our friends in St. James's
We are incredibly proud of our neighbourhood of St. James’s. We have the pleasure of being surrounded by some of the very best makers, artisans and provisioners in the world and we are privileged to call them our friends. When you next pay us a visit we wholeheartedly recommend you drop in on some of our neighbours.
Berry Bros. & Rudd is Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant, having traded from the same shop since 1698.
Today the company also has offices in Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong, a Wine School and an exclusive fine wine and dining venue in London’s St James’s. We are honoured to hold two Royal Warrants for H.M. The Queen and H.R.H. The Prince of Wales.
A visit to their iconic store at 63 Pall Mall when in town is a must.
Revered for centuries-honed craftsmanship, their innovative designs have graced the heads of some of the greatest figures in history. Admiral Lord Nelson wore a Locke & Co. bicorne into the Battle of Trafalgar. Sir Winston Churchill adopted their Cambridge and Homburg hats as his trademarks. Dashing author Oscar Wilde was a fan, while the equally debonair Beau Brummell procured Locke & Co. hats as part of his sartorial repertoire. How’s that for a roll call of clients?
D. R. Harris was founded in 1790 and has been operating in the St. James’s area of London ever since.
We are specialists in traditional gentleman’s grooming products, particularly our shaving soaps, creams, aftershaves, colognes and skincare products. We also have a wide range of unisex haircare products, skincare lines and soaps. Alongside this impressive range we are also the oldest pharmacy in London for which we hold the Royal Warrants to Her Majesty the Queen and HRH The Prince of Wales.
For over two centuries Truefitt & Hill, recognised as the finest traditional gentlemen’s barber and perfumer in London, has provided discerning gentlemen with only the finest in grooming products and services.
Established in 1805, Truefitt & Hill remain the world’s oldest barbershop as stated in the Guinness Book of records and are barbers and Royal Warrant holders to H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh. Today’s product offering is the result of over 212 years of research and intimate customer relationships. Gentlemen deserve the best in everything they do. If you are looking for the finest in men’s grooming, we are confident you will find Truefitt & Hill’s unmatched product quality and prestigious tradition unrivalled.
James J. Fox have been trading in fine tobacco and smokers’ accessories from 19 St James’s Street since 1787 and their customers have included discriminating smokers from all walks of life – from commoners to kings, including Sir Winston Churchill, and Oscar Wilde.
This world famous tobacco business started with Robert Lewis, who began trading fine tobacco in St James’s Street in 1787. James J Fox was formed in Dublin in 1881 and opened its first tobacco shop in London in 1947. Fox acquired the business of Robert Lewis on 14 September 1992, uniting two of the most respected names in the cigar world. Both companies now trade as JJ Fox (St James’s) Ltd and run the cigar departments of Harrods and Selfridges.The shop on St James’s street is among the very few shops to be exempt from the smoking ban. It is therefore possible to enjoy your purchase in the shop at St James’s Street as a sample with the view to buy more if you wish. The St James’s Street store holds the largest walk in humidor and also the largest sampling lounge in the United Kingdom.
Davidoff of London has been serving London’s cigar connoisseurs at the Davidoff London shop on St James’ Street since 1980.
Opened by the legendary Edward Sahakian, this iconic destination for cigar aficionados carries a wide range of current and vintage cigars as well as smoker’s accessories and fine Scotch Whisky.