The Fitzroy Tavern is an old Victorian pub, historically popular with now famous artists and writers. Today, it maintains literary links with the Writer's Bar downstairs and still attracts many noted faces from public life. With plenty of seating there is a lively but relaxed feel to the pub. Food can be eaten outside or inside with choices from a traditional pub menu. They can cater for private parties of up to 30 guests in their function room.
Venue Details & Map
16 Charlotte StreetMaryleboneLondonW1T 2LY
- +44 (0)20 7580 3714
- Public transport:
- Goodge Street, Underground
All beers are vegan & additive free. Lots are organic. And decent for London prices!
Haven't tried the food.
Tucked away down an alley, it's nice and quiet for a meet up.more
After a lovely dinner across the street, I came in here with a friend to share a last pint with him before he moved out of the UK. Unfortunately, I was still on China time, so I proceeded to be the slowest beer drinker in the history of humankind as I descended deeper into jetlagged sleepiness, but I still liked the Fitzroy Tavern a lot.
First, I love the center bar. Very efficient.
The Fitzroy is everything you could want in a London pub. You can barely get more central, the drinks are amongst the cheapest in town and you practically choke to death on the old-world charm.
As a beer-obsessed vegan, it is my duty to know that the majority of Samuel Smith brews are completely free of animal products. That's right, a lot of beer on the market are fined with bits of...more
A strong recommendation for a local pub made by a friend who lived in the Fitzrovia neighborhood. The pub food and selection of Sam Smith taps did not disappoint. A friendly watering hole.more
Good pub!Was once a great pub. I first came here
in the 60's with the painter Robert MacBryde & the
writer, Elizabeth Smart : but that was just the start!
At afternoon closing, most people in the French
pub (Soho) would either drift south to the Kismet Club
or walk north to the Mandrake, Muriel's or the Fitzroy which mysteriously
stayed open :different licensing hours? In those days...more