Between Marylebone and Bloomsbury, and just north of Soho, Fitzrovia finds itself right in the midst of things. Traditionally boasting some of the capital's best boozers, it's also now an area with a bit of a reputation for its restaurants - and with good reason, getting a table at some proves practically Herculean. There's quite a bit of history too, with its bohemian past playing host to the likes of Virginia Woolf, George Bernard Shaw and Arthur Rimbaud - the latter's libertine legacy lasting.
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