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One of London’s oldest markets, Berwick Street Market dates right back to 1778. Now a bustling foodie destination it still hosts traditional fruit, vegetable and florist stalls too. Here you will find an inspiring mix of food from Caribbean to Egyptian all in the heart of Soho.
Berwick St, Soho, London W1F 0PH
One of Britain’s greatest music venues; The 100 Club, is right off Oxford Street. The iconic club has been open since 1942, playing host to many legends of music along the way. The stage has been graced by the likes of BB King, The Who, Sex Pistols, The Clash and Oasis making it an institution for bands today.
Century House, 100 Oxford St, London W1D 1LL
Take a trip to Wells Street for a fantastically immersive look into the history of cartoon and comic art. It might be one of London’s smaller museums, but if you are a fan of art, history or graphic design is it not to be missed.
63 Wells St, Fitzrovia, London W1A 3AE
Healthy eating and creative dishes all honouring the mighty avocado! A delicious, super fresh menu that's home to the incredibly popular avocado bun.
24 Henrietta St, Covent Garden, London WC2E 8ND
We're huge fans of this recently opened market! Combining fresh local produce and a plethora of street food traders in one amazing historic building. Did someone say cheese conveyor belt? Pick & Cheese did... and we love it!
Earlham Street, London
One of our favourite streets in London, the incredibly pretty Neal's Yard is not to be missed. You'll find amazing food like Homeslice and a wide range of shops committed to sustainability with plenty of chances for the perfect Instagram shot.
Neal's Yard, WC2h 9DP