The Punch & Judy Covent Garden
The Punch & Judy, Covent Garden
about our pub
Punch & Judy, built 1787, is named after the famous Punch & Judy puppet shows performed for the children of the flower sellers. If you admire our original stonework for long enough, you may hear the raucous laugher of a thousand ghosts enjoying the grandeur an...
Top-notch amenities to make sure you have a great time. Here’s what you can expect when you visit The Punch & Judy:
- Beer Garden
- Family Friendly
- Historic Pub
What makes us special
Find out what makes us special at The Punch & Judy and come and join us!
The Punch & Judy, London
Named after the very first recorded Punch and Judy show in England, watched by Samuel Pepys in Covent Garden in 1662, the pub is a true snapshot of history. Built in 1787, this listed venue retains much of its original stonework and all of its charm. Easily accessible from Covent Garden tube station, a visit to the pub is a must for anyone wishing to make the most of the local area.
Located facing the Covent Garden market square, balcony guests have a superb view of the street performers below, making it the perfect place to relax and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere. Book your drinking and dining experience with us today.
A pub for all
We’re a family friendly pub with free Wi-Fi for all visitors.
Delicious food and drink for any occasion
With a delicious selection of classic British dishes on offer, alongside an extensive drinks menu, the Punch & Judy has something for everyone. Vegan, vegetarian and non-gluten options are also available.