St James’s Market welcomes Cubitt House

August 1, 2019

St James’s Market welcomes Cubitt House

St James’s Market – the joint venture between The Crown Estate and Oxford Properties – is to welcome independent public house group Cubitt House on Norris Street.

The Beau Brummell, a new gastropub from renowned provider Cubitt House, will sit in the central courtyard of St James’s Market with an outdoor terrace and two floors of seating and dining. The Cubitt House group run a collection of unique public houses in exclusive neighbourhoods in prime central London locations. The Beau Brummell will be their first venture into St James’s.

Tony Gualtieri, Managing Director of Cubitt House said: “We are very excited to be opening in St James’s Market and establish ourselves in the local community with The Beau Brummell. The pub will offer an extensive focus on wine including a special range from the best British producers as well as fine ales, crafted cocktails and a locally sourced, farm-to-fork food offering available from breakfast through to dinner.”

St James’s Market, a joint venture between The Crown Estate and Oxford Properties, is the one of a kind shopping and dining district situated between Regent Street St James’s and Haymarket. Flagship retail from Aspinal of London, SMEG, Paul & Shark, ASSOS and Jigsaw St James’s Emporium sit alongside bespoke restaurant concepts from Michelin awarded Aquavit and Ikoyi, eponymous restaurant Scully St James’s, Duck & Waffle Local, ‘O ver and casual coffee venues Ole & Steen and Urban Tea Rooms.

Commenting on behalf of the joint venture partners, Oliver Smith, Head of St James’s at The Crown Estate, said“We’re delighted to welcome these exciting brands to St James’s Market and to continue to broaden our unique mix of retail and dining. The addition of Snow Peak and Beau Brummell will further enhance the reputation of St James’s Market, and ensure we are a destination which is known for offering experiences which cannot be found anywhere else in London.”

Davis Coffer Lyons and Colliers International are join agents at St James’s Market advising The Crown Estate on it’s F&B leasing strategy.