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|19 Henrietta Street|
All Bar One is a popular and part of a well known chain offering high standards of food, wine, beers, ciders and cocktails. Cosy niches for couples and group areas available too.
|9 Russell Street|
A popular and busy bar in the heart of Covent Garden this Belushi's offers the best in live entertainment, and offers and promotions all year round! Happy Hour too!
|91 The Strand|
This is one of London's famous Victorian pubs. It has a rather grand interior with extensive use of dark and welcoming woodwork.
|81-82 Long Acre|
Fair play would, of course, come naturally to the Freemasons Arms since this is the very place where in 1863 The Football Association was founded. Students of football history will be very interested in the fine array of footballing photographs which adorn the pub, and they can watch the real thing on big screen TV.
|47 Villiers Street|
Wines and Ports are a speciality of the house and you will be spoilt for choice. With the added bonus of al fresco dining and eating you should not visit this area without calling into Gordon’s.
|5/6 Henrietta Street|
Henry's believes that they can offer a perfect venue for all your wining and dining needs in an ideal position at the heart of Covent Garden, just opposite the piazza.
|33 Rose Street|
This is undoubtedly one of London's best looking traditional pubs both outside and in. The pub has been in the present building since 1623- making it the oldest tavern in Covent Garden.
|41 Maiden Lane|
Sporting memorabilia adorn the walls and include a Montreal Canadians shirt, ice hockey stick as well as canoe paddle and a moose head. Canadian all the way!
|39 Bow Street|
Both the Marquess pub & restaurant offer an exciting menu & to compliment your meal you can enjoy a fabulous selection of wines and Young's finest real ales.
|8 James Street|
First of all the location is superb, being exactly in the middle of Covent Garden. The restaurant is lively and welcoming with a very attractive bar running the length of one wall.
|2 Bull Inn Court, Strand|
One of London’s oldest pubs, The Nell Gwynne was named after Eleanor ‘Nell’ Gwynne. Originally a fruit seller in Covent Garden, she later became one of the first female actors performing in the West End.
|29 Catherine Street|
Nell of Old Drury is but a few yards from the Opera Tavern. Both pubs have strong associations with Covent Garden's theatrical life and were at one time connected by a tunnel to the Theatre Royal.
|29/30 Bedford Street|
On entering one breathes in a rich aroma from the confectionery display and fresh bread, all of which are made on the premises. The 'salon de the' is a welcoming venue in which to enjoy these delights at a civilised pace.
|21-22 Maiden Lane|
This is a wonderful pub dedicated to supplying the discerning palate of London with the multifarious delights of Dublin’s Porterhouse Brewery. Food is served from 12pm with last orders 9:00pm.
|150/151 Drury Lane|
Established in 1852 in a former potato warehouse, this fine Victorian pub enjoys a corner location and provides a spacious, hearty, environment
|40 The Market|
A large pub occupying a cellar bar, ground floor and balcony overlooking Covent Garden Piazza. It is, therefore, a wonderful location from which to watch the street artists performing outside
|Waterloo Pier, Victoria Embankment|
The next nautical encounter is not the famous Cunarder but a very elegant Clyde pleasure steamer restored to her original elegance and now a bar, club and conference and events venue.
|The Market, 35 The Piazza|
Situated in the heart of Covent Garden, the Roadhouse confounds definition, sidesteps convention and remains at the forefront of the London party scene with its distinct style.
|1 Leicester Place|
Ruby Blue is a centrally located restaurant, nightclub and bar, overlooking Leicester Square in the heart of the West End. The décor is stylish retro-chic (with live music from the resident white piano), and the mood is relaxed yet intimate. No bookings lunch times, walk in only.
|90 St Martins Lane|
We begin with a journey back to Victorian times and the delights of truly splendid cut glass windows and mirrors, plush upholstery and a fine bar. Excellent pub food and Theakston's Best and Courage Directors.
|16-19 Upper Saint Martin's Lane|
Peter Stringfellow is very keen to boast of his Gentleman's Club not only providing entertainment and dancing but also providing high end cuisine with the Best of British menus.
|20 Upper St Martins Lane|
In the centre of Covent Garden, this is an ideal meeting point to start an evening out. Spacious, but retaining a sense of intimacy, the ground floor has a very pleasing, substantial bar, with an alluring array of bottles, a brass bar top and good elbow leaning ambiance.
Newly refurbished, the Tattershall Castle is now perhaps the largest of boat side bars/clubs. With an impressive 4 bars and nightclub, and a classy new look, be sure to check it out
|10 James St|
This wonderful traditional English pub in the heart of Covent Garden is a popular choice for visitors and locals alike serving excellent ales, ciders and a comprehensive selection of wines.
|40 Monmouth Street|
As one might expect of a theatrical pub, the Two Brewers looks the part. If one were to design a stage set as a pub it could very well look like this one
|33 Maiden Lane|
The Walkabout is a great Australian Bar valuing live music, sport, authentic Australian drinks and food and exceptional service encompassed in a genuine relaxed atmosphere. Reflective of Australia as a whole, Walkabout is part of the awesome spirit of Australia.
|24 James Street|
The present building dates from 1888 but there has been a 'White Lion' on this site since 1237. Despite being in a busy tourist location the pub retains traditional high standards.
Bottomless Week end Brunch with cocktails £45.00 pp or bottomless champagne £70.00. Bottomless drinks are served for up to 2 hours