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Built in 1787, this pub was thought to be named after the puppet show performances that took place in the nearby piazza for the children of flower-sellers - Covent Garden originally being a flower market. This is a listed building and retains much of the original brick and stonework. It's known as being one of the very few buildings in the area that escaped bomb damage during the blitz... Read more at: http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/place/70103-punch-and-judy
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Punch & Judy

Built in 1787, this pub was thought to be named after the puppet show performances that took place in the nearby piazza for the children of flower-sellers - Covent Garden originally being a flower market. This is a listed building and retains much of the original brick and stonework. It's known as being one of the very few buildings in the area that escaped bomb damage during the blitz... Read more at: http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/place/70103-punch-and-judy

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Punch & Judy, Ipswich - Restaurant Reviews, Phone Number & Photos - TripAdvisor
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Phone: +44 20 7379 0923
Price Range: 10-30£
Description: Built in 1787, this pub was thought to be named after the puppet show performances that took place in the nearby piazza for the children of flower-sellers - Covent Garden originally being a flower market. This is a listed building and retains much of the original brick and stonework. It's known as being one of the very few buildings in the area that escaped bomb damage during the blitz... Read more at: http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/place/70103-punch-and-judy
Cuisine: British,Pub
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