A pub to write your debut novel in or just talk about it in, while you get drunk for just over a tenner…
London has a thousand pubs, so which one do you choose for an evening of indulgence? The cheapest probably. The Fitzroy Tavern is part of the Samuel Smith’s Group, which means it’s drinks are refreshingly good value. It also is probably the artiest pint you’ll get in the city. Based in the heart of Fitzrovia, the pub has been a hangout of writers, bohemians, and intellectuals through the decades. So you can drink your pint, happy in the knowledge that you are following in the footsteps of George Orwell, and that, as a result, the novel you’ve been talking about for years will definitely be published!
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