Al Fresco in Covent Garden

Home to London’s iconic pedestrianised Piazza, Covent Garden is the place to drink and dine outdoors. From terrific terraces to bird’s eye views of the neighbourhood, Covent Garden has a dining destination for everyone.

On the Piazza

Drink and dine in the sunshine on the iconic Covent Garden Piazza.

Feel French and fancy at Ladurée's outdoor terrace and upstairs balcony overlooking the West Piazza.

→ Ladurée

With a Piazza bar and a balcony overlooking Covent Garden, SUSHISAMBA has a great al fresco offering.

→ SUSHISAMBA

From brunch to bar, LPQ's Piazza seating is on the South Piazza.

→ Le Pain Quotidien

Burger, cheese fries and a concrete, please! Shake Shack has seating inside the Market Building and on the South Piazza.

→ Shake Shack

Sip Veuve Cliquot whilst enjoying the sights of the Piazza at Aubaine Deli.

→ Aubaine Deli

With an all-day dining menu, Tuttons is here for all your al fresco sessions.

→ Tuttons

Happy hour is happening on the Piazza thanks to Dirty Martini.

→ Dirty Martini

With a Piazza area and a hidden balcony, VyTA is a great al fresco choice.

→ VyTA

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Find Nana on the South Piazza serving up your go to summer cocktails.

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In The Market Building

Because you can never fully trust the great British weather, these spots are covered by the Market Building.

Carbs and cocktails are on the menu at Buns and Buns.

→ Buns and Buns

Anyone for a petit dejeuner? Chez Antoinette is the perfect location.

→ Chez Antoinette

Sit and listen to the incredible classical performers at the class Crusting Pipe.

→ Crusting Pipe

Burger, cheese fries and a concrete, please! Shake Shack has seating inside the Market Building and on the South Piazza.

→ Shake Shack

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The Punch and Judy's balcony is well known at the best seats in Covent Garden to watch a performance or two.

Henrietta Street

Henrietta Street

This street is home to some of London's best restaurants and now you can enjoy them outside!

Quintessential British cuisine with a view overlooking the Piazza.

→ The Ivy Market Grill

The finest seafood and the best happy hour in Covent Garden.

→ The Oystermen

The Italian Supper Club has arrived to Henrietta Street.

→ Da Henrietta

Japanese food offering sushi, sake and grilled yakitori skewers. Yum!

→ Sticks 'n' Sushi

The only place in the UK to find the legendary soup dumplings

→ Din Tai Fung

A trip to Paris via Covent Garden, anyone?

→ Frenchie

Dear Avobar, you guac our world with your stunning dishes and delicious cocktails.

→ Avobar

The best chips you will ever have can be found a Cora Pearl.

→ Cora Pearl
Petersham

King Street, Floral Court & Floral Street

Home to the largest tea wall in the world, Mariage Freres is a truly decadent dining experience.

→ Mariage Freres

The perfect pit stop for coffee and cake from the acclaimed Petersham Nurseries.

→ The Delicatessen at Petersham Nurseries

Tucked away in Floral Court, La Goccia is Petersham Nurserises' small plate Italian concept.

→ La Goccia

On the other side of Floral Court you will find the fine dining concept, The Petersham

→ The Petersham

Filled with pastries and coffee, plus THAT floral facade, the coffee house is a quiet spot on a lovely street.

→ Floral Street Coffee House
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Our East Piazza public seating area has returned.

The Gentlemen Baristas Deliveroo Brunch

James Street

Looking for the perfect coffee? How about a brunch spot with a view of the Market Building? Look no further!

→ The Gentlemen Baristas

Home to the best vegan stuffed cookies and hot chocolate in the West End!

→ Floozie Cookies

Any one for a pint? The Nag's Head is an institution of Covent Garden.

Floral Court

Tucked away between Floral Street and KingStreet, Floral Court is the ultimate oasis in the heart of the West End. Filled to the brim with sunlight and greenery, Floral Court is the perfect place to enjoy your lunch break, a takeaway coffee or just to watch the world go by.

Location: Just off King Street and Floral Street

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