About Punch & Judy
Iconic 18th century pub with original features and beer garden in the heart of Covent Garden. Serving a wide range of expertly-brewed cask ales and traditional food in a family-friendly environment, a stone’s throw from the Royal Opera House. Named after the very first recorded Punch and Judy show in England, watched by Samuel Pepys in Covent Garden in 1662, the pub is a true snapshot of history. Built in 1787, this listed venue retains much of its original stonework and all of its charm. One of the few local buildings that escaped bomb damage during the Blitz, the Punch & Judy is known worldwide. Located facing the Covent Garden Piazza, balcony guests have a superb view of the street performers below, making it the perfect place relax and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere. With a delicious selection of classic British dishes on offer, alongside and extensive drinks menu, the Punch & Judy has something for everyone. Easily accessible from Covent Garden tube station, a visit to the pub is a must for anyone wishing to make the most of the local area.