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Experience the 108 Brasserie 02
Sep

By Open Air Theatre

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If you’ve seen our season poster, leaflet or brochure, noticed our MOREoutdoor event promotion or received one of our post-show emails, you will have come across the logo of our hotel partner, The Marylebone Hotel. What you may, perhaps, be less familiar with is the hotel’s restaurant and bar, 108 Brasserie.

Just a casual stroll (or an even shorter taxi ride) from Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, 108 Brasserie is set alongside the hotel in a tranquil spot at the top of Marylebone Lane. No doubt, if you’ve been in the Marylebone area you’ll have seen people enjoying a drink, coffee or delicious food on the restaurant’s terrace. With the gorgeous summer sun we’ve been having recently, this little pocket of London could easily be a Parisian square or an Italian piazza.

Smartly dressed and attentive waiting staff are ready to greet you on arrival and look after you throughout your visit. If you opt to sit inside, you’re welcomed into a contemporary room where the walls are decked in interesting black and white photos of people at tables. The restaurant’s plush red chairs really pop against the marble-topped tables.

There’s a chic bar which is perfect for kicking off your evening, meeting friends or entertaining clients with a pre-dinner gin and tonic before you head to your table – the Brasserie’s own 108 Gin is particularly good – and, for that all important first date – or a romantic anniversary dinner – there are corner booths for a little more privacy. Wherever you sit, the service will be exemplary, with servers ready to offer their expertise on wine choices or course selection.

The food itself lives up to the hotel’s luxurious reputation with most patrons enjoying a full three courses during their visit. The menu offers a range of options to suit all tastes without becoming overwhelming with choices – modern brasserie style, drawing on global influences.

The 108 Brasserie is a great asset to enjoy during a stay at the hotel, but it also offers a beautiful spot for the general public too. Whether you’re looking for a place to stop and enjoy a coffee, somewhere to meet friends for drinks or to take colleagues on a working lunch, the restaurant’s peaceful and stylish  atmosphere adapts to your needs.

Find out more about 108 Brasserie.

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