Fitzroy Tavern

Fitzroy Tavern

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16 Charlotte St., London, England W1T 2NA, United Kingdom

Dating back to 1883, the Fitzroy Tavern is certainly steeped in history. This London pub was a gathering place for such literary icons as Dylan Thomas and George Orwell. Today, the pub still draws an artsy and intellectual crowd, and its Writers and Artists Bar is a testament to its history and clientele. The Fitzroy even remains somewhat of a celebrity haunt to this day. Offerings include a traditional pub menu, accompanied by a selection of Samuel Smith beers. The Fitzroy Tavern’s unique, historic atmosphere and convenient Fitzrovia location have made it a favorite among locals, college students, and tourists.

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