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La Fable
La Fable

239 Oxford Street, London, W1D 2LT

0.82km

Opened in February 2016, La Fable is the largest bakery in London.Fable is the perfect venue for almost any event,...Read more

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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

John Tallis Blue Plaque - John Tallis 1816-1876 Publisher of London Street Views lived here
Christopher Wren Green Plaque - St Lawrence Jewry is so called because the original Twelfth Century Church stood on the Eastern side of the City, then occupied by the Jewish Community.  That Church, built in 1136, was destroyed in the Great Fire of London of 1666  The building which replaced it was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1680.  Almost completely destroyed by fire in 1940 this time as the result of action by the King's enemies it was restored in 1957 in the tradition of Wren's building.  St. Lawrence Jewry is now t
Francis Place Blue Plaque - Francis Place (1771-1854), political reformer, lived here 1833-1851.
Norman Lockyer Blue Plaque - Sir Norman Lockyer 1836-1920 astronomer, physicist, and founder of Nature lived here 1876-1920
Blue Plaque № 6168 - Site of the 13th century Hospital of St. Anthony and of the French Protestant Church demolished 1840
George Orwell Blue Plaque - George Orwell 1903-1950 novelist & political essayist lived here

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