Shop & Eat at Seven Dials London
LONDON, To eat, To shop
Located at the junction of seven streets in the Covent Garden area of London's West End, Seven Dials is a prosperous hub of commercial and entertainment activities. Designed in the 1690's by the developer Thomas Neale.
Historic Seven Dials is London’s most original shopping and lifestyle destination.
Come for a day with your family and enjoy 7 atmospheric streets full of independent boutiques and nice cafes. Seven streets that link Covent Garden to Soho. And there is always something going on. The area is jam packed with international fashion labels, heritage brands, beauty salons, men’s grooming specialists, traditional pubs, cool cocktail bars, cafes, restaurants, theatres and small hotels.
And yes it is very central but not everyone knows about this lovely spot. That is why we are sharing it here to day so you can make sure to have it on your to do list during your next trip to London. And if you are a local – why not pop over this coming week end?
Shop and eat and watch people at Seven Dials London. Seven Dials comprises of Monmouth Street, Earlham Street, Neal Street, Shorts Gardens, Neal’s Yard, Endell Street, Shelton Street and the Seven Dials monument. The streets are cobblestone and you can feel the history as you wander around the small neighbourhood.
Come for a nice lunch or afternoon treat. Check a few little shops, enjoy the atmosphere and the colourful houses.
Maybe go to the centre and count to check there are definitely seven streets.