As dusk turns to dark, the lounge and striking bar adorned with model peacocks will emanate energetic ‘elec-tropical’ sounds and Latin American tunes from the resident DJ programme. While it's worth visiting just for the fantastical interior, once you're there you'll want to stay for the cocktails; the expert bartenders know their stuff and are unafraid of throwing some rare and unusual ingredients into the mix. In summer months, ditch the pie and head up to the compact roof terrace. The London restaurant, located in a former Dover Street art gallery, follows hot on the heels of IT’s launch in Milan this April. The interiors have been created using up-cycled and re-utilised materials throughout. The deli at Lina Stores King’s Cross will be stocked with the very best Italian pantry essentials: salumi, cheeses, antipasti and fresh pasta to eat in or take away. Below are our choice of the best restaurants in Mayfair, followed by Mayfair's best bars and clubs. Note the new golden room with its gilt throne - the perfect hangout for exhibitionists and voyeurs alike. For mains, GQ recommends the pan fried turbot with peas and yellow datterini sauce, for a meaty but not too heavy respite from the preceding buttered plate of carbs. The breakfast menu will feature favourites including indulgent Eggs Benedict, Smashed Avocado on Sourdough and House Granola with Pomegranate and Yoghurt. A gastropub menu features alongside decent Sunday roasts and bar snacks. From January 2020, Sam’s Riverside will also be open for breakfast, brunch and Sunday supper. Opening on 1 November, Le Comptoir Robuchon will focus on Robuchon’s simple, light, small-plates style. New restaurants and bars openings in London in November 2019, ... London’s Best New Restaurant & Bar Openings: November 2019. If some venues are for letting loose, others are more about being seen - and few crowds grab the eye quite like those at Charlie in Mayfair. HIX restaurant at Brown's serves hearty dishes such as partridge and beef cheek, and, last week, celebrated Hix's range of Tonnix ports and wines, by pairing its rich and meaty mains with a selection from the Tonnix range. Tonnix' labels are playfully designed by none other than Tracey Emin – the perfect finishing touch. FOLIE a new restaurant and bar on Golden Square, where Soho meets Mayfair, is set to open on 11 November. More than 20 new traders will also open in an expanded produce zone, where you can shop the best fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, dairy and baked goods from expert traders. Named after the daughter of Biddy Mulligan – a legendary Dublin street seller – Daffodil Mulligan hopes to showcase her Irish spirit and hospitality in London’s East End. 20 New Change, St Paul’s EC4M 9AG; theivyasia.com, 2 TOKii, Marylebone Amazónico, a Madrid favourite with celebrities and socialites, will be opening its doors in Mayfair on 9 November. Discover down-to-earth drinking as well as pubs with an appreciation for fine wine and whisky. For the mains, the dover sole with a choice of sauces feels like you're eating tasty air, which means you have more than enough room to order deliciously sugary cinnamon doughnuts and the juicy panna cotta for desert. The revered Mayfair bar has swapped places with last year's winner, New York's Dante, which takes the No2 spot and The Best Bar in North America title. Behold: Drama, a hedonistic playground where every member of staff is a model, brought to you by the team behind Mahiki. Soft launch offer: 50% off food from 4-6 & 11-13 November. W1: the stomping ground of the rich and the famous. Working alongside John Nugent (Green & Fortune) and Tony Gibney (Gibney’s of Malahide), the Irish trio, who have over a century of hospitality experience collectively, have taken over the site previously known as Nuala in July 2019. Tuck in. 8 Southwark Street, Borough SE1 1TL; boroughmarket.org.uk, 12 Brother Marcus, Spitalfields The site will also feature a wraparound terrace for coffee, cocktails and cicchetti during the sunnier months. 