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Venues & Places

From world-class art galleries and institutions, to the West End’s best theatres, cinemas, hotels, restaurants and bars, find the venues you’re looking for with our business listings.




Lazinc is known for promoting artists that are thriving outside of the conventional contemporary art market, with the gallery co-founder being Banksy's ex-agent. It sits seconds away from the Royal Academy of Arts, and is a championing force for artists who transform the way art is made, curated and presented.

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Royal Academy of Arts


The Royal Academy of Arts is a world-renowned art institution based in Burlington House on Piccadilly, London. For over 250 years, the RA has existed to champion art and artists and offers a place where art is made, exhibited and debated. Enjoy their expanded campus with free displays, new spots to eat, drink and shop, and much more.

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The Ritz London


Located in the heart of London's cultural district, The Ritz London hotel boasts original, ornate Louis XVI interiors, 136 bedrooms and suites overlooking the Royal Green Park and Piccadilly. Serving afternoon tea in the spectacular Palm Court, cocktails in the Rivoli Bar, luxury hotel stays, The Ritz Casino and a cigar shop and sampling lounge.

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BAFTA Piccadilly


BAFTA Piccadilly is located in the heart of London's original cultural district, sitting seconds away from the Royal Academy of Arts. The flexible space houses an exhibition curated by BAFTA, cafe serving homemade British food and event space that is open seven days a week.

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The Dilly


Set in the heart of London's West End, The Dilly complements the hotel's vibrant cultural and architectural surroundings. Seconds away from St James's, Piccadilly Circus, and Leicester Square, this luxury 5-star hotel boasts a stunning indoor swimming pool and spacious, elegant rooms for hotel guests. Plus, open to both guests and visitors, enjoy a superb meal in The Terrace restaurant overlooking Piccadilly, or a mouth-watering cocktail concoction in the Maskelyn & Cook bar.

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Haymarket Hotel


In the heart of London’s theatre district, the elegant Haymarket Hotel is surrounded by restaurants, bars, and is just next door to the Theatre Royal. Guests can enjoy a swimming pool, gym, and a spa with a range of treatments. Plus, sit back and relax in the Brumus Bar and Restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner menus.

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Fortnum & Mason


Since 1707, Fortnum & Mason has been home to extraordinary food, joy-giving things and unforgettable dining experiences. Situated on Piccadilly, it's the most luxurious department store in the world. Offering full range of luxury signature hampers and gift boxes, sweet and savoury treats, and gifts for every occasion.

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Radisson Blu Edwardian, Hampshire


Combining historic red brick architecture with contemporary interiors, Radisson Blu Edwardian, Hampshire is a five-star boutique hotel set on London’s iconic Leicester Square. The hotel’s location is perfect for exploring the capital’s famous landmarks, such as Covent Garden, Soho, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus. Featuring a contemporary Mexican and Peruvian restaurant and an Art Deco-inspired lounge bar, the hotel’s Leicester Square location also makes it a prime spot for people watching during red carpet film premieres.

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Leicester Square Kitchen


Serving contemporary Mexican and Peruvian dining in London’s most iconic square, Leicester Square Kitchen showcases an exquisite selection of small plates, entrées and specialities, alongside reserve wines and signature cocktails.

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The May Fair Hotel is set in the heart of one of the most sought-after addresses in the world. Proud to be the Official Hotel to London Fashion Week, The May Fair enjoys some of the largest bedrooms in London, including an iconic collection of suites, world-class food and drink in Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, May Fair Kitchen, a vibrant bar, secluded terrace, stunning event spaces and tranquil spa.

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May Fair Kitchen


As the Flagship Kitchen, May Fair Kitchen showcases the best of Spanish and Italian small plates, while also embracing our signature Peruvian, Mexican, Japanese and Mediterranean dishes from sister restaurants Monmouth, Leicester Square, Peter Street and Bloomsbury Street Kitchens. Complemented with the finest wines and signature cocktails, discover the art of shared dining in exclusive Mayfair.

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May Fair Bar


Located in the heart of London's luxury quarter, the May Fair Bar is the ideal place to refuel before or after visiting one of Mayfair's many art galleries. Serving signature cocktails and pan-Asian small plates, there's something to make everyone's tastebuds dance with delight.

