What's Coming to Covent Garden in 2019?
With 2019 set to be a very exciting year for Covent Garden, we are delighted to announce a number of new stores and restaurants opening this year. From Walhburgers' first restaurant outside the US to For Art's Sake's first standalone store, read on to discover more exciting openings for 2019 in Covent Garden.
Stay tuned for more announcements throughout the year.
Now open on Floral Street, Free People is a global lifestyle brand defined by femininity, creativity, curiosity and adventure, with offerings in unique apparel, intimate wear, shoes and accessories.
Founded in Pennsylvania in the 1970s, Free People nurtured the young people who lived there and looked for a little of their own freedom in the clothes they wore.
What to expect? A beautifully curated store showcasing Free People's signature bohemian collection.
Soon to be opening in Covent Garden's iconic Market Building, Vyta is an Italian dining concept promoting a new fine food style where passion for food and the quality of ingredients, selected and processed with expertise, join sophisticated architectural design.
What to expect? A sophisticated restaurant and bar boasting an outdoor terrace overlooking the West Piazza performers' pitch. Soak up the atmosphere and enjoy la dolce vita!
Located in Covent Garden's Royal Opera House Arcade, APM Monaco is a much-loved contemporary fashion jewellery brand with a touch of Monegasque flair.
Influenced by Monaco and the South of France, APM Monaco was created in 1982 by Ariane Prette who made her mark producing pieces for many great names in the jewellery business.
What to expect? Modern, fine jewellery at an accessible price-point. Featuring a new seasonal collection each month, the boutique feels like a decadent French home than a store.
Coming to Covent Garden's James Street later this year and helmed by Paul Wahlberg, alongside his brothers - superstar actor and producer Mark and New Kids on the Block star Donnie – Wahlburgers’ menu aims to make you smile whilst offering a host of hearty and lighter offerings.
What to expect? A spin on Wahlberg family favourites and speciality burgers such as ‘The Beast’ and ‘The Impossible Burger’.
Hot on the heels of For Art’s Sake’s new collection launch is the opening of its first standalone store in the heart of Covent Garden's Market Building.
Founded in 2016, For Art's Sake is a London-based accessories brand specialising in fashion-forward eyewear. Situated in Central Avenue of the Market Building, the store borrows bold design details from the brand’s penchant for eclectic style.
What to expect? Decadent blue velvet furnishings and brass fixtures that beautifully elevate the statement-making frames.
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