2 Crispin Place, Spitalfields E1 6DW; brothermarcus.co.uk, 13 Cahoots, Soho Marking a significant move for the landmark luxury hotel, Booton, aged 26, will be The Grill at The Dorchester’s youngest ever head chef, and will be heading up an elite team of youthful and talented kitchen staff with Adam Nevin joining Booton as sous chef. Open from breakfast through to dinner, Head Chef Henrietta Inman, previously of Leyton’s neighbourhood restaurant Yardarm, will focus on simple seasonal dishes with produce and provenance-led cooking. We already have this email. The datterini is dainty and delicious. The menu has been curated by husband and wife team Sandro Silva and Marta Seco – two of Madrid’s best-known restauranteurs. Soft launch offer: 50% off food from 7-13 November, opening fully for dinner on 14 November and for lunch on 18 November. Or go for a slap-up meal away from the Michelin stars. 1 Crisp Walk, Hammersmith, London W6 9DN (additional entrance via the Riverside Studios); samsriverside.co.uk, 18 Chucs, Belgravia The Grill at The Dorchester will officially open from 12 November. Launching on 10 November, the vibrant and contemporary new venue will serve a mix of gourmet Mediterranean dishes showcasing the authentic flavours of southern Italy, courtesy of Chef Gennaro Esposito from two Michelin-starred Torre del Saracino in Sorrento. Lina Stores will open in King’s Cross on Friday 15 November, marking 75 years since the Italian delicatessen first opened in Soho. Having teamed up with long-time friend and collaborator, chef Andrew Hales to create the menu inspired by Judy’s Korean-American heritage, guests will find their take on ‘Korean Seoul Food’. The next stage in Borough Market’s evolution will see the arrival of The Borough Market Kitchen – a communal dining space serving up delicious hot and cold dishes from 20 stands, all prepared with fresh ingredients sourced from the market’s traders. It is the first permanent site from Lee and Sinead, who won My Million Pound Menu with BBQ Dreamz, their Filipino street food truck, earlier this year. It’s not all small plates and Michelin stars in Mayfair. The ground floor Ticket Hall has an old-school ticket window, repurposed station kiosk bar and a tobacconist and grocery store at the rear. A well known Mayfair pub and dining room just off Hay's Mews and around the corner from Berkeley Square Gardens – as prime Mayfair territory as a local boozer's likely to get. The Laundry, a new modern neighbourhood bistro and wine shop from award-winning hospitality entrepreneur Melanie Brown of The New Zealand Cellar at Pop Brixton, opens on Coldharbour Lane on Friday 1 November. Open for walk-ins from lunch until late evening, Wednesday to Sunday, Ugly Butterfly will offer a menu of snacks and small plates, such as de-boned crispy fried chicken feet with caviar, cheese doughnuts made with leftovers from the cheeseboard, lobster shell soup and retired dairy cow tartare, alongside a by-the-glass champagne list. Ember Yard opened back in 2013 and was instantly talk of the town for its wood-fire grilling and barbecuing methods associated with the Basque region in Spain. Obviously, we finished it, and still had room for the Apple tart to finish. Open for dinner during the week and also for lunches at the weekend, Peckham Cellars is the result of three Peckham locals, all experienced in hospitality, coming together to create a vibe that feels ‘like your coolest friend’s dinner party’. The Prince Akatoki London, 50 Great Cumberland Place W1H 7FD; theprinceakatokilondon.com, 3 IT London, Mayfair Already a legendary name on the Ibiza scene for its fine dining, Balearic beats and social concept, IT is now coming to London. The White Building, Unit 7, Queens Yard, Hackney Wick E9 5EN; silolondon.com, 10 Stoney Street, Borough Market Wash it all down with Rosso Rosmarino: Belvedere, Solerno Blood Orange Liqueur, fresh lemon juice, sage, grapefruit bitters and Bergamot zest. Tantalising the senses, the fully edible garden will be set up as a mini harvest allotment, a feast for the eyes as well as the palate. Thursday to Sunday, 11pm to 3am. Both The Ticket Hall and Control Room will serve a selection of top-notch nibbles like black pudding sausage rolls and mini scotch egg poppers after 5pm. In modern industrial surroundings designed by Finch Interiors, Brother Marcus Spitalfields will be an all-day space which seeks to continue the success of their restaurants in Angel and Balham.