 streets of Carnaby combine over 100 shops with 60 places to eat and drink. World-famous labels as Puma, Diesel, Levi’s, Replay, Scotch&Soda sell in this area! Found between Regent Street, and Oxford Street, Carnaby is a short 3-minute walk from Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus Underground stations.  

Besides all the shopping there are so may dining places to discover! The area boasts the largest collection of independent cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants in the West End. From boozy brunches to late-night cocktail bars and from India flavors to Spanish and Italian tapas. 

LOCATION & STORE HOURS

ADDRESS:

Carnaby St, Soho, London W1F, UK

PHONE:

+1 212 284 9982

STORE HOURS:

Monday – Saturday: 10 AM – 7 PM

Sunday: 12 PM – 6 PM

Restaurants

8 AM - Midnight

 

 
 

SHOPS ON CARNABY STREET

Barbour- a British heritage brand providing outdoor wear to Londoners 

Benefit- a beauty line all wrapped up in retro-style packaging

Levi's- the quintessential American jean brand

Liberty London- famous British department store carrying new and noteworthy brands as well as the well known

Monki- fashion forward, eclectic pieces as well as basics for women

Nixon- the shop itself hosts an indoor workshop and customization bar to create your own watchPaul Smith- menswear from sneakers to shirts to luggage

SHOPPING TIPS

- Wander around the area’s smaller streets to find some real hidden treasures, for examples the ties at Peckham Rye or the heritage jackets at Baracuta!

- Look out for amazing special events held in Carnaby each season: from Carnaby Street Eat to London Fashion Week. 

- During Christmas Carnaby has a world famous Christmas installation.  

- Look out for special promotions and prize draws at Carnaby! 

- Make sure to take a look at their map so you can find all the things you want to see! 

 

DINING

If you want to dine at Carnaby you have many options to choose from! The three-floor, alfresco Kingly Court is a gourmet’s paradise offering cheap eats to a la carte dining.  

Kingly Court: 

Disrepute: The perfect hideaway for luxury libations, high jinks and late night liaisons! 

Shampers: Independent wine bar and restaurant boasting 200 wines. Enjoy tapas style dishes at the bar, or private hire a 40-seat downstairs dining room.  

The life goddess: Greek cuisine made from fresh produce and prepared using native cooking methods 

Wright Brothers: Leading seafood restaurant with a downstairs private dining area, serving signature dishes and a raw bar for oysters and lobsters. 

Pizza Pilgrims: Authentic pizzeria serving a range of pizza’s and Neapolitan delicacies. 

 

Other restaurants: 

Carnaby Burger Co: Dining concept with over 30 gourmet style burgers, hot dogs, pasta’s and tempting selection of handmade desserts and ice cream shake’s! 

Le Bab: Casual Middle Eastern and Asian spot serving up gourmet kebabs, known for their creative shawarma cooked over wood.  

Jinjuu: London’s premier modern Korean restaurant by celebrity chef Judy Joo. Serving up American-Korean street food and soju cocktails.  

 

Bars & Clubs: 

Soho Grind: Enjoy specially developed coffee and a selection of pastries in a laid back environment with a basement cocktail bar serving espresso martinis.  

Rum Kitchen: A Caribbean eatery that bends the rules, enjoy beach shack drinks. 

Cirque le Soir: Plush circus-themed night club with fire-eaters, fortune tellers and arcade games.  

 
 
 

Location

Subway:  

The closest underground stations are Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus: 
Oxford Circus: Victoria, Bakerloo & Central Line 
Piccadilly Circus: Piccadilly & Bakerloo Line 
Both stations are approximately 3 minutes by foot. 

Bus 

London buses run many bus routes to nearby Oxford Street and Regent Street:   
Regent Street: 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159 and 453 
Oxford Street: 7, 8, 10, 25, 55, 73, 98, 176 and 390