Browns Bar & Brasserie Victoria
2 Cardinal Walk,
Telephone: 0207 821 1450
Open: 8am Mon to Fri (10am Saturday and 10am Sunday)
Close: 10.30pm Mon to Sat (10pm Sun)
Bar until: 11pm Mon to Wed (11.30pm Thurs to Sat and
Full Menu from: 12 noon every day
Breakfast/Brunch until: 12 noon
Afternoon Tea: From 2pm to 5pm
We are just off bustling Victoria Street, near the high-end boutiques of Elizabeth Street, and close to the iconic Cardinal Place.
But there are more pleasures here than mere shopping: on our door step you will find Buckingham Palace, New Scotland Yard and Westminster Abbey, not to mention some of the nation’s best loved musical theatre productions. Nestled into our streets are smaller, but no less important treasures including two small museums featured in Time Out’s Best Unsung Museums list.
Local Information for Victoria
The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace exhibits items from the Royal Collection including the wide-ranging collection of art and treasures held in trust. 020 7766 7301
The Institute of Contemporary Art is a dedicated space for new, experimental and independent arts practice and ideas, with two galleries, theatre and a reading room. 020 7930 0493
Tate Britain presents an unrivalled picture of the development of art in Britain from the time of the Tudor monarchs in the sixteenth century, to the present day. 020 7887 8888
The Theatre Royal provides some of London’s most memorable theatrical experiences, bringing together some of the most celebrated creative artists under the banner of the newly founded Theatre Royal Haymarket Company. 0845 481 1870
The Apollo Victoria is one of the leading West End theatrical venues hosting smash hit musicals in a venue brimming with art deco design. 0844 826 8000
Victoria Palace Theatre was rebuilt to its current design in 1910 and currently hosts award-winning musical productions. 0844 248 5000
The Florence Nightingale Museum is a tiny but delightful and informative insight into Florence’s life, nursing career and early wartime medicine. 020 7620 0374
The Churchill Museum is part of the Cabinet War Rooms, preserved to recreate the Cabinet meetings held below ground in WWII, and where the best exhibit is undoubtedly Churchill’s half-smoked cigars. 020 7930 6961
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