One of the best bars in Fitzrovia, Jerusalem Bar and Kitchen has been the site of many a big night out. The venue packs in a regular programme of quirky events and sports screenings, and the staff are always ready to sort you with cocktails, craft beers and cracking service.
Whether you're on the hunt for after-work drinks, some pre-night out tipples or a few relaxed pints on a sunny afternoon, these gorgeous Fitzrovia pubs should do the trick. Head to W1 and you'll find a storming lineup of quality watering holes offering you everything from old school boozer vibes to bold party bars. Read on to find out which venues made our top picks for pubs in Fitzrovia.
A charming venue from the twin canons of Draft House and BrewDog, The Queen Charlotte is one of the best pubs in Fitzrovia for craft beer. Settle into the Goodge Street bar and tuck into beer bites and moreish mains, washed down with cocktails or pints from their extensive list.
A top pub on Warren Street, The Smugglers Tavern is a fun and friendly Fitzrovia spot that's got something for every night out. Whether you're stopping in for a big Friday night sesh or a few weekend tipples, the vibrant venue fronts an impressive beer selection and over 30 different rums.
A vintage venue that's got vibrancy to match, The Crown & Sceptre is a great Fitzrovia pub offering a much needed respite from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street and Bond Street. With an impressive food and drink menu, it's an ideal spot for after work pints or a boozy Friday lunch.
Looking for an escape from the tussle of Tottenham Court Road? Step into The Fitzrovia Belle, a relaxed pub and restaurant offering a cool collection of cask ales and craft beers, tasty homemade grub and a delicious Sunday roast come the day of rest.
A friendly local in the heart of the West End, The One Tun are renowned for their impressive ales and quality grub. With a front that opens up during the warmer seasons to offer pavement seating, it's a great spot for long lazy summer nights in Central London.
A traditional pub on the border of Soho and Fitzrovia, The Wheatsheaf is a proper hidden gem in the heart of London. With a mock Tudor facade and a selection of cask ales and classic British bites and some very impressive former patrons.
A traditional yet quirky establishment, The Green Man is a great bar in the heart of Fitzrovia. Their main attraction is the eclectic assortment of cider, with bottled choices and nine on-draught options, but the seasonal gastro also comes highly recommended.