Take Soho in your side

Berwick Street

Soho’s cafés, pubs and bars are as integral to its creative framework as our workspaces. The Dog and Duck and The Pillars of Hercules have offered refuge to Orwell and Dickens, while fashionable cafés host many a creative soul scribbling in the corners. Soho’s restaurants and hotels are as luxurious as its residents, teaching London a new way to do food and living.

Soho Square Park
  • Piccadilly Theatre
  • Golden Square
  • Third Space
  • Palace Theatre
  • Curzon Soho
  • Phoenix Theatre
  • Nordic Bakery
  • Fernandez & Wells
  • Soho Grind
  • Dept Of Coffee And Social Affairs
  • Cahoots
  • 68 And Boston
  • Quo Vadis
  • Montagu Pyke
  • Soho Zebrano
  • Hix
  • Refuel
  • Bar Termini
  • Six Storeys

Eat

  • Barrafina
  • Quo Vadis
  • 10 Greek Street
  • Hoppers
  • Blacklock
  • Nopi
  • Mash
  • Pizza Pilgrims
  • Shackfuyu
  • Kiln
  • Bone Daddies
  • Dean Street Townhouse
  • Polpetto
  • Chotto Matte
  • Jackson & Rye
  • The Breakfast Club
  • Tommy Guns
  • Aesop
  • Le Labo
  • Ps By Paul Smith
  • Moscot
  • G.H. Bass & Co.
  • Rapha
  • Whole Foods
  • Supreme
  • Zara
  • United Colours Of Benetton
  • Foyles
Café and Polpo restaurant

IF YOU’RE GOING BACK TO THE SAME PLACE EACH TIME, YOU’RE DOING SOHO ALL WRONG

Berwick Street market

Delights Around every corner

The Ivy

We are perfectly located between several Tube stations, allowing direct access to every corner of the capital. With speedy links to Paddington, Canary Wharf and Heathrow, 33 Soho Square is your perfect base for exploring London. The arrival of Tottenham Court Road Crossrail station in 2018 will further improve this area’s excellent connections.

3
Farringdon
5
LIVERPOOL ST
5
PADDINGTON
12
CANARY WHARF
14
STRATFORD
28
HEATHROW

Journey times sourced from crossrail.co.uk

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