Fitzroy Tavern, London

Fitzroy Tavern, London

An historic public house in the Fitzrovia district, the Fitzroy Tavern has an esteemed past as the place where many intellectuals, artists, and bohemians were regular guests. Among its list of well-known figures, the Fitzroy Tavern has attracted the likes of prominent literary figures such as Dylan Thomas and George Orwell. The pub even has a wall of photographs of the prominent people who have visited here.

Originally built as the Fitzroy Coffee House in 1883, this great pub is now run by the Samuel Smith Brewery, and features a great selection of ales at good prices. Wednesday nights regularly host comedy in the downstairs bar area.

Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday: 12:00 - 23:00; Sunday: 12:00 - 22:30.

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Sight Name: Fitzroy Tavern
Sight Location: London, England (See walking tours in London)
Sight Type: Food/Drink
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