Greenwich awnings are a modern version of a traditional system with the advantage that the awning can be operated either manually, via a gearbox, or electrically, using wireless remote controls. These two Greenwich awnings which we have installed at the new Wahlburgers in Covent Garden have an unusual feature in the bespoke circular side fix show brackets we have employed to gain a suitable fixing. Additionally, the distinctive “Wahlburgers” Logo and text has been neatly applied to the both the main cover and the weighted valances of the Greenwich awnings using our bespoke RAGS® branding process. The awning boxes have been made in the traditional way with harvested hardwood and recessed below the shopfront soffits to appear as an integral part. The arms and aforementioned bespoke fixing brackets have been powder coated with a bronze finish to blend in with the shopfront surround.
Wahlburgers has opened its first restaurant outside North America in Covent Garden. founded by Paul Wahlberg, alongside his brothers – superstar actor and producer Mark and New Kids on the Block star Donnie – the restaurant currently features on its own eponymous reality television series which showcases the running of the restaurant group. Wahlburgers’s menu aims to make you smile whilst offering a host of hearty and lighter offerings. The chef has put his own spin on Wahlberg family favourites like Mom’s Sloppy Joes and Mac ‘n Cheese with Smoked Bacon.
Covent Garden is famous for its street entertainment and was noted in Street entertainment at Covent Garden was noted in Samuel Pepys’s seventeenth century diaries when he recorded the first mention of a Punch and Judy show Covent Garden is licensed for street entertainment, and performers audition for timetabled slots in a number of venues around the market, including the North Hall, West Piazza, and South Hall Courtyard. The courtyard space is dedicated to classical music only.