St James’s Piccadilly
The only church Christopher Wren (1684) built from scratch and on a new site (most of the other London churches are replacements for...
John Nash had originally designed Regent St and Piccadilly in the 1820s to be the two most elegant streets in town but, curbed by city...
White Cube Gallery
This central sister to the Hoxton original hosted Tracey Emin’s first exhibition in five years, ‘Those who suffer Love’, in 2009....
Put on your best Dean Martin swagger and relive the glory days of the 1940s at this wonderfully nostalgic supper club. The cabaret...
The views of Westminster from the top floor of Waterstone’s on Piccadilly are just the start. Add a relaxed, sophisticated dining room...
203-206 Piccadilly · interesting places nearby
The chain’s megastore is the largest bookshop in Europe, boasting knowledgeable staff and regular author readings and signings. The store spreads across four floors, and there is a cafe in the basement and a fabulous rooftop bar–restaurant, 5th View .