About Watford

Watford is a town and borough in Hertfordshire, England, 15 miles northwest of Central London. It is well known to be used as a residential town for London commuters.

The popular town evolved from a small market town to become an industrial centre during the Industrial Revolution. The Grand Junction Canal, which opened in 1805, spurred the growth of paper-making mills and other industries.

Eating And Drinking In Watford

Eating And Drinking In Watford

Enjoy Italian cuisine in this friendly, colourful restaurant. Featuring traditional dishes such as pizzas and pasta.  L'Artista is the perfect spot for a relaxed night out with friends or family. Opening times are 12pm-11:30pm Monday-Sunday.

The Steak Restaurant is well known for cooking up the best meat in town. They only source the finest single farm reared beef from around the UK. All the steak cuts are from beef that has been aged on the bone for at least 28 days. the best ingredients and serve it all with a smile.

Saffron House is a Traditional Indian based down Courtlands Drive featuring Nepalese specialities. It is very popular with locals. All dishes are prepared by great chefs and served in simple, contemporary space.

Shopping In Watford

Shopping In Watford

Waterfield’s Shopping Park is an indoor shopping centre located down Waterfield’s Way. It offers a handful of high-street retail stores, plus two hours' free parking and free Wi-Fi. There is also plenty of space to relax with a drink or snack in the cafe area

The LEGO Store Watford is the ideal place to help children discover their creative side while they get lost in a world of imagination, fun and learning. The range of LEGO products at this store includes building sets and bricks, figurines, and toys.

Atria Watford is a shopping centre located in Watford, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom. It has over 100 shops and restaurants including The Entertainer, Hollister, M&S Food hall, and many more.

Things To Do In Watford

Things To Do In Watford

Cassiobury Park is a park located in Watford, England. The park can be found down Gade Avenue and provides a place to walk and run around. A few cafes and restaurants are located inside the park. There is also a mini train that takes you around the park or there are multiple bicycles available at no cost for visitors to use.

Watford Palace Theatre is a vibrant and lively theatre in the heart of Watford. It takes pride of place on Clarendon Road and is a Grade II listed building, with its latest refurbishment completed in 2004. The 600-seat theatre features its own rehearsal room, wardrobe, cafe and bar.

Vicarage Road is a football stadium in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, and the home of Watford Football Club. It has been their home since 1922, when they moved from Cassio Road. The ground's current capacity is 22,200 all-seated.

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