If you’re visiting London you have to stop by the Seven Dials that offers a unique shopping destinations. It so much more than just shops – there’s an engaging collection of traditional pubs, cool cocktail bars, cafés, and restaurants to stop by. Plus, you’ll find several hotels along with theatres with new and popular performances to enjoy.
For many it’s the draw of independent boutiques, international fashion labels, heritage brands, that bring them back to the Seven Dials. This is easily the place to spend all day with girlfriends shopping and browsing the selection of international premium women’s fashion brands. Among the top names are Club Monaco, LOFT Design By…, Coco de Mer, as well as independent stand-alone stores such as Laura Lee Jewellery, B1866 and Larsson & Jennings. Of course, we cannot forget the menswear, which feature brands exclusive to the area like premium French lifestyle brand RON DORFF, Cambridge Satchel Men’s, Natural Selection, surf wear brand Finnisterre and contemporary cool Farah.
Seven Dials has the best in premium beauty and grooming. Luxury beauty brand, Fresh from the US and Caudalie from France opened boutiques on Monmouth Street joining New York designer fragrance brand Le Labo and Kiehl’s. Iconic London lifestyle brands on Monmouth Street can also be found including Miller Harris for unique fragrances and Murdock London for traditional barbershop experiences and grooming. Brand new men’s beauty multi brand, Beast, have opened their first doors on Earlham Street.
Foodies make the pilgrimage to Neal’s Yard Dairy for the best of British cheese, Timberyard for award-winning fresh coffee, and Hotel Chocolat School of Chocolate for a taste of the bespoke ‘cacao cuisine’ menu. All day dining can be enjoyed in newly opened Balan’s Soho Society and just next door charcuterie specialists Cure & Cut for quality Italian meats and cheeses.
Seven Dials’ offers over 50 options of where to eat with exciting new dining concepts from the likes of The Barbary, taking inspiration from the Barbary Coast of North Africa, along the Mediterranean coast. Tredwell’s, Native, a new addition to the area celebrating the country’s best game and rare breed meat, Polpo at Ape & Bird, the first pub concept from Russell Norman and Richard Beatty; and artisan pizzeria Homeslice, specialising in 20-inch wood-fired pizzas with prosecco on tap.
The area is also a must-visit for culture and entertainment, with internationally acclaimed theatre Donmar Warehouse, Grade II listed Cambridge Theatre now showing Matilda and St Martins Theatre playing an important part in London’s theatre legacy.
Stay the night in one of the premium 5* hotels in Seven Dials such as Covent Garden Hotel and Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel for a chic weekend away and explore the streets of Seven Dials at your leisure. Whenever you visit you’re certain to find Seven Dials offers a unique and memorable experience!
Plan Your Visit To The Seven Dials
Seven Dials is easily accessible from nearby tube stations such as; Covent Garden, Tottenham Court Road, Leicester Square and Piccadilly circus. To explore current events, shops, dining, and entertainment at the Seven Dials in London visit their website.
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