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. As we head in to autumn keep an eye out below for our heated terraces.
Let’s go Al Fresco! The street with some of the best dining in the West End just went outside. So whether it is Bacon Scones from Frenchie, Oystermen’s Happy Hour, Din Tai Fung’s steamed soup dumplings or Henrietta’s world-class cocktails, Henrietta Street is your go-to destination to dine out out this summer.
You can now dine Al Fresco at:
-Sticks n Sushi
-Din Tai Fung
-All Bar One
Tuttons is a Covent Garden institution as it has offered alfresco dining on the East Piazza for almost 30 years. An all-day dining menu makes it the perfect spot for breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktail hour and more.
Location: West Piazza
New to the Piazza and all the way from Italy is the latest opening in the Market Building; Vyta (pronounced vee-ta). Inside and out this truly opulent space is going to be a hot ticket in the summer and beyond.→ VyTA
A little touch of Paris in the heart of the West End, Ladurée’s terrace overlooking the West Piazza is the prime spot on any day in Covent Garden.
Sit back and enjoy the exquisite service whilst sampling their extraordinary menu of delicious desserts and teas. Blend the best bits of British and Parisian culture together and treat yourself to Afternoon Tea with a glass of just pink rosé. Location: North West corner of the Market
Have you even visited London if you haven’t been on the Punch and Judy balcony?
An icon of Covent Garden, the Punch and Judy pub is named after the legendary puppet show which was first performed no more than ten steps away from their door. The traditional English pub was built in 1787 and remains an institution of Covent Garden. Location: West Piazza of the Market Building
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
The outdoor space at Aubaine Deli is all about Veuve Clicquot, the chairs are adorned is signature orange blankets and finishes off the line of South Piazza al fresco space.
The all-day destination is the perfect spot to rest your feet after a long day of shopping and exploring. Specialising in French culinary creativity, they have bites big and small.
Location: South corner of the Market Building