Berwick Street is a vibrant and diverse community in the heart of London's Soho, teeming with traditional London pubs, vinyl shops, bespoke tailoring, colourful textile shops, vintage clothing, original restaurants, coffee shops and independent fashion boutiques.
As home to one of the capital's oldest markets that dates back to the 18th century, Berwick Street has a rich heritage.
Fast paced, day and night, the bustling market is open from early morning selling cheeses, cakes, street food, artisan bread, fresh flowers and more. Often visited by local chefs, Berwick Street Market is known for its seasonal fruit and vegetables.
Two traditional London pubs; The Blue Posts and The Endurance are both favourites with the locals and add to the buzz of Soho's late night lifestyle.
Berwick Street has been a destination for vinyl record collectors since the 1980s when it became known as ‘The Golden Mile of Vinyl’. This corner of Soho is still home to central London’s largest concentration of independent record shops; Reckless Records, Sister Ray and The Music and Video Exchange as well as Sounds of the Universe around the corner on Broadwick Street and Black Market Soho on D’Arblay Street. Berwick Street was the location for the cover shoot of the 1995 Oasis album '(What's The Story) Morning Glory.'
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