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45 Jermyn St.


A destination restaurant in the heart of St James’s. The exquisite dining room and bar brings back the golden age of glamour and service for a contemporary London. Open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, they serve an innovative combination of familiar favourites and delicious surprises, across a menu inspired by the season and designed for a global palate.

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Maison Assouline

Bar, Retail

The international flagship store, serves as an oasis of culture in the heart of bustling Piccadilly and seconds away from Piccadilly Circus. Housed in the landmark building which was an old bank designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1922, it's one of the world's most beautiful bookstores. Pop-in to refuel at the elegant Swans Bar, pick-up unique books and gifts, and enjoy special events in this historical setting.

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Ham Yard Hotel


In the midst of Soho and moments from Mayfair, Ham Yard has an urban village feel. The hotel revolves around a leafy courtyard with a bronze sculpture centrepiece by Tony Cragg. Interiors are designed by Kit Kemp in her award-winning modern British style. Alongside the hotel's 91 individually designed bedrooms and suites are 24 apartments, 13 boutiques and a restaurant and bar, there is a drawing room and library, rooftop terrace, spa and gym, theatre, private event rooms and bowling alley.

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Farzi London


Sitting seconds away from Piccadilly Circus, Farzi London is a modern Indian bistro serving cutting edge, avant-garde Indian cuisine with a twist.

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W London


Sophisticated and quirky, experience luxury comfort and glamour at W London hotel in Leicester Square. With trail-blazing interiors, exceptional service, a vibrant cocktail bar and an intimate spa, it’s the perfect base for exploring the capital.

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Sofitel London St James


A Grade II listed building, the five-star hotel, Sofitel London St James lies in the heart of the prestigious district of St James’s. Combining traditional British design and contemporary French elegance, the hotel boasts 183 bedrooms, and an all-day café restaurant, Wild Honey St James; an elegant Rose Lounge, ideal for afternoon tea, and the chic St James Bar complete the experience along with an award-winning spa. With 12 versatile function rooms, the luxury hotel is equally perfect for leisure and business guests.

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Mr Fogg's Tavern


Located on the corner of New Row and St. Martin’s Lane, Mr Fogg’s Tavern lies in the heart of theatre-land. Left by Fogg’s late Aunt Gertrude to her loyal housekeeper Fanny McGee, her home has been transformed into a haven for art-lovers and theatre-folk to enjoy a selection of snacks and delicious tipples.

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Panter & Hall


Panter & Hall has two West End galleries, one in Pall Mall and the other in Cecil Court. After more than three hundred exhibitions and over a hundred art fairs, they have forged a solid reputation for dealing in art and artists of talent. Specialising in contemporary Scottish paintings and Modern British art, they also offer a large stock of mid-century art to the interior designer market.

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Mall Galleries


The national focal point for contemporary figurative art, and home to the Federation of British Artists, a major visual arts charity established in 1961. The Federation (FBA) comprises nine of the UK’s leading art societies, specialising in oil, portrait, marine, wildlife, watercolour, pastel, printmaking and sculpture. Many of the Mall Galleries exhibitions focus on contemporary representational art, each of them offering art for sale at affordable prices.

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Estiatorio Milos


Located in the heart of London in the Grade II-listed historical building previously known as British Columbia House, Milos London is a timeless, one of a kind destination steps from Piccadilly Circus. Since opening its doors in 2015, Milos London has become an institution and favourite destination for Londoners and tourists for the finest seafood in the United Kingdom.

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The Crystal Maze LIVE London Experience


The Crystal Maze LIVE London experience offers 70 minutes of frantic, frenetic, silly team fun. Relive the iconic 90's TV show in teams of up to eight people, aged 13 and over. Explore four different zones testing your teams skills, endurance and mental strengths. The more challenges you complete, the more Crystals you win and the more time you’ll have for the final test in … drumroll… The Crystal Dome.

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Empire Casino


Welcome to the Empire Casino, part of the Caesars Entertainment group, offering a gaming and entertainment space all under one roof. Plus, there's also the Carlsberg Sports Bar offering multiple screening of all sports, and the West End's best kept secret - Icon Balcony Bar – with a terrace overlooking Leicester Square, London's home of film and entertainment.

