With only a few days remaining of the Olympic Games, London is abuzz with excitement.
D&D London with its 20 restaurants, including iconic landmarks such as Le Pont de la Tour, Coq d'Argent, Floridita and Quaglinos has something to offer, wherever you may be.
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After all the excitement of the opening ceremony, with a starring role by Coq d'Argent as James Bond and the Queen flew overhead, the Games have been a resounding success:
What's more, it's not over yet! You still have time to experience the light show around the Olympic Rings by Tower Bridge at Le Pont de la Tour, Butlers Wharf Chop House, Cantina del Ponte or Blueprint Cafe every evening; have an unrivalled view of the marathon on 12 August at Paterrnoster Chop House or catch up on all the action live on big screens at the Royal Exchange, the bar at Butlers Wharf Chop House, on the terraces of Coq d'Argent or in the courtyard at Bluebird.
The closing ceremony will be screened at Plateau, Bluebird, Blueprint Cafe, Butlers Wharf Chop House Bar, Paternoster Chop House and in the bar at le Pont de la Tour.
At the end of the day head to Soho in London's West End for unmissible curry and cocktails at Carom or party late into the early hours enjoying live music at Floridita. We also have special medal-inspired cocktails in the bar at Skylon and fun and games with live screening every day at Quaglino's. Art and culture plays a prominent role and we have London-themed art for you to enjoy at Avenue and a stunning selection of images from past Olympic Games by official Games photographer Bob Martin at Quaglino's.
Whether you are looking to book a last minute table en route to or from an Olympic venue or are simply planning to soak up the buzz in London with a group of friends or colleagues, we look forward to seeing you. Many of our restaurants also have extended hours during the Games. Book a table here
Please note that travel around London may be restricted at certain times and your journey may take longer. We suggest you allow plenty of time to reach your destination. To help plan your journey please click here.