THE STORY OF The Carpenter's Arms

One of the only pubs in the Fitzrovia area to survive the war, The Carpenters Arms handsomely retains its 1930’s tiled frontage and is enduringly popular with local residents and visitors to the capital alike.  

Known as the ‘Granny Annexe’ and complete with tasselled lampshades and royal memorabilia, the pub boasts an upstairs ‘Belle Bar’, available for private hire. With traditional wood-panelling, sumptuous furnishings and contemporary touches, The Carpenters Arms is dog-friendly, but its best-kept secret is its rooftop beer garden – a rare treat for London pub-goers and perfect for lazy afternoons, al-fresco dining or just a glass of something special on a sunny afternoon.   

The Carpenters Arms is located at the heart of Fitzrovia, with its generous peppering of independent boutique shops and close proximity to lively Tottenham Court Road and Soho. Well-connected by Warren Street, Goodge Street and Euston stations and attracting a diverse clientele, it is easy to find but perhaps a little harder to leave…