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Savoy Tea (at The Savoy Hotel)
Savoy Tea (at The Savoy Hotel)

Strand, London

Savoy Tea is a bijou tea store, located in the Upper Thames Foyer. Inspired by London’s Edwardian shopping arcades,...Read more

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Part of The Savoy Hotel

Taittinger Terrace
Taittinger Terrace

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Catherine Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5

The Taittinger Terrace is the best kept secret in Covent Garden - overlooking the bustling streets...Read more

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Paperchase (Piccadilly)
Paperchase (Piccadilly)

199 Piccadilly, London, SW1Y 6HY

0.6km

Paperchase is the UK’s undisputed leader in innovative, design-led stationery, cards and gift-wrap. We have been...Read more

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Carlo Anichini
Carlo Anichini

14 Piccadilly Arcade, London, SW1Y 6NH

0.73km

14 Piccadilly Arcade combines J B Tatam, a gift shop specializing in all aspects of male grooming including shaving...Read more

Shopping Gift Shops St James's Piccadilly Arcade

Charbonnel et Walker (Old Bond Street)
Charbonnel et Walker (Old Bond Street)

28 Old Bond Street, London, W1S 4QF

0.8km

Charbonnel et Walker has been established as Britain's master chocolatier since 1875. In that year The Prince of...Read more

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Smythson of Bond Street (New Bond Street)
Smythson of Bond Street (New Bond Street)

40 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2DE

0.9km

Frank Smythson opened his first shop on 29th September 1887 at 133 New Bond Street. His trade card described his...Read more

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Coach (New Bond Street)
Coach (New Bond Street)

39-42 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2SQ

0.9km

Women's fashion, men's fashion, leather & craftsRead more

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Halcyon Days
Halcyon Days

27 Royal Exchange, Threadneedle Street, London, EC3V 3LP

1.55km

A business of tradition with a team of highly skilled craftsmen and master artists employing refined techniques and...Read more

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FAQs about Covent Garden and Gift Shops in London


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

Antonio Canal Blue Plaque - Antonio Canal called Canaletto (1697-1768) Venetian painter lived here
Boris Karloff Blue Plaque - William Henry Pratt alias Boris Karloff 1887-1969 actor was born here
Henry Watson Fowler Blue Plaque - Henry Watson Fowler 1858-1933 Grammarian and lexicographer lived here 1900-1903
John Betjeman Blue Plaque - Sir John Betjeman 1906-1984 poet lived here 1908-1917
Cecil Hepworth And James Williamson Green Plaque - Between 1897-1915 Cecil Court became the heart of the early British film industry and was known as Flicker Alley. British film pioneers Cecil Hepworth & James Williamson had offices here, alongside international companies such as Gaumont, Nordisk and Vitagraph
Bermondsey Abbey Blue Plaque - Bermondsey Abbey founded as a priory of the Order of Cluny stood here 1082-1538

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