Frieze London

Regent’s Park

4–7 October 2018

Social Wine and Tapas

39 James Street
W1U 1DL London

Social Wine & Tapas, Jason Atherton’s tapas restaurant and wine shop on James Street, Marylebone, joins Frieze London for the first time this year.

Executive sommelier Laure Patry has created a dynamic wine list offering quality, rare and fine wines sourced from around the world, alongside modern tapas and snacks from head chef Marcus Rohlen.

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