Simon Parker Bowles to relocate Green's Restaurant & Oyster Bar

By Michelle Perrett

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Simon Parker Bowles to relocate Green's Restaurant & Oyster Bar

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Green’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar, the venue set up by Simon Parker Bowles, is to relocate to London’s West End with a more contemporary offer. 

On 23 April Green's will close its doors after 34 years due to The Crown Estate's redevelopment plans in St. James’s.

Last year Marlon Abela Restaurant Corporation (MARC) became the majority owner of Green’s Restaurant in partnership with Parker Bowles, the ex-brother in law of Camilla. 

MARC is planning to develop Green’s into a modern British restaurant with plans to expand the current clientele.

Parker Bowles will remain as the face of the restaurant and will return as the front of house host.

Founded in 1982 by Parker Bowles, Green’s Restaurant and Oyster Bar is seen as a British institution.

MARC's has a diverse portfolio of eight restaurants across London and the East Coast of the United States including the two Michelin-starred Greenhouse, Umu and Morton’s Private Members’ Club in London

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