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Covent Garden has some great pubs which is no surprise as it is such a great area of London to meet in. Particularly if you like traditional pubs you are spoiled for choice as Covent Garden has some of the oldest and most traditional pubs to be found anywhere in London.

There are lots of pubs that serve Sunday lunch and traditional British pub grub too so if you are looking for a reasonably priced place to eat and drink one of the best gastro pubs in Covent Garden is well worth considering as a destination.

For a list of Covent Garden pubs you can view our Covent Garden pub guide (https://forbidden.london/london-guide/covent-garden/pubs) we have also recently created a blog post about our top picks for the best pubs in Covent Garden (https://forbidden.london/london-blog/best-pubs-covent-garden).



Covent Garden Piazza is always open, but the shops usually operate between 10am and 8pm Monday to Saturday and on Sunday from around 11am to 6pm. The Apple Market is open from 10am until 6pm and the East Colonnade Market is open from 10:30am until 7pm.



There is Pay & Display parking on the streets off the Piazza - Henrietta Street, Southampton Street and Tavistock Street. There is also an NCP car park on Drury Lane.



You can view a list of shops in Covent Garden, including information about offers, by viewing our Covent Garden shopping guide (https://forbidden.london/london-guide/covent-garden/shopping-in-style#businesses)


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Blue Plaques in London

Joseph Paxton Blue Plaque - On this site stood  Rockhills  The Home of   Sir Joseph Paxton 1852 - 1865  Sir Henry Buckland 1922 - 1956
William Curtis Blue Plaque - In a house on this site  lived  William Curtis  botanist  B. 1746-D.1799
P Morley Horder And Fetter Lane Congregational Chapel, London Blue Plaque - Fetter Lane Congregational Chapel. Grade II Listed building. Designed by P Morley Horder in 1899 in an Arts & Crafts style. Named after Fetter Lane Church in the City of London (established in 1660) which moved to Leyton in 1894
John Francis Bentley Blue Plaque - John Francis Bentley 1839-1902 architect lived here
Jane Austen Green Plaque - Jane Austen 1775-1817 Novelist stayed here 1813-1814
George Orwell Blue Plaque - George Orwell 1903-1950 novelist and political essayist lived here

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