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Veeraswamy
Veeraswamy

99 Regent Street, Mezzanine Floor, Victory House , Mayfair, London, W1B 4RS

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Barbecoa

194 Piccadilly, Greater London, W1J 9EX

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Nando's (Glasshouse Street)
Nando's (Glasshouse Street)

46 Glasshouse Street, Soho, London, W1B 5DR

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Blue Plaques in London

Catherine Walters Blue Plaque - Catherine Walters (Skittles) the last Victorian courtesan lived here from 1872 until 1920
Benjamin Cotton Blue Plaque - Late 18th century Georgian terrace erected for wealthy merchants and businessmen. Extensive grounds now largely developed in the 19th and early 20th century. 694a once the home of Benjamin Cotton
FitzRoy Somerset Black Plaque - Lord Raglan    The Lord Raglan is one of the oldest tavern sites in the City.  The house was originally known as The Bush.    It then became "The Lord Raglan" to commemmorate  Lord Fitzroy Somerset who became 1st Baron Raglan  in 1852.  Raglan lost his right arm at the Battle of Waterloo,  and his name was applied to the Raglan sleeve.    He was Commander in Chief during the Crimean War, where  he died in 1855, a blue plaque is outside his house in  Stanhope Gate London W1.    The present buildi
Randolph Churchill Blue Plaque - Lord Randolph Churchill 1849-1895 statesman lived here 1883-1892
Black Plaque № 31584 - Fortune Theatre. A 'jewel of a theatre' designed in the art deco style, and completed in 1924 on the site of the ancient Albion Theatre, haunts of actors and writers. This Fortune Theatre was named after the original in the Barbican where Shakespeare performed.
Blue Plaque № 9678 - The Bull and Crown. Grade II Listed building - Erected in 1899 by Taylor Walker and Company and designed in French Second Empire style. It was built to cater for the vast influx of visitors to the nearby Epping Forest and replaced an earlier 18th century inn

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