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Jermyn Street is a one-way street in the St James's area of the City of Westminster in London, England. It is to the south of, parallel, and adjacent to Piccadilly. It is known as a street on which the shops are almost exclusively aimed at the gentlemen's clothing market and famous for its resident shirtmakers such as Turnbull & Asser, Hawes & Curtis, Thomas Pink, Harvie & Hudson, Charles Tyrwhitt and T. M. Lewin. Gentlemen's outfitters Hackett and DAKS are also located on Jermyn Street, as well as shoe- and boot-makers John Lobb and Foster & Son. A number of other businesses occupy premises on the street, such as the men's luxury goods brand Alfred Dunhill, who opened its shop on the corner of Jermyn Street and Duke Street in 1907; barbers Geo.F. Trumper, and Taylor of Old Bond Street; cigar shop Davidoff; as well as Britain's oldest cheese shop, Paxton & Whitfield, trading since 1797. Forming part of the St James's Art District there are a number of art galleries in Jermyn Street including Ben Janssens Oriental Art, Guy Morrison & Titus Kendall, Harris Lindsay, S Franses Ltd, Simon Dickson Ltd, The Sladmore Gallery and The Weiss Gallery. Among the restaurants in the street are the historic Wiltons, the new Fortnum and Mason restaurant - 45 Jermyn St, the long established Rowley’s Restaurant and Franco’s. Tramp nightclub and the 70-seat Jermyn Street Theatre are also on the street.