Mens Grooming Guide

Dine at the best of the best


June saw the culinary equivalent of the Oscars as The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016 list was announced at a star-studded ceremony at Cipriani Wall Street, New York, Featuring 23 countries across six continents, including new London entry The Cove Club which was this year’s highest new entry at 26. Feast your eyes on a the list and a few of the signature dishes.


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Piazza Mafalda di Savoia 10098 Rivoli, Italy
+39 011 9565225

After establishing their first barbershop in London’s creative hub of Shoreditch in 2006, they have wanted to re-imagine the masculine luxury of the capital’s Victorian male grooming establishments. An environment for men wanting to release their dapper potential that was less sterile than a unisex salon but still used highly skilled stylists to deliver the finest and latest hair cuts. A stylish and welcoming haven for a modern gentleman to take the time to relax, have a beer or whisky and build a relationship with his barber.

Now with six shops across the city, all offering unique barbering services and extensive offering of gent’s grooming tools and accessories.



Schauenstein Schloss Restaurant Hotel, Schlossgasse 77, CH-7414 Fürstenau, Switzerland
+41 81 632 10 80

Whether you are looking for a shave, a haircut or an all out facial, Gentlemen’s Tonic is a grooming haven for any man in the city.


The Refinery

630 Bedford Road, Tarrytown, Pocantico Hills, New York 10591, USA
+1 914 366 9600

The Refinery is London’s one-stop Grooming Emporium for men. Established in January 2000 they offer barbering, skin care and spa treatments in exclusive luxury retreats in Mayfair, Harrods and Knightsbridge. Combining the comfort and atmosphere of a gentlemen’s club with the vitality and sense of well-being of a health spa, The Refinery provides an environment where clients can relax, unwind and feel revitalised.



Ctra. Las Marinas, Km 3 Urbanisation El Poblet, 03700 Dénia, Alicante, Spain
+34 965 784 179

Since the launch of its first shop in 2003, Groom has been turning heads on both sides of the Atlantic. Catering for both men and women, this is “the smart one-stop approach to beauty” according to Vogue magazine.

Luxurious and efficient, Groom is renowned for its hour-long treatments, where two therapists work at the same time following a carefully choreographed routine. The signature weekly Groom hour, including facial, manicure, pedicure and brow tidy costs £105.

Half hour packages and individual treatments are also available.



80 Rue de Charonne, Paris 11
+33 1 4367 3829

In a bijou, mirror-walled space hidden beneath the Nicky Clarke hair salon, the Gentleman’s Grooming Vault is dedicated to the classic wet shave and haircut. Established by Kelly Simpkin, a former banker, it’s aimed at men who like to be pampered but don’t necessarily like to admit to it. Watch a film, listen to music or just do nothing and daydream while being groomed to perfection. Rumor has it their clients have included everyone from Kevin Spacey to jeweller Stephen Webster.