M E A R D S T R E E T
Reputed to have been a street where ladies of the night worked in times gone by….
G A Y – O L D C O M P T O N S T R E E T
Soho has a huge LGBT community and this nightclub is world famous.
T H E Y A R D
Soho’s most unique gay venue! It has a very pretty garden, tucked away in Rupert Street.
L I N A S T O R E S
This iconic family-run delicatessen is piled high with delicious home made pasta, cheese, cured meats & groceries. Got your taste buds tingling? You’ll find it on Brewer Street!
S O H O S Q U A R E
An oasis in the middle of Soho, just behind Oxford Street. Have you ever wondered what’s inside the Tudor-style hut? An urban myth claims it’s the entrance to a secret tunnel which leads to Buckingham Palace. We can neither confirm or deny….
S O H O H O T E L
Tucked away in Richmond Mews, this hotel is a great place to people watch (or celebrity spot), an very funky bar, with a library room and sometimes a cinema.
F I T Z R O Y T A V E R N – C H A R L O T T E S T R E E T
It would be hard to cover Fitzrovia without including it’s most famous pub. This pub has been a haunt for many a London luminary over the years including Augustus John, Jacob Epstein & the famous occultist Aleister Crowley.
W A R R E N M E W S
The beautiful cobbled Warren Mews – hidden away off Warren Street, you wouldn’t think you were in central London!
B E R W I C K S T R E E T M A R K E T
Street trading in Berwick Street started around the late 1770s, but wasn’t officially recognised as a market until 1892. As you can see it’s still as popular as ever (had a lovely, juicy watermelon there this afternoon!).
T H E G R E E N D O O R – 1 M A R G A R E T S T R E E T
And we really couldn’t finish this without mentioning the only Racing Green front door in Fitzrovia “Ooh, who lives there?” You may be asking yourself, well it’s the home of the friendly Davis Brown team – pop along and see us anytime!