Continued from Shopping in Piccadilly – An Introduction
Between Regent St. (Piccadilly Circus) and Church Place –
Starting from the Regent St. corner of Piccadilly Circus, towards Green Park one would first come across Clydesdale Bank and a souvenir shop on the left, followed by –
La Pigalle Club – The club offers live music and dance apart from dining.
After this is Ponti’s – This offers a good choice of sandwiches, pizza, salads etc.,
This is followed by Japan Centre and Baron of Piccadilly.
Baron of Piccadilly – One of the old shops which gives you the old world feeling. This was meant to be a Gentleman’s clothier and the excellent customer service indeed does do justice to the positioning. Baron has both men and women’s clothing – classical and traditional. It carries a number of well known brands.
Baron is at the corner of Eagle Place and Piccadilly. Address : 210 Piccadilly, Mayfair
London, W1J 9HE.
The map is not to scale. It merely shows which store comes after which one, in the area. The map on the right is a continuation of the map on the left. Please click on the maps to enlarge.
Next, between Eagle Place and Church Place –
NatWest – Banking services. NatWest had its inception when two long standing, centuries old banks, National Provincial Bank and Westminster Bank merged in 1968. Later in year 2000, The Royal Bank of Scotland acquired NatWest.
Waterstone’s – A leading bookseller (is owned by the HMV group but in 2007), the store in Piccadilly is the flagship store and is the biggest bookshop in Europe.
Continued in Shopping in Piccadilly – Church Place and Duke St. St James’s
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