28-50 Marylebone is a relaxed, wine-focused bar and restaurant offering a seasonally changing modern European menu and over thirty wines by the glass, carafe and bottle at exceptional prices. Spread over two floors, the venue features two dining rooms and a 12-seater bar. Whether you drop in for a drink or to dine you'll have a really special time at 28º – 50º. We also offer 'al fresco' dining and our private room is available for events, celebrations or corporate get-togethers. As for indulging your passion for wonderful wine and food, you're sure to find something to whet your appetite in our year-round programme of wine tasting events, workshops and themed dinners.
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Venue Details & Map
15-17 Marylebone LaneMaryleboneLondonW1U 2NE
- Public transport:
- Bond Street, Underground
My friend discovered this wine bar and after checking it out last night, I'm very glad she did. Not only does this bar have a very chic ambiance, their wine list is varied and offers multiple sizes, including 75 ml, allowing one to enjoy many different wines if their heart isn't set on just one or two. This quite honestly was my favorite part, as it is rare to have that option these days. I...more
28-50 is a mix of wine bar and restaurant and is part of a collaboration between sommelier Xavier Rousset and chef Agnar Sverrisson. They also work together on the more upscale and fine dining restaurant Texture (Michelin starred). They currently of three locations of 28-50 and this is my favorite one. The space is very nice with large windows and it gives a more spacious feel. It is also very...more
This little wine bar and restaurant dies pretty much everything right. From the friendly and helpful staff to the industrial chic of the decor, it just feels very classy and upmarket.
The wine selection is amazing and so well put together that you can tell the wine director knows their stuff.
Wine in any case is the main attraction with a wide range available to suit any palate.
That is not...more
This restaurant is just too "cute". It punches above its weight for the pint-size triangular corner it occupies on Marylebone Lane. The wine selection lives up to what you would expect from an enoteca.
Food is pretty good too. Best dishes - lobster salad, seafood platter, steakmore
The World Cup allowed me to get a table here, I think. Normally when I walk by it's full and even as a solo diner (because I am a loser like that) they can't fit me in. This past Monday, I had my choice of like 10 tables...which is impressive considering I think they only have like 15 tables.
I didn't count. That's just my Rainman assessment.
No wine for me at the wine workshop. I know...more