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The Shop in Covent Garden offers handpicked collections of homeware, furniture and gifts curated by the Petersham family, including one of a kind, hand crafted pieces and exquisite antiques. Staying true to Petersham Nurseries’ origins, the Shop is a green space, abundant with specialist indoor plants and magical floral displays along with artisanal gardening tools.
Tucked away near Seven Dials is this colorful courtyard lined with restaurants and shops, such as the popular Neal's Yard Remedies health and beauty store.
An upmarket department store headquartered and established in Piccadilly in 1707, specializing in tea and fine home goods.
Elaborate shopping emporium with glittering Egyptian Room and acclaimed Food Hall.
A secret bar in Soho that mimics a tube station and transports guests back in time to post-war 1940s.
Inspired by its colorful history of scandal and infamy, Disrepute combines timeless qualities and Sixties counterculture with London’s exciting cocktail scene of today.
Pataphysical bar offering a range of literary and experiential discussions... and cocktails.
Classic, iconic public house serving beer, wine & cocktails in a 3-floor setting.
Under railway arches, this industrial bar and shop with a patio offers draft and bottled beers.
Classic 'fancy drinks', large sharing brews and seasonal cocktails with dim sum in simple open bar.
Imagine a place filled entirely with flora and fauna collected from all over the world. A place created solely with the adventurous in mind. Serving cocktails and light bites inspired by strange and exotic botanicals and plantlife, it is a cocktail bar for the adventurous.
Much-loved minimalist bar in concrete cellar, serving potent classic cocktails.
No-nonsense chain bar specialising in the Scottish brewery's craft beers, with regular guest brews.
Traditional corner pub with mezzanine and fireplace, drawing a mixed crowd from Camden Market.
A whimsical basement bar reminiscent of a quirky living room on the corner of Charlotte Street.
Speakeasy cocktail bar with quirky wall ornaments and dressing-up boxes, plus vintage afternoon tea.
Gastropub with hanging baskets, light-filled bar and dining room with eclectic, daily-changing menu.
Flower-bedecked real ale boozer, filled with Churchill memorabilia, serving Thai noodles and curry.
Smart all-day cafe with homemade cakes and British/international snacks, plus a canopied terrace.
Flagship cafe of an artisan coffee roaster, with breakfast and lunch menus made using local produce.
Cheese shop with over 100 artisan European cheeses and imported charcuterie freshly cut to order, that also operates as a cafe.
More than 30 types of bread are offered at this chain bakery serving coffee, breakfast and lunch. Multiple locations in London.
Creative community of traders in arts, fashion and food, with a bar and Saturday stalls.
A Victorian street market popular on Saturdays for it's farmers market and lined with over 70 shops, cafés and restaurants.
A covered market established in 1321 with unique shopping and dining.
The Camden markets are a number of adjoining large retail markets, often collectively referred to as "Camden Market" or "Camden Lock", located in the historic former Pickfords stables, in Camden Town, London. It is situated north of the Hampstead Road Lock of the Regent's Canal.
A market bringing together small producers with local creatives and artisans, original independent retailers and a few well-known brands under one historic roof.
Shipping container, pop-up mall for independent and global, fashion and lifestyle stores and cafes.
A wholesale and retail food market and one of the largest and oldest food markets in London dating back to at least the 12th century.
A combined bascule and suspension bridge in London built in 1886 that crosses the River Thames.
Buckingham Palace is the London residence and administrative headquarters of the monarch of the United Kingdom. Located in the City of Westminster, the palace is often at the centre of state occasions and royal hospitality. It has been a focal point for the British people at times of national rejoicing and mourning.
Rotating menus feature traditional British fare & a diverse wine list in upbeat, white-walled digs.
Light-filled place in the neighborhood where locals and visitors alike can enjoy seasonal yet approachable French dishes.
Homemade pastas, gelato and interesting wines make for a simple formula at this easy-going Italian.
Exotic meats and insect sides in flamboyant restaurant with Buddhas, palms and peacock feathers.
Long-established venue for large portions of traditional fish and chips plus steamed seafood.
Sustainable ingredients and wines from the family farm in Sussex are served in a bucolic space.
A free international modern and contemporary art museum under the Tate galleries in London.
The world's largest museum of applied and decorative arts and design, as well as sculpture, housing a permanent collection of over 2.27 million objects founded in 1852.
The major park in Central London and the largest of four Royal Parks that form a chain from the entrance of Kensington Palace through Kensington Gardens past the main entrance to Buckingham Palace.