Morco awning at Pizza Pilgriim

Pizza Pilgrims open in Garrick St with a new awning

20 Sep 2016

Pizza Pilgrims is a modern Pizzeria with a traditional flavour which is why they chose us to install our fabulous traditional Victorian awning at their new restaurant in Garrick Street in the heart of London. This is the latest branch of Pizza Pilgrims who already have branches in Soho, Carnaby Street, and Exmouth Market.

The Morco traditional awning we have installed looks fabulous in a striking green and white stripe with plain matching green valance to set off the logo and text message. The harvested hardwood timbers were carefully colour matched with environmentally friendly water based paint and the awning sits beautifully within the traditional shop front.

Garrick Street is of course famous in London for its numerous Gentlemen's Clubs including the "Garrick". Most of these clubs have been consigned to history but no historical romance set in London can be complete without one of them being mentioned.

David Garrick, the second son and third child of Peter and Arabella Garrick, was born at the Angel Inn, Hereford, on 19 February 1717. David's grandfather, David de la Garrique, was a Huguenot who fled France in 1685, and David's father Peter was brought to England in 1687.

 

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