Covent Garden


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Covent Garden is a locale in London on the eastern edges of the West End, between St. Martin's Lane and Drury Lane. It is connected with the previous foods grown from the ground market in the focal square, now a well known shopping and traveler site, and with the Royal Opera House, which is otherwise called "Covent Garden". The locale is separated by the principle lane of Long Acre, north of which is offered over to free shops fixated on Neal's Yard and Seven Dials, while the south contains the focal square with its road entertainers and the vast majority of the exquisite structures, theaters and excitement offices, including the Theater Royal, Drury Lane and the London Transport Museum.

There are an extensive variety of eateries, primarily in Covent Garden's focal range around the piazza, and in the St Martin's Lane territory circumscribing the West End; some of these with global notorieties. Among the eateries are the notable dramatic eating places, the most seasoned of which is Rules, which was established in 1798, making it the most established eatery in London, trailed by J. Sheekey, a clam bar and fish eatery established in 1893 by business sector slow down holder Josef Sheekey in Lord Salisbury's St Martin's Court and The Ivy, which was established as an unlicensed Italian bistro by Abel Giandellini in 1917.