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Returning to London...British Pie Week

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I'm visiting London March 6-11 and just noticed an event called British Pie Week during the same dates. I've already been to many of the popular tourist attractions and planning some different things for this trip. Some highlights include:
Staying at the Rosewood London
Garden tours...I wanted to visit Highgrove House gardens but it isn't open yet in early March.
Sir John Soane's ( I just realized it's very near the hotel)
Mansion House and Spencer House tour
St Martin-in-the-Fields (looking at performance options)
Happy hour and dinner at Cliveden House

It would be fun to include British Pie Week too. What is your favorite pie or favorite pub to order a pie? I've only had the traditional mince pie in the past but love trying new things. I found good reviews for these pubs near the hotel.
Ship Tavern
Cittie of Yorke
Ye Olde Mitre

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