Uncovering the Best Celebrity-Owned Drinking and Dining Venues

As Usain Bolt opens his first London restaurant, Tracks and Records in Shoreditch, we take a look at some of the best known celebrity owned bars and restaurants in the UK, some of which you may never have known about.

Tracks and Records, London - Usain Bolt
This restaurant and bar is the world's fastest man's fourth opening, but the first outside of Jamaica. It serves up a taste of authentic Jamaican street food, combined with music and dancing.

Nobu London - Robert de Niro
Initially opening in New York in 1994 with De Niro's cash injection, the restaurant now boasts 29 restaurants globally, with two venues in London, including Old Park Lane's Nobu London.

Pharmacy 2 - Damian Hirst
In partnership with chef Mark Hix, Damian Hirst has given Pharmacy 2 a full interiors overhaul to create this chemist-themed restaurant in Vauxhall, London.

The Parrot at The Waldorf Hilton, London - Idris Elba
Having already proved successful as nearly everything he touches, including TV, Hollywood, film director and even international DJ, Idris Elba has now turned his hand to the drinks industry with the new bar, The Parrot in London.

The Walmer Castle, London - David Beckham and Guy Ritchie
Beckham and Ritchie have given this old London pub a complete 'Soho House' style makeover proving very popular with the locals and celebrity spotters alike.

The Royal Oak, Maidenhead - Michael Parkinson
Run alongside son Nick, heading up the kitchen, this pub has grown to high acclaim holding a Michelin star from 2010 to earlier this year, before recently losing the accolade.