Tuesday 13 April 2021

Baker Street Quarter Partnership - News of the Quarter


12 April 2021
News of the Quarter

Reopening Day In The Quarter

Today we celebrate the much anticipated and long awaited reopening of many of the Quarter’s businesses. We couldn't be happier to see the doors reopening of our well-loved retailers, along with outdoor hospitality, gyms, salons and beauty services...

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Selfridges Window Reveal
Selfridges has unveiled its new window displays, inspired by the pleasure and optimism found in nature, and opens it doors to customers today...
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Home Grown Membership Offer
Home Grown, the private members club for entrepreneurs, has kindly offered subscribers of this newsletter an exclusive discount...
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New Opening: Hästens
We’re pleased to welcome Hästens to the Quarter, and to celebrate they are holding two online events to help you get a better night's sleep...
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Twice Weekly Testing
Alongside workplace testing, the Government plans to offer rapid tests to everyone in England twice a week to help you and colleagues stay safe...
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Sleep Workshop
Aromachology with free oils from anatomē
27 April 17.00 - 18.00
Marylebone Entertains
From ice rinks to public executions...
28 April 12.30 - 13.30
Marylebone's Gardens
A tour of architecture, horticulture and gossip
10 May 12.30 - 13.30
Workplace Return
Tips and support for returning to the workplace
12 May 16.00 - 17.00
Waste Is Waste
Paper Round's top tips on reducing your waste
18 May 12.30 - 13.30
Fire Marshal Training
Advice and training by professional firefighters
18 May 9.30 - 12.30
Weekly spotlight: Roti Chai
Roti Chai's modern Indian soul food is available for Click & Collect (as well as home delivery if you're a local) before their reopening for indoor dining on 17 May. With restrictions easing, make the most of the Quarter's green spaces and pick up a Tikki-Wala Bun stuffed with pulled tandoori chicken, or a Spicy Bun Samosa for the vegetarians - it's the perfect lunch-on-the-go. 
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Did you know?
Next time you're passing Lacoste on Duke Street, don't forget to look down and watch out for the croc! This piece of public art recreates the brand's iconic emblem in a scarily realistic fashion...