Built in 1787, this listed building and retains much of the original brick and stonework. It's known as being one of the very few buildings in the area that escaped bomb damage during the blitz. This pub is 'world famous' and is located facing the west piazza and from this our balcony guests have the best view to watch the street performers. It is clear why a pub in London’s Covent Garden Piazza bears this name, for it was in Covent Garden that in May 1662 Samuel Pepys came to see the performance of ‘an Italian puppet play which is very pretty, the best I ever saw.’ This is the first record of a ‘Punch’ show in England; it was probably a novelty at the time.
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