Things to Do in Soho/Covent Garden

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Behind the unprepossessing facade lies a bizarre array of opulently campy bric-a-brac (Meccano model sets, twinkly mini-carousels, and 3-D paintings)... Read More

One of London’s most popular upscale nightclubs, Chinawhite is frequented by wealthy tourists and celebrities, with former patrons including Kate... Read More

The city’s most storied wine bar has been operating as such since 1890, and today you can relish a glass of one of 80 wines (a blackboard shows... Read More

Inside London’s Covent Garden, Hope and Greenwood is a small confections shop offering a variety of handmade British sweets. Inside the red... Read More

In 1679, a man attacked John Dryden in this tiny pub’s alleyway for writing scurrilous verses about one of Charles II’s mistresses. These... Read More

A London institution since 1875, Liberty’s a mainstay that’s as overwhelming as it is essential. Despite its historic appearance (Tudor... Read More

Seductively stylish yet surprisingly unpretentious, this modern Soho speakeasy is ideal for small groups and couples hoping to get cozy over Curacao.... Read More

From the street you wouldn’t know this bar exists (there’s no signage or visible address; it’s between numbers 59 and 63), but inside... Read More

Art Deco-inspired suites, private chambers, and secret passageways make up London’s hottest nightclub. Not surprisingly, it’s tough to get... Read More

Britain’s best-known men’s wear designer is gregarious and charming, and his eccentricities manifest in discreetly peculiar and impeccably... Read More

Supper clubs and cabarets are London’s latest craze, and Shaun Clarkson lent his design expertise to this one. The name doesn’t refer to the... Read More

No other store follows the catwalks so closely or initiates its own national trends like Topshop, a mecca for high-street fashion. What looks like a... Read More

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