Great Windmill Street is a historic thoroughfare located in the vibrant district of Soho, London. The street derives its name from an actual windmill that existed on this site until the late 17th century. Easily accessible, the closest Underground stations are Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, with numerous bus routes serving the area. The street hosts an array of businesses, including restaurants, pubs like the iconic ‘The Lyric’, and entertainment venues, with the landmark Windmill International often drawing crowds. While the street is predominantly commercial, some residential flats exist, particularly above businesses, contributing to Soho’s lively mixed-use environment.