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      The most colorful street in London where people travel from 4,000 miles away to buy pizza and donuts

      ByMonelo Gabriel

      Feb 23, 2023

      London’s ‘most colourful street’ has earned such a reputation that people travel from 4,000 miles away to buy some of the best pizza and donuts money can buy. All over London there are hidden streets and neighborhoods that make you forget you are living in the city.

      There’s Hackney Wick for its arts culture, while Deptford High Street was named one of London’s coolest in 2022 and St Lukes’s Mews is famous for its colorful houses. There’s also a street, or more accurately, a ‘mini-town’, where colorful, vibrant buildings and independent shops surround you, taking away your phone signal in the process.

      Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden is an Instagram lover’s paradise. As you walk through a tunnel off Monmouth Street, you’re greeted by independent shops, neon-colored buildings with plants lining the walls, and tourists snapping photos from as many different angles as possible. People’s talk can generally be categorized as ‘wow, that’s so pretty’ as a common theme everywhere.

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      Neal’s Yard is considered one of the most colorful streets in London.(Image: Getty Images)

      Neal’s Yard became what it is largely thanks to businessman and activist Nicholas Saunders, who opened a Whole Food Warehouse at 2 Neal’s Yard in 1976. His success later spawned more independent businesses that focused on caring and being environmentally friendly. atmosphere.

      Establishments like Neal’s Yard Remedies, St John Bakery, 26 Grains, Homeslice Pizza, wine bars like Casanova & Daughters and Hair by Fairy are some of the small businesses dotted around the yard. People come from far and wide to sample the food on offer and some even travel as far as Saudi Arabia and Sheffield.

      The Doyle family came down from Sheffield and visited Neal’s Yard to sample some of the “best donuts” in town at St John Bakery. After googling the best donuts in London, while the colorful buildings are appealing, the donuts are more.


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