Ralph’s Coffee & Bar

Early this year, Ralph’s Coffee & Bar announced that the closed-off section of the Polo Ralph Lauren shop on Regent Street was officially its new home. Though rumors and speculation had swirled for weeks, Ralph’s Coffee & Bar marks the first time that the eponymous label has opened one of its own restaurants in British’s high-end Mayfair neighborhood. The cafe pulled inspiration for its design from its sister destinations all over the world: its cozy destination in Paris, and both the charm and sophistication of both its New York establishments.

Using the same decorative style that has been a mainstay of the brand since its launch decades ago, Ralph’s Coffee & Bar utilizes rich green fabrics, saddle leather, equestrian accents, dark wood panelling, and an endless supply of polished brass in its intimate Mayfair location. With seating for under 40, the restaurant maintains its exclusivity even though it’s open to the public.

With an impressive resume of cocktails and caffeinated drinks, Ralph’s Coffee & Bar stays true to the theme of its name, but well-thought-out menu boasting breakfast, shared plates, snacks, and light meals (including sandwiches, salads, and cheesecakes) encourage guests to stay and eat while they drink. An exclusive look featured in GQ magazine takes a deep dive into the liquors and pours at Ralph’s, like the namesake Ralph Lauren Regent Street Sour.

Ralph’s Coffee & Bar is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. (taking reservations between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. only), and on Sundays from 12 p.m. until 6 p.m. (taking reservations from 12 noon until 3 p.m).

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