Traditional London Pub
The Masons Arms is situated on Devonshire Street in the heart of Fitzrovia and has been a traditional London pub since 1848. We have retained many of its original features and each year we put on a spectacular exterior floral display. We are proud to have won the London in Bloom Pub of the Year 2014.
We offer four cask ales and 10 draught beers on the bar and with our cask marque award for excellence, drinkers can be assured of a great pint. We also have a vast selection of premium spirits and an excellent range of wines by the glass or bottle.
We are also renowned for our menu of traditional English and Thai dishes, to eat in or take away.
Situated in the heart of Devonshire street since 1848 when the first recorded licensee Mr Charles Cotton took up residence the Masons Arms has remained a traditional London pub retaining lots of original features many relating to the free masons compass and square.
Devonshire Street was built in the 1820’s by the famous architect of the time Mr John Nash. Throughout the Second World War Devonshire street suffered severe bomb damage, however the Masons Arms remained undamaged. Next door at number 57 lived Forbes Winslow the founder of “The British hospital” for mental disorder. Other famous residences were Sir John Herschel the great astronomer & Charles Babbage the great mathematician and the inventor of the calculating machine.
|Monday to Thursday||
Food is served:
11.00am - 11.00pm
|Monday to Friday|
|Friday to Saturday||12:00pm to 9:00pm|
11.00am - Midnight
|12:00p to 3:00pm|
12.00pm - 10:30pm
|Food is not served on Sunday|