Greenwich awnings installed at Pizza Express, The Strand

25 Oct 2017

Corporate graphics are really important and at Morco we make sure to get them right, every time. These Greenwich awnings at Pizza Express on the Strand in London are a perfect example. Using our unique RAGS graphics system we have been able to replicate the Pizza Express logo faithfully and  with eye catching definition.  We know how important your logo is to you and you can be sure it will be faithfully reproduced by us on your new awning.

Pizza Express on The Strand is a  large and modern restaurant  situated directly opposite Charing Cross station and is a few minutes' walk away from the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery. It is the closest Pizza Express restaurant to Trafalgar Square and can seat 300 customers over two floors with availability for large group bookings. 

The Strand's name comes from the Old English strond, meaning the edge of a river, as it historically ran alongside the north bank of the River Thames. The street was popular with the British upper classes between the 12th and 17th centuries, with many historically important mansions being built between the Strand and the river. The aristocracy moved to the West End over the 17th century, following which the Strand became well known for coffee shops, restaurants and taverns. The street was a centre point for theatre and music hall during the 19th century, and several venues remain on the Strand and of course Pizza Express!

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