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Clos Maggiore

Clos Maggiore brings the style of the country inns of Provence and Tuscany to London, creating a relaxed, intimate space for dinner and wine in the heart of Covent Garden.

Clos Maggiore brings the style of the country inns of Provence and Tuscany to London, creating a relaxed, intimate space for dinner and wine in the heart of Covent Garden.

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From ‘Vin De Pays’ to the top wines in the world, this restaurant is known for its extensive wine cellar; over 2500 selections for all occasions.

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The retractable glass roof is one of the most appealing aspects of Clos Maggiore. During the summer, the restaurant transforms into an open dining space, whilst in winter, the mirrored roof, along with candles, starlight and a crackling fire make it irresistible. Diners can stay warm and enjoy good food and wine in this award wining restaurant.

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33 King St
London WC2E 8JD
020 7379 9696
www.closmaggiore.com

Sunday 12–2:30PM, 5–10PM
Monday 12–2:30PM, 5–11PM
Tuesday 12–2:30PM, 5–11PM
Wednesday 12–2:30PM, 5–11PM
Thursday 12–2:30PM, 5–11PM
Friday 12–2:30PM, 5–11PM
Saturday 12–2:30PM, 5–11PM

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Alex Evans at the Foundry Gallery, Chelsea Quarter: LDF17

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