EAT, DRINK AND BURBERRY
They say you shouldn’t shop when you’re hungry and luxury fashion brands have taken note. Cavalli and Gucci both have decadent cafés, there’s an Armani Ristorante, and now Burberry, too, has its very own restaurant. The British company opened its first café this week, named after Burberry’s founder, Thomas Burberry. Located inside the flagship store at 121 Regent Street in London, its menu features classic British staples with a modern twist, like lobster and chips, from the finest suppliers in the United Kingdom. After their repast, diners can shop the store for Burberry home furnishings and accessories, and even have them monogrammed and gift-wrapped.