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Cafe in the Crypt. This central London café is the perfect place to escape from a busy day out in the capital.
Clos Maggiore is an oasis of calm in the heart of Covent Garden. Influenced by the stylish country inns of Provence and Tuscany the unique interiors create an unparalleled warmth and intimacy.
The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town – The entrance is the one that looks like a big SMEG fridge door, which is discovered by a revealed location on a blackboard outside.
Spend a Warm Night at an Iconic Sky bar, Vista at the Trafalgar Hotel.
In the year Napoleon opened his campaign in Egypt, Thomas Rule promised his despairing family that he would say goodbye to his wayward past and settle down. No sooner said than he opened an oyster bar in Convent Garden. To the surprise and disbelief of his family, his enterprise proved to be not only successful but lasting.
The legend has it that Fidel Castro once was a shareholder at Bar Cubana
At Duke’s Hotel on St James Place, the bartenders pride themselves on making the best Martini’s.
On the top floor of the National Portrait Gallery is an 80 seat restaurant which offers stunning views over London popular at lunch and pre theatre crowds.
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