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Q-Park Chinatown

Car Park

Q-Park Chinatown is a clean, safe & secure car park in the heart of London's West End. Perfectly positioned if you're looking to park your car nearby whilst you enjoy the West End's iconic shopping destination and experience London's home of film. The facility is also a short walk away from West End Theatres, The National Gallery, Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square. Electric Vehicle charging points are available within the car park. Plus, there's also space to park your bicycle.

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Q-Park Leicester Square

Car Park

Q-Park Leicester Square is a clean, safe and secure car park in the heart of London's West End. Perfectly positioned if you're looking to park your car nearby whilst you enjoy the West End's iconic shopping destination and experience London's home of film. The facility is also a short walk away from West End Theatres, The National Gallery, Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square. Electric Vehicle charging points are available within the car park. Plus, there's also space to park your bicycle.

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Smeg Flagship Store


Smeg's new state of the art London flagship store is situated on the corner of the recently redeveloped St James’s Market. Located amongst the West End’s most exciting destinations. With an extensive range of large appliances, from ovens and cookers to fridges and dishwashers on display, the store also sells a wide range of small appliances and accessories, each with Smeg’s hallmark signature style and design.

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Zedwell Hotel, Piccadily Circus


Zedwell is a new lifestyle hotel in the heart of Piccadilly Circus that has been designed to promote positive sleep and wellbeing. Housed in the famous London Trocadero building, the hotel offers over 700 windowless rooms in Piccadilly Circus from as little as £69 per night.

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For over 75 years Franco’s has consistently provided a friendly, warm, welcoming sanctuary for everybody living, working and visiting St. James’s and Jermyn Street. The quality of food, hospitality and service has meant that Franco’s has remained a firm favourite with so many who return time and time again.

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Wiltons was first established in 1742 by George William Wilton as a shellfish monger in London's Haymarket. In 1840 having moved to Ryder Street, Wiltons became a fully licensed restaurant. During the Second World War the restaurant was bought by the Hambro family and moved to Jermyn Street in 1984. Wiltons today has the same timeless elegance, passion and dedication to excellence it has always had, throughout the centuries!

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ODEON Luxe Leicester Square


The ODEON Luxe Cinema in Leicester Square is the first Dolby Cinema™ in the UK. Combining the most powerful image and sound technologies with inspired design to create a truly unforgettable cinematic experience. Sit back and relax in ultimate comfort with ODEON's luxury recliner seats as you immerse yourself in the very latest blockbuster films at ODEON’s flagship Luxe cinema. Plus, enjoy a pre or post cinema drink in the Oscar's Bar overlooking the leafy gardens of Leicester Square.

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The Hippodrome Casino


Discover the UK's largest and most popular casino and entertainment venue comprising three gaming floors, slots room, a Poker Stars deck, 180-seat cabaret theatre and London's number one steak house. Plus, enjoy a drink at one of the six resident bars, indoor smoking terrace, or heated outdoor terrace spanning three floors of this incredible casino.

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Prince of Wales Theatre


Prince of Wales Theatre, home to The Book of Mormon, is part of Delfont Mackintosh Theatre group which is owned by Sir Cameron Mackintosh and operates eight of the most prestigious theatres in London's West End. Designed by architect C. J. Phipps, in 1884 the theatre was initially known as Prince's Theatre.

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Visit Gaucho's Piccadilly steak restaurant and enjoy impeccable Argentinian steaks, with flavours of Latin America and a perfectly curated drinks list. This restaurant boasts a variety of unique spaces that soar over three stories. At ground level is a welcoming dining room with an adjoining weather-proof terrace. On the top floor of our restaurant, you’ll find a secluded cocktail bar and secret courtyard, inspired by the bar culture of Buenos Aires.

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The Cavendish London


Located in the very heart of St James's, on the corner of Duke Street and Jermyn Street, The Cavendish London has been a hotel on its present site since 1966, with a Cavendish Mayfair hotel having existed since the mid nineteenth century. Formerly owned by the remarkable Rosa Lewis – better known as the Duchess of Duke Street –the hotel is proud to continue providing contemporary and stylish 4 star accommodation in central London whilst sitting comfortably with its history amongst the elegant gentleman’s outfitters of Jermyn Street.

