Not to be confused with the Louvre hotel, this small spot is located on a side-street with many Japanese restaurants.
Just after they reached the side-street where Wade left him to go down to his church, he met Sue Northwick driving in her sleigh.
She ventured down a side-street, toward a furnace-glow of sunset.
He plodded three slushy blocks up a side-street before he found a cab.
She would have to toil in a few cells of a beehive on a side-street.
Halfway up the gentle slope of the boulevard, however, a Ford galloped out from a side-street.
She had turned obediently when he suggested the side-street.
From Broadway it barked loudly into a side-street where easily, with a soapy slide, it stopped.
Then she turned down a side-street to the Embankment, near Vauxhall Bridge.
One evening when he was walking with a friend in Piccadilly, a girl coming from a side-street accosted him in German.