Celebrating the great city that London is, the first of many London Lifestyle Awards took place at the glamorous Riverbank Park Plaza. Famous faces, press and London’s influential elite turned up to celebrate the capital and the businesses within.
With over 3,000 nominations for businesses across the capital, the judging committee shortlisted just over 100 finalists between the 16 categories and
then over 100,000 votes from Londoners to determine those who came out on top.
16 businesses picked up awards on the night and were honoured and celebrated for their contribution to London and its lifestyle:
London Men’s Fashion Retailer of the Year – Jeffery West
London Beauty Salon/Spa of the Year – MACS Salon
London Coffee Shop of the Year – Bar Italia
London Hotel of the Year – Sanctum Soho Hotel
London Food Market of the Year – Borough Market
London Cultural Attraction of the Year – Elephant Family
London Sports Attraction of the Year – Polo in the Park
London Health and Fitness Facility of the Year – The Third Space
London Live Music Venue of the Year – The O2
London Theatre Show of the Year – Les Misérables
Best Green Contribution to London – Recycle for London
London Restaurant of the Year – Crazy Bear
London Women’s Fashion Retailer of the Year – Sefton
London Bar of the Year – Aqua Spirit
London Club of the Year – Crazy Bear (Presented by Paul Negal from Metropol)
Outstanding Contribution to London lifestyle – 95.8 Capital FM’s Help a London Child (Presented by Johnny Hustler from Archant Life and Caprice)
With over 400 attendees, a great night was had by all. Celebrities that graced the red carpet, sipping on Tanqueray Gin’s sumptuous cocktails, included actor Caprice, Leslie Phillips, Meg Mathews, Michael Underwood, Jason Gardner,Cleo Roco and the host for the night was 95.8 Capital FM’s Drivetime DJ, Greg Burns.
An after-party was held at Zebrano Bar on Ganton Street in Soho where industry faces and celebrities alike including Julian Bennett, Anthony Coast, and Liz McClarnon danced to the early hours.