The Marlesbury awning, installed here at the Henrietta Street branch of All Bar One, has an additional feature in its use of our Deco Box which is styled with shaped end cheeks; a common site on awnings in the Victorian and Edwardian eras. The arms of the Marlesbury awning have been powder coated in our London factory with a hard finish which has been matched to the fine features of this traditional Covent Garden exterior. The Marlesbury awning is frequently specified for buildings where a traditional appearance is required but where the commercial nature of the site demands that the awning be simple to use and maintenance free. Operation of this Marlesbury awning could not be simpler as it features an easy to use lightweight crank handle working through a smooth running, low ratio, gearbox. The combination of the gearbox and sliding side arms enables a convenient head clearance to be achieved. Decoration with All Bar One branding has been successfully achieved through the use of our exclusive RAGS® branding process.
All Bar One are open for morning coffee right through to Saturday night Espresso Martinis and everything else in between. Their menus are created with socialising in mind, so you can graze over . tapas or sip on those cocktails to your heart’s content. Henrietta Street is a good quiet location for breakfast in town just to the side of Charing Cross Station. Good food is served at a reasonable price and, if celebrating, one can have a bottle of bubbly too. Highly recommended if you are planning a long day in London! Recently All Bar One have started offering the All Bar One Cocktail Masterclass where you can learn to craft some concoctions of your own.
Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, was first planned from 1631 and building was completed by 1634. Although the street plan is unchanged from the original, most of the houses are of nineteenth century construction. The street was named after the consort of Charles I.