The theatre itself will have a small range of snack/treats and drinks to buy.
Places to eat around the theatre.
VQ is a buzzing 24 Hour Café & Diner just around the corner from Dominion Theatre, serving delicious food at reasonable prices, whenever you want.
Whether you're after breakfast, lunch, or a late night snack, VQ will always give you a warm welcome.
Set Menu available midday - midnight £12.95 for two courses or £15.95 for three courses.
020 7636 5888 | vqrestaurants.com | 111A Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3NQ
The Dalloway Terrace
Fully heated, this indoor-outdoor, all-day dining destination is located in The Bloomsbury hotel, just behind the Dominion Theatre.
Open throughout the year, it offers the peace and charm of a secluded secret garden in the autumn and winter, and the perfect alfresco hideaway in the spring and summer.
Enjoy afternoon tea or pre-theatre dining and drinks just two minutes from the theatre.
020 7347 1000 | doylecollection.com | 16-22 Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3NN
A charming three-floored restaurant at the Oxford Street end of one of London's premiere dining-out roads.
Customers can enjoy views of Charlotte Street from the first floor room, or relax at al fresco tables at street level.
Special menus for Dominion customers: two courses plus soft drink for £9.95 or three courses plus drink (including wine or beer) for £15.95
020 7580 1110 | pizzaexpress.com | 7-9 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 1RB
TAS Bloomsbury is located in the heart of Central London, just minutes walk from the Dominion, and the perfect place for pre- or post-theatre dinner and drinks.
Order from the a la carte menu, or the special set theatre lunch and dinner menu. TAS Restaurants are famed for their Turkish and Anatolian dishes with a wide selection of mexe starters, oven baked classics, grilled favourites, daily fish specials and an award-winning vegetarian and vegan selection.
Pre/Post-Theatre menus priced at £14.95 or £19.95 for two or three courses.
020 7637 4555 | tasrestaurants.co.uk | 22 Bloomsbury Street, London, WC1B 3QJ
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