The Bricklayers Arms, Fitzrovia - pub details
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Brewery: Samuel Smith's
General information: Comfy sofas in the upstairs bar.
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Wheatsheaf, Fitzrovia (0.0 miles), Bourne and Hollingsworth, Fitzrovia (0.0 miles), Jerusalem Bar, Fitzrovia (0.0 miles), Marquis of Granby, Fitzrovia (0.1 miles), Black Horse, Fitzrovia (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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5 most recent reviews of 48 shown - see all reviews
|I had the place to myself at 2.30pm on a Tuesday, so had the undivided attention of the bar person. Being the fifth or sixth pint of the day I was up for a chat, and luckily so was he. Nothing outstanding visually, a clean & basic pub, Brewery Bitter (2.90). It is passing strange to a frequent visitor to London that perfectly good (& some outstanding) pubs, only metres from major shopping streets & tourist sites, are deserted yet others are rammed beyond comfort. Herd mentality?|
Queenslander - 20 Aug 2014 23:09
|Cosy, friendly and welcoming, if a little spartan in the Samuel Smith's tradition.|
A hidden gem, well worth checking out if you appreciate traditional pubs.
strangetorpor - 9 Jan 2014 15:46
|We were in the Bricklayers are this Sat for a friend's birthday. It was dirty, the management were very rude, and the regular were very unfriendly. This pub used to be one of my favourites, but it has obviously gone way down hill. There are lots of nice pubs in this area, and if you want a Sam Smith's pub, the Champion is a short walk away and much nicer and better run.|
cebrando - 4 Nov 2013 08:55
|In the heart of Fitzrovia, this is a pubI'd been meaning to visit for a while as I'd heard good things about it. I have to say though that I was somewhat disappointed on my visit. I got the impression this was very much a locals pub despite being a stones throw from Oxford Street. It was also extremely quiet when I was there, even though it was late afternoon on a saturday. The person who served me was maybe the landlady (?), and although efficient, the service was abit brusk - not rude but not particularly welcoming either.|
It's a Sam Smith's pub, but in my view not one of their better ones. Would I visit this pub again? perhaps, but with so many pubs in the area, some of the competition is quite formidable.
Overall, satisfactory but a pretty unremarkable pub. It may be completely different when packed, but as I said, I wouldn't make a point of coming back unless I happen to be round the corner. The one bonus was a nice open fire in the upstairs lounge......which was almost deserted. I'll give it 6 just for that!
trebor2013 - 12 Oct 2013 18:23
|All these reviews are really out of date. Under new managment the Bricklayers is one of the best small pubs in London. Great friendly staff and a great atmosphere. The only downside is the Samuel Smiths price increase. What used to be a cheap place to drink is now one of the most expensive. Shame on you Mr Smith. |
Robynrobyn - 3 May 2012 17:06
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