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Opening hours on Jermyn Street

Mikael

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I'll be spending two days in London on business, and I can either hit Jermyn St on the evening of the first day, after 5pm, or then on the morning of the second day, before noon.

So, I was just thinking, how are the shoe and shirt stores of Jermyn St open, should I go there in the morning or in the evening?

Also, are any of the shops open on Sunday? I'll be flying in on Sunday, so that's an option as well...
 

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If you visit the various vendors websites and follow links to the stores you can usually (not JLP) find the opening times. Never been on a Sunday I'm afraid but I suspect not.

Lewins is 9-7 (they take a lot of unfair stick here in my opinion, at 4 shirts for £100 or £90 with a corporate voucher they're a good everyday shirt).

Barker's certainly doesn't open till 11 which I'm pretty sure is later than the others (I certainly dropped into Edward Green while Barker's was closed).
 

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I don't remember when they open but I do recall that many stores closed quite early compared to what I was used to in the US.
 

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Most of Jermyn St is shut on Sundays and they close by 6pm most weeknights (Thurs may be an exception)
 

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Google + this = the answers.
 

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Closer to 10am would probably be best.
 

Mikael

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Thanks for all the replies, this was very helpful. Esp the Jermyn St link, didn't know such existed - thank you very much, Kentishman...
 

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No worries – bonne chance.
 

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I was surprised to find everyone closing up at 6... in Paris 7 is more common.
 

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