A day in Tweets: Regent Tweet London
- Liberty London // quite possibly the coziest warehouse in town. Its distinct architecture -the building’s constructed from the timbers of two ships- functions as a landmark, and it’s a must for lovers of luxurious goods. My fave? The superb smelling skincare products of R.E.N. Find them in the beauty hall on the ground floor of Liberty.
- Sebago // I like boat shoes, so I love Sebago. The flagship store on Regent Street offers a wide range of handcrafted shoes, and I especially loved the warm welcome and entertaining talks with the shop assistants. 10 points!
Superdry // the biggest Superdry store in the entire world, so if you’re a fan of the sporty brand, this place is a must-visit. The five-story shop offers everything for both women and men, and has the friendliest staff ever.
- Anthropologie // more than just a shop, Anthropologie exudes a lifestyle, which makes shopping here an adventure. The living wall, beautiful clothes and cute accessories are sure to make your heart beat faster.
- Aqua // how beautiful is this venue?? I imagine this restaurant to be the perfect date-place, with its dark interior, golden details and cozy tables. We indulged in 12 o’clock cocktails on the 5th floor rooftop, overlooking some of the city’s well-known landmarks (Hi London eye! Hi Gherkin!).
- Whole Foods Market Piccadilly Circus // this recently opened grocery store slash restaurant was packed with people, and I can see why. Besides stocking up on groceries, WFM offers all kinds of food, ready to be eaten. Go for the homemade lasagna like Katrin from ELLE België, indulge in pizza or go Asian with sushi like I did. Either way: yumz.
- Freggo // who doesn’t love ice-cream in the summer? Freggo offers its visitors the best in Argentine ice-creams. With a venue just off Regent Street, your ice-cream-fix is nearby! I had the white chocolate and banana split. WHITE CHOCOLATE FTW!
Tibits // Too bad I didn’t got the chance to stop by this place I discovered on last year’s Regent Tweet adventure, but it’s still a recommendation for the hungry shoppers. A vegetarian restaurant with self-service bar that lets you pile up as much on your plate as you want to is a win in my book.