You'll find this traditional little pub in the backstreets of Fitzrovia, tucked away on Rathbone Place. Apparently it was Dylan Thomas' favourite drinking spot, back in the day. It's got a dinky exterior but inside it extends over two floors, with upstairs given over to regular comedy line ups - the improv nights are popular. The drinks list is typical pub fare, with what looks like a decent range of ale on draught. The food menu follows suit, mostly comprising traditional pub grub. And if it's a sunny day? There's a few tables outside for pavement drinking.
Venue says: “We serve award-winning cask-conditioned ales, craft beer, lager, wines, premium spirits and home-cooked food.”