Nestled snugly alongside Covent Garden's Royal Opera House, Maxwell's flagship 300-seater restaurant oozes a warm, welcoming and relaxed feel.
Right on the Piazza and almost facing the tube, this feel-good slice of America is just the watering hole you need. So after you’ve hit the shops, laughed at the street theatre, and admired the Indigo Jones achitecture, this is where you need to head. We love this ultra-handy bar and restaurant. As do all the right sort of metro-wannabes and young luvvies. It’s got a buzzy upbeat vibe to lift even the most jaded of moods.
Maxwell’s offer a popular American style menu – Buffalo wings, club sandwiches, fajitas, chilli, ribs, steak and the ubiquitous burger as well as mouthwatering desserts including apple pie, chocolate brownies and sticky toffee pudding. Perfect for children & families, Maxwell’s work a winning combination of good food with a sensible bill in the heart of Covent Garden.
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