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A glossy gastropub in central London with a coveted roof terrace for post-work pints.
The Prince of Wales Feathers may at first look like any pub – albeit one that’s been given a refurb – but it has an outdoor drinking terrace on its first floor, which is rare in central London. Granted, there’s not much to look at other than the back of a few Fitzrovia buildings, but you’ll still have to fight for a seat. They’ve done a decent job kitting the space out, with ample positions to perch with your pint as well as bold murals and lime green chairs. The soft tarmac floor tiles are of questionable taste, but we suppose this meant to signify an adult post-work playground.
The interior had a generic gastropub facelift in early 2015 that belies a lively line-up of beers at the bar. The pub’s attained desirable Cask Marque status and has five English ales on regular rotation, plus there’s a wide range of London-leaning craft beers on draught such as Camden Hells (an unfiltered lager). Food and drink deals cement the post-work party vibes – plates of sliders come thick and fast from the kitchen on ‘Thirsty Thursdays’ (really), when a bottle of wine and three bar snacks will set you back just £20.
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