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Around Regent Street - What to See and Where to Eat and Drink (1.3 Km)

Updated: May 29

Start at Oxford Circus Station

Finish at Piccadilly Circus Station



THE EXPERIENCE

Fashion and trendy shopping food and drink route

This takes you on a great ‘Eat, Drink and Be Merry’ tour from Oxford Street in the north through Kingly Street, Carnaby Street Heddon Street, and Regent Street before emerging onto Piccadilly and finishing at Piccadilly Circus. It has a wide range of pubs, bars, restaurants, and cafes to suit all tastes and pockets. It also has theatres, amusements and galleries close by as well as being on the edge of the West End shopping district and Soho.


The route is excellent for atmosphere, history, iconic sights, crowds, shops, cinemas, museums, a village feel, narrow streets, and lots of places to eat, drink and be merry.



 

BEST TIME

Morning- This route can be quite busy along most of this route but it tends to be reasonably quiet in the mornings. The best time to explore the route is early morning when the lighting is at its best and few people are around. It is also a great way to discover places for breakfast.

Day - This route will get busy during the day especially from lunchtime onwards

Evening - This route will be busy in the evening.


ROUTE OVERVIEW

This 1.3 km route starts on Oxford Street outside Oxford Circus Station. It heads down Argyll Street towards Liberty London on Great Marlborough Street where it turns right and then immediately left into Kingly Street. This street has plenty of places to eat and drink along its length and even more when you turn into Kingly Court on the left side towards the end. This has three floors of places to eat and drink and will exit onto Carnaby Street where the route turns right and then right again onto Beak Street before exiting onto Regent Street. The route goes directly across into a small alleyway and the delightful Heddon Street with its great restaurants before briefly emerging onto Regent Street and then down an alleyway called Swallow Street, with its restaurants, to emerge onto Piccadilly by St James's Church. Turning left will take you back to the lights at Piccadilly Circus past the Dilly Hotel.



See the route at speed (1:34)


Use this to see what the route looks like as if you were doing it at speed and to make you more familiar with what you will see along the way.


 

GOOGLE AND STRAVA MAPS



Use 'My Google Maps' to explore this route's venues. If you are using a mobile device, the map can help you find the start point for the route, navigate to places of interest, and show your position on the map.



 

What to see and places to eat, drink and be merry.

What to See List

Around Regent Street - Pubs and Bars

Around Regent Street - Places to Eat

Around Regent Street - Things to Do

 

 PHOTO GALLERY


This gallery provides a descriptive and visual reference to many sights along this route. Double-click to see the image in full size.




 

HISTORY & INTERESTING FACTS


From Oxford Circus to Carnaby Street

Along Regent Street

Around Piccadilly Circus

 

VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE AREA


Click on the picture below to go on a 360 virtual tour of the shopping areas and look around.



Use the route to explore this location by looking around in 360, taking in the sights and sounds, listening to an audio recording about the area and going on a virtual tour.



Browse the gallery to find out what you can see along the way.



 

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