Hmmm - how to say it? Answer: ‘Marry-Leh-Bon’, although the most commonly used pronunciation is ‘Mar-le-Bone’. This is central London, tucked behind Oxford Street. Back in the day, the area was an 18th century hotspot for ‘raffish entertainments’. If you challenged someone to a duel, this is where you came to fight it out. Today it is terribly fashionable and deservedly so because it is a great place in which to hang out. Basically a series of miniature villages sitting pretty much side by side: Portman Village, Marylebone High Street, Lisson Grove to name but a few. The High Street has a fabulous butcher, and several bakers and candlestick makers- all as chic as chic can be.
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