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Jermyn Street has become well known for its gentlemen’s clothing shops, in particular for its men’s shirt makers, and is situated in the upmarket St James’ area of Westminster. Jermyn Street is named after the 1st Earl of St Albans, Henry Jermyn, who created the street as part of his wider development plans in 1664. Once home to Isaac Newton among other well-known people, Jermyn Street is located close to a variety of sights and attractions. There are many art galleries in the immediate area, including Hauser & Worth and the White Cube Mason’s Yard. Leicester Square and the West End are just minutes away on foot, so you will always be close to a vibrant entertainment scene.
Jermyn Street is best known for its wide range of gentlemen’s outfitters and shirt makers, so you will find many menswear shops and tailors here. There are also other businesses that have taken office space in Jermyn Street, such as property developers, financial services providers, recruitment agencies and accountants, among others. Tiger Recruitment, Apax Partners Holdings Ltd, Red Commerce and SPARK Ventures are all companies with offices and headquarters on or near Jermyn Street.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Entertainment options are varied and exciting in this area, with Jermyn Street in the neighbourhood of many top venues. If you enjoy jazz music head to Pigalle, where you can enjoy a 40s themed experience, the Comedy Store is just around the corner, putting on shows from excellent live comedians. Many theatres are also on the doorstep so you can head out for an evening of cultured entertainment. There are also many restaurants and dining establishments to choose from around Jermyn Street. You can enjoy traditional British dishes at Rowley’s, sample Pan Asian cuisine at Cocoon or try the delicious Japanese food at Yoshino.
Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square tube stations are both exceptionally close to Jermyn Street. The closest mainline services are to be found just a short walk away, at Charing Cross or Victoria stations. You will find a number of secure parking facilities within easy reach, which is convenient if you are planning to drive. You can also easily access bus services and taxis from here.