Getting ready for reopening

Headline Date 01-04-2021

From 12 April, we will move to Step 2 of the Government’s Roadmap, which means the long-awaited return of non-essential retail, gyms and outdoor hospitality venues. In anticipation of the easing of some restrictions, we’ve put together a quick guide of places to enjoy in the area whether you’re looking for some retail therapy, a catch up with friends or getting back to the gym.

Cardinal Place

Shops and restaurants in Cardinal Place will be ready to welcome you back from 12 April. Molton Brown, T2, Nespresso and Waterstones are reopening their doors while you can also enjoy alfresco dining from Wagamama, Nando’s and Zizzi. For full information visit the Create Victoria website.

Eccleston Yards

Eccleston Yards, the London destination for wellbeing, is reopening from 12 April. Visitors to the Yards will be able to bask in the spring sunshine with alfresco dining from Wild by Tart, Jones Family Kitchen and Morena. They can also enjoy a workout at Barry’s Bootcamp and a spot of shopping at 50m, Tailor Made and Overglam. For more information visit the Eccleston Yards webpage.

Victoria Station

Retailers in Victoria Station and the Victoria Place Shopping Centre will be returning from 12 April. This includes Accessorize, Cards Galore, Hotel Chocolat, Neal’s Yard, Oliver Bonas, Paperchase, Scribbler, Timpsons, Neon Sheep, Claire’s, The Body Shop, New Look, Mountain Warehouse, Hema, London Calling, and Next. You can also grab a takeaway from itsu, Wasabi, Patisserie Valerie, McDonald’s, Subway, Tortilla, Pret, Leon, McDonald’s, KFC, Costa, Lola’s Cupcakes and Café Nero. For up to date information visit the Victoria Station webpage and the Victoria Place Shopping Centre website.


Local foodie destination, Nova will be reopening on 12 April and offering visitors alfresco dining from a range of eateries including Franco Manca, Stokehouse, Sticks n’ Sushi, Timmy Green, Bone Daddies, Shake Shack, Island Poke and Rail House Café. You can also enjoy delicious coffee and pastries from Notes and Ole & Steen or your favourite tipple, with outside seating courtesy of Greenwood, Vagabond and Flight Club.

If you’re looking for a workout to get you back into the swing of things 1Rebel will also be back open from the 12th. For more information visit the Create Victoria website.

Other shops, gyms and restaurants with alfresco dining that will reopen from 12 April include House of Fraser, Sutton and Robertson, Thomas Exchange Global, Pizza Pilgrims, Chez Antoinette, M Restaurant and Gymbox.

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