Home to opera singers and break-dancers alike, this part of the West End is famed for its beautiful squares, theatres, shops, bars and restaurants. But as well as performers and hospitality workers, the area also hosts a wide variety of professional services firms – ranging from PR and media to finance and recruitment.
A sought-after part of London with availability currently very low, means landlords demand high rents and competition is fierce for the best buildings.
Discover our favourite restaurants, pubs and things to do in Covent Garden.
With a fantastic mix of old and new, Covent Garden is a great place to eat, drink, and relax. If you’re in the mood for street food, you can’t do much better than Seven Dials Market. For a more formal affair, there’s Simpson’s in the Strand, The Savoy, and Tredwells. And there’s plenty of spots to wet your whistle too – whether it’s a few pints in the 18th century Lamb &Flag, or futuristic cocktails at The Alchemist.