Meet The
Locals

Location

Business leaders rub shoulders with gallerists and artists in Fitzrovia – and it’s this very eclecticism that gives the district its irresistible air of Bohemian insouciance. Here you’ll find some of the capital’s most fashionable eateries, bars, boutique hotels, coffee houses and arts destinations.

Dabbous

Dabbous

Fitzrovia’s most famous kitchen has been dazzling diners with Michelin- starred modern European cuisine since it burst onto the scene in 2012.

Contact

39 Whitfield St
London WIT 2SF
020 7323 1544
dabbous.co.uk

Berners Tavern

Berners Tavern

A knock-out restaurant from the Jason Atherton stable, you’ll find Berners Tavern’s impossibly ornate dining room at the equally glamorous Edition hotel.

Contact

10 Berners St
London W1T 3LF
020 7908 7979
bernerstavern.com

Charlotte Street Hotel

Charlotte Street Hotel

Inspired by the Bloomsbury set, this boutique hotel brings together art, luxury and witty British style, with elegant results.

Contact

5-17 Charlotte St
London W1T 1RJ
020 7806 2000
firmdalehotels.com

Tap Coffee

Tap Coffee

Tap is proof that if you get the basics right, magic can happen. Expect superb coffee, friendly chat, great food and an unhurried vibe.

Contact

114 Tottenham Court Rd
London W1T 5AH
020 7580 2163
tapcoffee.co.uk

Black Eyewear

Black Eyewear

Home of the vintage-inspired frames of Robert Roope, whose designs are influenced by the eyewear worn by jazz musicians of BLACK EYEWEAR the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s.

Contact

38 Goodge St
London W1T 2QW
020 7637 2144
blackeyewear.com

Bubbledogs

Bubbledogs

Champagne and hot dogs may not be the most classical of pairings, but at Bubbledogs, it works.

Contact

70 Charlotte St
London W1T 4QG
020 7637 7770
bubbledogs.co.uk

Rebecca Hossack Gallery

Rebecca Hossack Gallery

For over a quarter of a century, Rebecca Hossack’s galleries have been Fitzrovian favourites. Today, she has two galleries in the district, as well as one in New York.

Contact

2a Conway St
London W1T 6BA
020 7436 4899
rebeccahossack.com

Roka

Roka

The flagship restaurant of the popular ROKA group serves Japanese robatayaki cuisine, prepared in front of you in an open kitchen.

Contact

37 Charlotte St
London W1T 1RR
020 7580 6464
rokarestaurant.com

Dabbous

Dabbous

Fitzrovia’s most famous kitchen has been dazzling diners with Michelin- starred modern European cuisine since it burst onto the scene in 2012.

Contact

39 Whitfield St
London WIT 2SF
020 7323 1544
dabbous.co.uk

Berners Tavern

Berners Tavern

A knock-out restaurant from the Jason Atherton stable, you’ll find Berners Tavern’s impossibly ornate dining room at the equally glamorous Edition hotel.

Contact

10 Berners St
London W1T 3LF
020 7908 7979
bernerstavern.com

Charlotte Street Hotel

Charlotte Street Hotel

Inspired by the Bloomsbury set, this boutique hotel brings together art, luxury and witty British style, with elegant results.

Contact

5-17 Charlotte St
London W1T 1RJ
020 7806 2000
firmdalehotels.com

Tap Coffee

Tap Coffee

Tap is proof that if you get the basics right, magic can happen. Expect superb coffee, friendly chat, great food and an unhurried vibe.

Contact

114 Tottenham Court Rd
London W1T 5AH
020 7580 2163
tapcoffee.co.uk

Black Eyewear

Black Eyewear

Home of the vintage-inspired frames of Robert Roope, whose designs are influenced by the eyewear worn by jazz musicians of BLACK EYEWEAR the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s.

Contact

38 Goodge St
London W1T 2QW
020 7637 2144
blackeyewear.com

Bubbledogs

Bubbledogs

Champagne and hot dogs may not be the most classical of pairings, but at Bubbledogs, it works.

Contact

70 Charlotte St
London W1T 4QG
020 7637 7770
bubbledogs.co.uk

Rebecca Hossack Gallery

Rebecca Hossack Gallery

For over a quarter of a century, Rebecca Hossack’s galleries have been Fitzrovian favourites. Today, she has two galleries in the district, as well as one in New York.

Contact

2a Conway St
London W1T 6BA
020 7436 4899
rebeccahossack.com

Roka

Roka

The flagship restaurant of the popular ROKA group serves Japanese robatayaki cuisine, prepared in front of you in an open kitchen.

