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Royal Academy of Arts
Britain’s oldest society devoted to fine arts was founded in 1768 but the organisation moved to Burlington House exactly a century....
Flanking Burlington House, home to the Royal Academy of Arts, is this delightful arcade, built in 1819. Today it is a shopping precinct...
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....
This erstwhile Bentley car showroom has been transformed into an opulent Viennese-style brasserie, with golden chandeliers and stunning...
The views of Westminster from the top floor of Waterstone’s on Piccadilly are just the start. Add a relaxed, sophisticated dining room...
181 Piccadilly · interesting places nearby
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London’s oldest grocery store, now into its fourth century, refuses to yield to modern times. Its staff are still dressed in old-fashioned tailcoats and it keeps its glamorous food hall supplied with hampers, cut marmalade, speciality teas and so on. Downstairs is an elegant wine bar as well as elegant kitchenware, luxury gifts and perfumes.