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4 Conway Street
Telephone(020) 3927 4480
Real AleLunchtime MealsEvening MealsRestaurant
Opening times: Mon closed; Tue–Thu 11:30-23:00; Fri and Sat 11:30-24:00; Sun 11:30-19:00

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

Reopened February 2019. The pub features two cask and one or two keg beers from Gritchie Brewing Company’s 20bbl brewery at Ashgrove Farm located on the Wiltshire/Dorset border. In addition you will find Paulaner Munich Hells, Keller Pils - Lost & Grounded and Delirium Tremens - Huyghe a 7.5% Belgian Strong Pale Ale. Guy Ritchie has returned to the hospitality industry by taking over The Lukin on Conway Street, which closed down earlier this year and is being refurbished by its owners Mitchells & Butler. “The Lukin was one of the more characterful pubs in the area so we were worried that a refurb would make it a bit soulless”, a Fitzrovia resident says.

“But the whispers about the new landlord means that we could be drinking next to the Beckhams, which is enough for us.” Companies House records show that Ritchie has set up Fatboy Pub Company Ltd, a private limited company categorised under “public houses and bars” earlier this year.

Delightful small independent pub just off Fitzroy Square and close to the base of the BT Tower. The building dates back to the late 1700s, and since 1829 has been a pub.