London, West One.
Starting near Goodge Street underground Station, our walk takes us from Fitzrovia to Soho. You will pass many other pubs than the four below and so you can extend your walk if you wish.

The Hope, Fitzrovia
at the The Hope, Fitzrovia   From Goodge Street station, turn left and left again into Tottenham Street. Cross Whitfield Street to the Hope.
15 Tottenham St, London W1T 2AJ    Opening Hours 11-11 daily; 12-8 Sun
Licensed in 1772, the present building dates from 1867.Upper windows protected as “Ancient Lights”. A small corner no-frills pub, the wood-floored bar has bench seating with tables and stools. There are up to six ales available, and a varied menu featuring a wide range of sausages with mash and home-made gravy. Courage Best, London Pride, Greene King IPA, Sharp's Doom Bar. Free WiFi.

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Turn right out of the Hope into Whitfield Street, passing the toy museum on your right. Cross Scala Street walking on to the Fitzrovia and turn right into Goodge Street. Continue, crossing Charlotte Street and turn left into Charlotte Place. Walk on past the Duke of York to the Newman Arms on your right.

The Newman Arms

The Newman Arms

23 Rathbone St, London W1T 1NG
Open Mon-Fri ONLY, from noon.  Food served 12-3, 6-10.
The upstairs area doubles as the pie room, with delicious Home-baked Pies, prepared freshly everyday.
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Continue past the Marquis of Granby and turn right into Rathbone Place. Pass the Wheatsheaf on your left. Turn left into Oxford Street and walk along to the Tottenham.

The Tottenham

The Tottenham6 Oxford St, London W1D 1AN
Open Mon-Sat 11am-11pm.  Sunday noon-10:30
The Tottenham is the last remaining pub on Oxford Street. Once known as The Flying Horse, its heritage can be dated back to at least 1790.

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Retrace your steps to the previous junction and turn left into Soho Street. Turn left round Soho Square and into Greek Street. Turn right at the end into Bateman Street and soon reach the Dog and Duck.

Dog and Duck

Dog and Duck, Soho

The Dog and Duck.
18 Bateman St, London W1D 3AJ  Open all day from 10am daily
The Dog and Duck uses its limited legroom wisely, and manages to successfully recreate the cosy, old school feel that has attracted such diverse patrons as John Constable and Madonna in the past.

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Retrace your seps to Oxford Street for Tottenham Court tube station and buses.

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