This year's English Tourism Week (14 to 22 March 2015) has a food and drink theme so is right up my street!
Coffee Houses and Clubs - a food and drink themed evening tour of St James's
Wednesday 18th March
6.30pm to 8.15pm
£10 / £7.50
Famous for its gentlemen’s clubs which were originally coffee and chocolate houses St James’s also houses one of the oldest and most expensive restaurants in town and Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant not to mention the Queen’s grocery store and a 200 year old cheese shop. You will hear about the Jamie Oliver of the 19th Century, the cook that inspired the TV series the Duchess of Duke Street and the man who invented the sandwich.
Meeting point: exit Green Park tube via the step-free slope into the Park and meet me by the drinking fountain. The walk finishes at a rare local-feel pub tucked away in a passage close to St James's Palace (10 minutes' walk from Green Park tube).
Labels: hidden pubs, St James's, Visit England