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.
16 Charlotte Street, Marylebone, London, W1T 2LY
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+44 (0)20 7580 3714
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16 Charlotte StreetMaryleboneLondonW1T 2LY
- +44 (0)20 7580 3714
- Public transport:
- Goodge Street, Underground
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Went down to Fitzroy Tavern with some friends after studying one Friday night (give me a break--it was exam time), only going with the intention of having one pint but, hey, the Sam Smith's lager was only £2.50 per pint and friends were around, so we stayed for four pints. The warm spring weather (and the crows) had us standing outside but the inside of the bar is decorated in a classic pub...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
Stopped in for a pint and ended up having a pint plus a rum and coke.
Excellent prices and a big crowd. Not much room to sit but a friendly group of people and it was cozy, but not claustrophobic.
Great for an after dinner drink at one of the many restaurants in the area!more
Classic London pub.
Incredibly cheap range of beers on tap, if you're a fan of stout too I can definitely increase my recommendation if that is at all possible (about £2.50 a pint)!
All the booze served here is sourced by the tavern, and you won't see any 'brand names' on the bar tender's shelves. Even if you order an old g+t, you won't be getting bombay sapphire in that.
Pretty pleased with my evening at Fitzroy's. The bartenders could have been a bit friendly, but it was Thursday night and quite crowded, so I'll give them a pass this time.
Fairly cozy, pretty typical pub feeling - they sell all their own brands of everything (beer, cider, liquor, whatever), and it keeps the prices quite nice. Just a quick walk from my office, so I'm sure I'll be back for...more