A gourmet street party on Wednesday (September 27) will celebrate a newly-pedestrianised boutique street with luxury food and an 8ft tall sherbert fountain.
The reopening of Motcomb Street, in Belgravia, will showcase the best of the area's fashion and food retailers , with stalls lining the street offering tasters.
The "Step onto Motcomb Street" party, which will run between 5pm and 10pm, will be opened by Marcus Wareing, founder and owner of Marcus Wareing Restaurants.
He will be joined by Alexandra Dudley, founder of Punch Foods and author of cookbook Land & Sea.
The event will feature a huge edible sherbert fountain, designed by sensory experience experts Bompas & Parr, and visitors can enjoy Motcomb Street's new free public Wi-Fi.
Joanna Lea, director of retail at Grosvenor Britain and Ireland, said they were excited to unveil the “revamping of Motcomb Street”.
She said: “We are delighted to reopen Motcomb Street in this way.
“Our investment to upgrade the street's public realm confirms our commitment to the retailers that make this part of our London estate so appealing.
“We have a vision to activate neighbourhoods with a better blend of retail, enterprise, luxury and interest that can grow our estate's appeal to workers, residents and visitors.
“The revamping of Motcomb Street will help us deliver that vision.”
Eateries such as The Good Life Eatery, Rococo Chocolates, The Fine Cheese Co and Pierre Herme will keep their doors open until 10pm during the party.
Music will be provided by live jazz and soul bands, including K.O.G, a Glastonbury favourite, and the Old Dirty Brasstards.
The Errol Douglas salon will take its hair styling services to the creative Secret Garden on Halkin Arcade, giving visitors a chance to try out the braid trend.
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