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London Coliseum


The London Coliseum is a multi-arts venue that welcomes everyone. With 2,359 seats it is the West End’s largest theatre. Designed by theatrical architect Frank Matcham, it opened in 1904 with the ambition of being the ‘people’s palace of entertainment’. Today the London Coliseum is home to English National Opera (ENO) and stages a wide variety of ENO operas, musicals, ballets and concerts. The theatre also offers guided tours throughout the year.

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The Wolseley


The Wolseley is a café-restaurant located in Mayfair, on London’s iconic Piccadilly serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and weekend brunch. Explore The Wolseley's online shop for the perfect present or indulgent treat for every occasion. Plus, discover their delightful range of gift hampers, candles, teas and coffees, silverware and much more.

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Aspinal of London


Aspinal of London is a quintessential English lifestyle brand. Discover handcrafted luxury leather goods for men and women including handbags, accessories and gifting ideas. Add a personal touch with their embossing and engraving service to create a truly unique gift. They use traditional hot presses and brass blocking dies to hand-emboss your chosen leather gift with a choice of gold or silver foil or blind embossing.

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Japan Centre


Japan Centre's flagship store combines the traditional elements of a ‘depachika’ (the Japanese word for a basement food hall) with a range of unique specialist rooms, all set around their open kitchens and central dine-in courtyard. It's the go-to destination for fans of Japanese food, culture, cooking and cuisine. As you enter off Panton Street, you’ll be welcomed through the sights & smells of their traditional Showaken Ramen Bar on the ground floor - a perfect pit stop after you've done all your shopping, before you head down to the depachika where your senses will be delighted as you explore a unique dining and shopping experience.

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Showcase works with the world's leading fashion and design houses to bring their members exclusive access to luxury sample sales in London, the UK and across the world. Passionate supporters of young British talent, the store provides a platform to showcase the next generation of British fashion brands and designers.

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Sadie Coles HQ is a London-based contemporary art gallery representing established and emerging international artists. The gallery opened in London in 1997 with an exhibition of new works by American painter John Currin, alongside a seminal show by British artist Sarah Lucas, presented offsite. At present, Sadie Coles HQ represents an intergenerational roster of 52 artists from across the globe.

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Sadie Coles HQ is a London-based contemporary art gallery representing established and emerging international artists. The gallery opened in London in 1997 with an exhibition of new works by American painter John Currin, alongside a seminal show by British artist Sarah Lucas, presented offsite. At present, Sadie Coles HQ represents an intergenerational roster of 52 artists from across the globe.

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Saatchi Yates


Saatchi Yates is a London based gallery representing and exhibiting breakthrough international artists.

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Apollo Theatre


The Apollo Theatre first opened its doors more than a century ago in February 1901. It is a Grade II listed building and one of the most well-known theatres in London’s West End. Based on architect Lewin Sharp’s design, Henry Lowenfield - a Polish-born British businessman and theatrical impresario - commissioned the building's construction. When the theatre officially opened, it became the 4th legitimate venue for theatrical performances to be built on Shaftsbury Avenue.

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Sondheim Theatre


Originally The Queen's Theatre, the Sondheim Theatre is a popular venue on Shaftesbury Avenue in London's West End and home to the international award-winning musical, Les Misérables. When the theatre opened on 8th October 1907, it was a twin to the Hicks Theatre, now the Gielgud Theatre. Both the theatres followed W. G. R. Sprague's design.

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Geilgud Theatre


The Gielgud Theatre was opened on 27th December 1906 as the Hicks Theatre in honour of actor, manager and playwright Seymour Hicks, for whom it was built. Designed by W.G.R. Sprague in Louis XVI style, the theatre is a pair with the Sondheim Theatre, originally known as the Queen's Theatre, which opened in 1907 on the adjacent street corner.

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Lyric Theatre


Opened in 1888, the Lyric Theatre is the oldest surviving theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue. It's now home to stage-show spectaculars including Six The Musical. C. J. Phipps built the theatre for the producer Henry Leslie, who financed it from the profits of the light opera hit, Dorothy.

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Garrick Theatre


The Garrick Theatre opened on 24th April 1889 with The Profligate, a play by Arthur Wing Pinero. In its early years, it specialised in the performance of melodrama, and today the theatre is a receiving house for a variety of productions. The theatre is named after David Garrick, and was designed by Walter Emden.

