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Reunion Restaurant

The Landmark Hotel
222 Marylebone Rd,
London NW1 6JQ

The Daffodil
18-20 Suffolk Parade,
GL50 2AE

The plush restaurant where Sherlock and John memorably reunite in The Empty Hearse is a location of two halves.

For the exterior, the frontage of the exclusive Landmark London Hotel is used. This 5 star restaurant and hotel is located on Marylebone Road - a mere stone's throw from the real Baker Street - and was originally named as the Great Central Hotel when it opened as a Victorian railway hotel. The hotel has two entrances - the northern one directly faces Marylebone railway station, reflecting the building's history, while the southern entrance directly faces onto Marylebone Road, and is the entrance seen onscreen in Sherlock.

For the interior, an altogether different location is used - The Daffodil in Cheltenham. Originally opened as a cinema in 1922, the restaurant and bar features Art Deco styling and a unique floor plan thanks to its picture house history. The restaurant itself occupies the lower level, while bar patrons overlook the space below from the mezzanine balcony. For plenty more information on the Daffodil, or to book a table, head to the restaurant website.

Episodes Reunion Restaurant has appeared in

The Empty Hearse (Episode 1, Series 3)

For The Landmark Hotel, the nearest Underground station is Marlyebone [Bakerloo], directly opposite the hotel.

For The Daffodil, the closest railway station is Cheltenham Spa, on the Bristol-Birmingham mainline and served by First Great Western.

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