Visitors to Covent Garden can take advantage of new Eat Out To Help Out scheme, and enjoy al fresco dining and four new Summer pop up concepts
This August, Covent Garden welcomes back Londoners and visitors with a host of foodie delights. A number of the estate’s most loved restaurants including Sushisamba, The Ivy Market Grill, Petersham Nurseries and The Oystermen will be participating in the Government’s new Eat Out To Help Out scheme, and the area will also be home to four new summer pop up concepts from Laduree x Moët, The Oystermen x Pol Roger, Dirty Martini and newly opened Floral Street Coffee House.
Eat Out To Help Out offers visitors to Covent Garden the opportunity to enjoy half price mid-week meals at over 20 of London’s best eateries*, including SUSHISAMBA, The Ivy Market Grill, The Oystermen, Henrietta Bistro and Petersham Nurseries’ La Goccia. Those looking for something more casual can also enjoy Shake Shack, Abuelo, Sticks & Sushi, Pancs and more, or for something sweet Ladurée, Venchi or Morelli’s are the perfect pit stops.
Adding to Covent Garden’s exciting new offerings, the estate welcomes four new summer pop-up concepts. Ladurée has partnered with Moët & Chandon to offer exclusive champagne and vodka cocktails inspired by Ladurée's iconic heritage. Much loved restaurant The Oystermen will be shucking the finest oysters and serving them with a glass of Pol Roger champagne inside the iconic Apple Market, offering shoppers a decadent pit stop. Those looking for a refreshing tipple can visit Dirty Martini’s al-fresco bar to pick up a frozen cocktail. Finally, new brunch spot Floral Street Coffee House is now open with an array of al fresco seating in the heart of Covent Garden, bringing fresh seasonal dishes to diners.
All of these new launches make Covent Garden the perfect spot in central London to spend the Summer days ahead. Furthermore, and for the first time, tables from Covent Garden’s restaurants have spilled out onto the streets of the estate, with brand new outdoor seating across Henrietta Street, King Street, Floral Street, Maiden Lane and the Piazza. Diners can now eat outside at over 15 restaurants across the estate.
A rainbow-coloured, socially-distanced al fresco picnic area on the East Piazza will continue to provide visitors with the chance to take a seat and enjoy a bite in the heart of historic central London. Shake Shack, SUSHISAMBA, Din Tai Fung, Ladurée, Buns & Buns and more will continue to provide takeaway services for diners to eat in this space.
For further information on new openings, or safety measures being undertaken throughout Covent Garden visit www.coventgarden.london or visit the Covent Garden social channels @CoventGardenLDN
Full list of Covent Garden restaurants taking part in Eat Out To Help Out
*Up to £10 off per person, across food and non-alcoholic drinks, Mondays – Wednesdays until the end of August