Occupying an entire building on Redchurch Street, Barbour & Parlour is one of London’s funkiest destinations. One of the newest additions to the Soho House portfolio, it plays home to an array of points of interest. Upon arrival at the ground floor level, the sole objective is to relax and chill at the establishments restaurant/café where a delectable array of changing menus, spanning the entire day from breakfast to brunch, lunch to dinner and of course ones sneaky pastry needs throughout the day, delight all desired requirements. Amid the restaurant the B&P store gives customers an eclectic offering of interiors, leather goods, homeware and accessories, alongside a curated edit of Phaidon books.
Fitting in perfectly to it’s Shoreditch surroundings, Barber & Parlour captures guests long past the delicious coffee and tempting menus. Taking things up stairs to the first floor where The Cheeky Parlour accommodates all your quick-fix beauty needs. Mani/pedis and makeup applications, tinting and waxing, it’s the coolest and most exceptionally inexpensive way to feel beautified in no time in London. Walk-ins are welcome or you can book online.
Continuing the beauty theme and also on the first floor is Hair by Josh Wood. With a brand new team of colourists and stylists specifically trained for this extension of Wood’s infamous Landsdowne flagship, the salon offers the same distinct high-end expertise and flair but with relaxed rates to match Barber & Parlour’s overall chilled out vibes.
And not forgetting to treat the men in our lives, the final instalment of this destination type space is Neville Barber, a rustic but idyllic escape where men can find the quintessential shave and the spaces own brand self-care product range to delight in at home.
Accounting for all that is to be beautified, Barber & Parlour ends with a delight to top it all off, a night in the basement where Portobella Road’s Electric Cinema has set up their second home; a classic date night spot in a boutique screening situation where luxurious seats and side lamps play perfectly to the tune of movie watching with a cocktail or fine wine from upstairs in hand.