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  1. Snuggled nice next to Soho! RT @houseofcally @CoventGardenLDN Can you spot yourself on the illustrated map of London? http://t.co/4SO5kvKW1D
  2. @mcduey Wonderful to hear, hope to have you back in the future.
  3. @IggKaz It is looking good at the moment, we have everything crossed for you!
  4. @CoventGdnTube @coventgardenuk @jubileemarket75 @londonflorists @maxwellsCG @Orch_of_StPauls Hopefully not a sign of the month to come!
  5. Sometimes London weather surprises you with sunshine, but majority of the time it does just what you expect. #GoodbyeAugustHelloSeptember

Chez Antoinette now open in the Market Building

Covent Garden welcomes traditional French eaterie Chez Antoinette to the Market Building in mid-August.Inspired by the authentic recipes of her maternal grandmother Antoinette, proprietress Aurelia Delclos will be selling 'les tartines de ma grand-...

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Chez Antoinette in the Market Building, Covent Garden

Village England Pop-up

If you head down Floral Street today you’re in for a handbag-shaped surprise.Village England have taken up residency in Covent Garden to showcase their new Autumn/Winter 2014 collection, including a handcrafted ‘Made in England’ range.Open until...

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Village England pop-up, Floral Street

LIMA Floral now open on Garrick Street

LIMA Floral, the second restaurant venture from Michelin-starred Peruvian chef Virgilio Martinez has opened to glowing reviews on the corner of Garrick Street and Floral Street in Covent Garden.Book a table now on 020 7240 5778 to savour one of the...

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Lima Floral opening in Covent Garden spring 2014

Exit only at Covent Garden Tube station

Covent Garden Tube station will be exit only until summer 2015 as the lifts are being replaced. Get off at Leicester Square or Charing Cross and it's just a short walk to Covent Garden.Westbound Piccadilly Line trains (coming from Finsbury Park,...

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Covent Garden tube lifts closed

Covent Gardens History

History of the Market Building

How the Covent Garden Market Building came to be