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Gay Hussar
Gay Hussar

2 Greek Street, Soho, London, W1D 4NB

The Gay Hussar has served national specialities and the finest Hungarian wines for over 50 years. Our Hungarian...Read more

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Oxford Street borders four different districts of London, Soho, Fitzrovia, Marylebone, and Mayfair .



Oxford Street is located in the borough of Westminster in central London.

Oxford Street can be considered to form part of the districts of Fitzrovia, Soho and Mayfair .



The best nightclubs in London and their location is rather subjective as there are great clubs in different areas of London each with a different vibe. Mayfair tends to have the most exclusive celebrity clubs whilst east London is a little bit cooler.

Soho has some good places too although you won't rub shoulders with high society if you cross over Regent Street.



London's China Town is located in central London around Gerrard Street, close to Leicester Square. The nearest tube stations are Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus.



The main areas in London for the best London clubs are Mayfair and Soho. Shoreditch and East London are becoming increasing popular too.


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Gracie Fields Blue Plaque - Gracie Fields 1898-1979 singer and entertainer lived here
Horatio Nelson Blue Plaque - Horatio, Lord Nelson 1758-1805 lived here in 1798
Fanny Craddock And Apthorp, London Blue Plaque - Fanny Craddock 1909 – 1994. On this site until 1930 stood a house called Apthorp, birthplace of the famous TV cookery expert Fanny Craddock; born Phyllis Pechey
Blue Plaque № 7375 - The Centre Court was opened by HM King George V patron of The All England Lawn and Croquet Club on Monday 26th June 1922 Architect Captain Stanley Peach
Rowland Hill Brown Plaque - Sir Rowland Hill 1795-1879 postal reformer lived here
Black Plaque № 31631 - This building was the head office of W.H. Smith & Son from 1920 to 1976. The above sign was damaged by shrapnel from a German bomb during an air raid on the night of 10th October 1940.

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