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Harold Pinter Theatre


The Harold Pinter Theatre opened in 1881 as the Royal Comedy Theatre and staged hugely successful shows, such as The Rocky Horror Show’s West End debut. The name changed in 2011 to The Harold Pinter Theatre in honour of Pinter’s work for the Comedy Theatre. The theatre recently produced Pinter at the Pinter, a series of one-act plays in celebration of Pinter himself.

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Noël Coward Theatre


The Noël Coward Theatre, originally known as the New Theatre, was built by Sir Charles Wyndham on St. Martin's Lane and opened on March 12, 1903. It was built behind the Wyndham's Theatre which was completed in 1899. In 1973 it was renamed the Noël Coward in tribute to the late Sir Bronson Noël Coward who had presided as its manager for many years. The building was designed by architect W. G. R. Sprague with an exterior in the Classical style and an interior in the Rococo style.

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Cath Kidston


Discover unique Cath Kidston prints to cover every aspect of your life from the flagship Cath Kidston store located on Piccadilly, a moment away from the Royal Academy of Arts. Offering beautiful homeware through to stylish bags, dresses and more, there's something to suit every budget.

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CIRCA is a digital art platform, showcasing art on London’s iconic Piccadilly Circus screen, Piccadilly Lights, for 2.5 minutes every evening to present new ideas that consider our world.

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St Martins Lane London


St Martins Lane London is a dramatic and daring evolution on English luxury. With warm sophistication and a tongue-in-cheek British flair, the hotel brings an air of excitement to Covent Garden.

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EllaMia, 45 St Martin's Ln, London WC2N 4HX

EllaMia is a joyous, sophisticated, and modern coffee brand that will transcend the ordinary by bringing a slice of Los Angeles’ craft coffee culture to London. From savoury snacks to sweet treats, protein shakes to coffee, and tea from Mariage Frères - Paris, EllaMia allows you to indulge your sweet tooth in a sophisticated craft coffee shop.

T: 020 7300 5588

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Open daily, 8.00am - 6.00pm

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Waterstones Piccadilly


London's largest bookshop, and a contender for the title of Europe's largest bookshop too, is the magnificent Waterstones Piccadilly.

Spread over six floors, with more than eight miles of shelves and more than 200,000 titles.

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Paxton & Whitfield


Britain's leading cheesemonger, sourcing and maturing exceptional cheeses for over 200 years. The Jermyn Street based cheesemongers hold Royal Warrants of Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen, and HRH The Prince of Wales.

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In 2018, Edward Bodenham, Perfumery Director and 9th generation family member of Floris became a proud member of the British Society of Perfumers, founded over 50 years ago, by perfumers, to help gain recognition and status in the fragrance industry.

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Hatchards Piccadilly


Founded on Piccadilly in 1797 by John Hatchard, Hatchards Piccadilly is the Oldest Bookshop in the United Kingdom and the Official Bookseller to the Royal Household.

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Estiatorio Milos


Recognised as one of the finest Mediterranean seafood restaurants in the world, Estiatorio Milos was founded by acclaimed chef Costas Spiliadis. Located Grade II-listed historical building previously known as British Columbia House, Milos London is a timeless destination, a mere stones throw from Piccadilly Circus. Since opening its doors in 2015, Milos London has become an institution and favorite destination for Londoners and tourists for the finest seafood in the United Kingdom.

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Aquavit London


Where the Nordic and quintessentially London collide. Aquavit comprises of food designed with a Scandi edge, defined by clean flavours and elegant presentation. This is clean-living, flavoursome food served in interiors that epitomise cutting-edge Scandinavian design.

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Heliot Steakhouse


Voted the Best Steak House in London and triple award winner of Best Casino Restaurant at the British Casino Awards, Heliot Steak House has become a West End legend. With a unique view, overlooking the main gaming floor at Leicester Square with the added bonus of the capital’s best value USDA prime steak, Heliot Steak House has attracted rave reviews for its inspired menu which draws on the history of the Hippodrome.

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Cineworld Leicester Square


Home to a vast array of film premieres, the Leicester Square Cineworld is London's flagship cinema.

