Guide to... Royal Warrant Holders on Piccadilly
Popular Nearby Streets & Areas: Albemarle Street (0.16km) Berkeley Street (0.11km) Dover Street (0.12km) Shepherd Market (0.18km) Burlington Arcade (0.18km) Arlington Street (0.1km) Clarges Street (0.12km) Half Moon Street (0.09km) Queen Street (0.19km) Stratton Street (0.07km)
Fortnum & Mason (Piccadilly)Top Pick
A fixture in Piccadilly since 1707, Fortnum's is an essential London destination for all in search of extraordinary...Read more
Home to: The Gallery (at Fortnum & Mason), The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon (at Fortnum & Mason), The Parlour (at Fortnum & Mason), The Wine Bar (at Fortnum & Mason), 3 & 6 Bar (at Fortnum & Mason) and 45 Jermyn St (at Fortnum & Mason)
Burberry (New Bond Street)Top Pick
Established in 1856, Burberry is a global British luxury brand with a heritage of innovation, craftsmanship and...Read more
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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FAQs about Piccadilly and Royal Warrant Holders in London
Piccadilly Circus is one of the busiest areas of central London so unsurprisingly there is lots to see and do in the nearby area.
There are a few different theories about where the name Piccadilly originated and new theories are periodically touted. The debate has in fact gone on for hundreds of years which shows the significance of the area. There is an excellent description of the different theories available to read on British History Online (https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vols31-2/pt2/pp32-40).
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