Right in the midst of lively Soho is Greek Street, a bustling pathway that encapsulates the essence of London’s charm. Greek Street’s name is said to derive from a Greek church that was projected but never built in the early 18th century. The street is steeped in history, famously housing the residence of Thomas De Quincey and serving as the setting for Charles Dickens’ ‘A Tale of Two Cities’. Today, Greek Street is home to a vibrant array of restaurants, pubs, and unique shops. It’s also the go-to place for theatre-lovers, with the esteemed Soho Theatre gracing its presence here. Conveniently accessible via Tottenham Court Road or Leicester Square tube stations, or by the 14 or 19 bus routes, Greek Street offers historical fascination, diverse business interests, and prime accessibility. A visit to Soho isn’t complete without a stroll down Greek Street.