London Places

London Places are recommendations from locals in the Drupal community. Explore London from the local drinking holes, world famous landmarks, stunning sights, or just good coffee and free wi-fi.

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Garlic & Shots

Garlic and Shots

"You can always order extra garlic, but never less". This place is not for the faint of heart.

The ground floor is a friendly restaurant that serves generous portions of garlic stuffed dishes. If you've ever eaten a whole garlic bread in one sitting you can't go wrong with this place.

The underground bar serves 101 shots and various beers, with metal blasting out every corner.

Grab a round of lethal bloodshots and take over the candlelit alcove at the back of the bar.


14 Frith Street,
020 7734 9505

Dulwich picture gallery

A very fine museum the first collection was commissioned by Stanislaus Augustus, King of Poland, to form from scratch a Royal Collection & National Gallery.

Portraits by Reynolds and Gainsborough
Raphael and Veronese, Poussin and Claude etc....

Victoria Station - West Dulwich Station (the Orpington line, Travelcard Zone 3) - 13 minutes
• Trains leave approximately every 15 minutes (call 08457 484950 or visit their website to plan your journey).


Dulwich Picture Gallery,
Gallery Road,
SE21 7AD


A cool, funky, great working and meeting space. Great wifi, great food, great coffee. Right in the heart of London.


12 Bayley Street, Bedford Square London, WC1B 3HD

Best pies in London at Newman Arms


Small room upstairs in this old pub which was a favourite of George Orwell, serves amazing pies and rich English puddings.

Booking advisable
T: 020 7636 1127
Mon to Fri only
Restaurant open from: 12am til 3pm - 6pm til 10pm


Newmans Arms, 23 Rathbone Street

Belgo Centraal

Belgos Centraal

Belgian food and beers.
Moules and Frites
Rib Eye Steaks


50 Earlham Street,
Tel.0207 813 2233

Bar Italia

Bar Italia

Bar Italia is one of the few 24/7 places in London. If you are in Soho in the early hours of the morning looking for a decent cup of coffee and snack, this is the place for you. No frills Italian coffee bar frequented by bikers, actors and red light district locals. It was opened in 1923, The blue plaque on the wall says that John Logie Baird first demonstrated television in the building in 1926.


22 Frith Street,

Apple Store - Covent Garden

Apple Store Covent Garden

The worlds largest Apple store. Situated in the heart of the constantly busy Covent Garden Plaza. It's worth popping in to admire the architecture whilst check your emails.


1 The Piazza,
City of London,
020 7447 1400

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