Originally built in the 1800s as the Empire Theatre, it is the UK’s oldest commercial cinema and home of the stars. Located in the heart of Central London, this nine screen cinema is state of the art. Boasting a premium 375-seat Superscreen or giant 721-seat IMAX for a full sight and sound experience and with smaller screens for a more intimate setting.

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Prince Charles Cinema


The Prince Charles Cinema is a repertory cinema just off Leicester Square showing a programme of cult, arthouse, and classic films alongside selected recent Hollywood releases. Known for sing-a-long and quote-a-long screenings of films with iconic and beloved dialogue. The cinema has achieved a cult status amongst fans, and is the only independent cinema in the West End.

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Vue Cinema Leicester Square


Located in the home of film and entertainment, Leicester Square. This multi-plex cinema comprises of nine screen and 1,388 seats. Dolby surround sound and Sony 4K Picture quality is fitted into each screen allowing you to immerse yourself fully in the sights and sounds of the movies. Vue also has the option to upgrade to a recliner seat, to get the true VIP experience.

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The Den at St Martins Lane London


Situated just off the lobby at St Martins Lane London, The Den is a modern gathering place and decompression zone for you to sit back and unwind in. The décor is warm and sophisticated with a tongue-in-cheek British flair – even the art on the walls is irreverent, animating the space with larger-than-life portraits and visual puns. It's the perfect spot to enjoy the new All-Day Dining menu, afternoon tea or sip on a Gin & Tonic.

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The Londoner Hotel


The world’s first super-boutique hotel opens its doors. In the heart of the West End, glistening in the corner of Leicester Square, The Londoner has arrived to bring luxury and second-to-none service to the city. 16 floors of luxury and 350 rooms, this urban resort is the perfect place for your next getaway. Breathtaking views, global cuisines, a wellness retreat, ballroom and meeting spaces – this hotel has it all.

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8 at The Londoner


Restaurant 8 at The Londoner is a decadent rooftop izakaya lounge that reimagines the informal and traditional Japanese style of dining and drinking. Three stunning spaces set the scene for a sophisticated rooftop experience above the capital’s most iconic neighbourhood.

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Thomas Goode & Co


Thomas Goode & Co was established in 1827 and has been based in London’s Mayfair for almost 200 years, and is delighted to now present their luxury tableware and gifts in this historic thoroughfare of Burlington Arcade.

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Poster Bar by José


London’s much-loved Spanish chef José Pizarro – has opened two new vibrant day offerings at the Royal Academy of Arts. On the ground floor of Burlington Gardens, the Poster Bar by José, is a café offering an informal drop-in menu of delicious tapas and drinks.

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José Pizarro at the RA


London’s much-loved Spanish chef José Pizarro – who owns and runs the acclaimed José Pizarro group of restaurants has opened a new vibrant day offering at what he describes as “London’s most precious and prestigious art space”: the Royal Academy of Arts.

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Whitcomb's at The Londoner


Welcome to Whitcomb’s– an ode to the French Riviera, serving simple yet elegant contemporary French cuisine with Mediterranean influences. A taste of sun and sea complemented by a light colour palette and fashion-inspired décor.

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The Gentlemen Baristas

Coffee House

The most gentlemanly of coffee houses has opened their flagship store on Piccadilly. The Gentlemen Baristas bring their principles of being well-mannered, magnanimous hosts and getting the most out of every bean.

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Joshua's Tavern


Leicester Square's neighbourhood tavern meets speakeasy gin apothecary has opened its doors in The Londoner. Named after Leicester Square local, Sir Joshua Reynolds the interior is reminiscent of the watering holes that the 18th-century portrait artist and venue's namesake, would have frequented in the area.

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Blind Spot London


Set behind the façade of a boutique tea counter and a secret golden hand-shaped handle is Blind Spot at St Martins Lane, a late-night speakeasy that offers guests bespoke and signature cocktails bursting with flavours influenced by the British Empire and its ancient tea trade.

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Koppel X


Opened by The Koppel Project under the Piccadilly Lights in Regent Street and within walking distance of prominent London landmarks, KOPPEL X presents an immersive botanical experience in the heart of the West End, offering an escape from the busy surrounds.

After years of operating across the city, The Koppel Projects tenth location will be transforming an empty space into a spectacle that incorporates elements of art and nature.

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