Contact

37 Charlotte St
London W1T 1RR
020 7580 6464
rokarestaurant.com

Your Neighbours

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Amenities
Occupiers
Dining Out
  • 1Pied a Terre
  • 2Roka
  • 3Dabbous
  • 4Sardo
  • 5Lima
  • 6Bubbledogs
  • 7Barnyard
  • 8Bobo Social
  • 9Berners Tavern
  • 10Charlotte Street Hotel
  • 11Draft House
  • 12The Riding House Café
  • 13The Reverend W J Simpson
Art & Lifestyle
  • 14Rosenfeld Porcini
  • 15Rollo Contemporary Art
  • 16FOLD Gallery
  • 17Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery
  • 18Nancy Victor
  • 19Epoch Fitness
  • 20e Disguisery
  • 21Sharps
  • 22Jonathan Quearney
  • 23Black Eyewear
  • 24Rivet & Hide
  • 25Heals
PR, Advertising & Marketing
  • 1Saatchi & Saatchi
  • 2Saatchi Masius
  • 3Target Media
  • 4Organic
  • 5Cream
  • 6CNC Communications
  • 7bigdog
  • 8Face
Media, Film & Publishing
  • 9British Film Institute
  • 10Bladonmore
  • 11The Mill
  • 12Independent Talent
  • 13Bare
  • 14A3 Limited
  • 15Potato
Finance, Tech & Architecture
  • 16Ryder Architecture
  • 17Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
  • 18Chandler KBS
  • 19Bellerive Finance
  • 20Adobe Systems
  • 21AOL UK
  • 22Wayra

Transport Links

Goodge Street

2 minutes walk

Northern

Tottenham Court Road

8 minutes walk

Crossrail Central Northern

Warren Street

8 minutes walk

Northern Victoria

Euston

3 minutes via Goodge Street

National Rail Northern Victoria

Waterloo

6 minutes via Goodge Street

National Rail Bakerloo Jubilee Northern Waterloo & City

Kings Cross St Pancras

8 minutes via Goodge Street

National Rail Circle Hammersmith & City Metropolitan Northern Piccadilly Victoria

Liverpool Street

9 minutes via Tottenham Court Road

National Rail Central Circle Hammersmith & City Metropolitan Overground

Heathrow

30 minutes via
Tottenham Court Road

Crossrail
Station Minutes Mode
Goodge Street 2 mode
Tottenham Court Road 8 mode
Warren Street 8 mode
Euston 2 mode
Waterloo 6 mode
Kings Cross St Pancras 8 mode
Liverpool Street 9 mode
Heathrow 36 mode
Ollie Dabbous
Ian Rosenfeld
Jonathan Quearney

Meet The Locals

Ollie Dabbous
Chef

Within a few months of opening Dabbous on Whitfield Street, Ollie had bagged both a Michelin star and a rare five-star review from Fay Maschler. That was back in 2012. Since then, Dabbous has been one of London’s hottest tickets, with reservations taken months in advance.

 

For Ollie, who trained at the likes of Noma, Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons and The Fat Duck, the runaway success of Dabbous quickly secured him a reputation as one of the culinary world’s brightest young stars. We spoke with the chef and restaurateur to find out what makes Dabbous so special, and why he chose Fitzrovia for his first venture.

Ian Rosenfeld
Gallerist

Ian Rosenfeld and his co-director Dario Porcini founded their Rathbone Street gallery, Rosenfeld Porcini, in 2011. As directors of Italy’s prestigious Galleria Napoli Nobilissima, the pair wanted to set up a gallery space in London, and felt drawn to Fitzrovia’s dynamism and energy. Back then, Rosenfeld Porcini was one of just a handful of galleries in the area. Today, Fitzrovia is one of London’s most exciting art hubs, and Ian’s is one of its best-known galleries, with a proudly international outlook and a commitment to showing contemporary artists from around the world.

 

We spoke with film-maker, photographer and gallery director Ian about how he considers Fitzrovia to be a ‘leitmotif for London’, how the neighbourhood has evolved since Rosenfeld Porcini arrived on the scene, and where to find authentic Genoese fare in the capital (yes, it’s in Fitzrovia).

Jonathan Quearney
Tailor

Jonathan first learned about tailoring as a boy, helping out at his father’s bespoke tailoring business in Dublin. His love of cloth and cut led him to Savile Row, where he trained at the likes of Airey & Wheeler and English Cut, diligently mastering his craft.

 

Once Jonathan began to cut his own bespoke silhouettes, demand grew quickly for his subtle but individual suits, and he opened his first shop in Fitzrovia over a decade ago. Today, the master tailor travels the world serving a global clientele, while his brand is set to launch its first ready-to-wear capsule collection. We spoke with Jonathan about how Fitzrovia has evolved since he’s been here, and what it means for his business.

 

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