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Bobby Fitzpatrick

  • Hampstead
  • After Work
  • £££

This bar celebrates all things retro without being tacky. Pair this with a Rum filled cocktail list and a stellar soundtrack and you've got the perfect night out.

Information

Address
273 West End Lane, London, NW6 1QS
Contact
+44 (0) 20 7433 1989
Opening Times
Mon-Wed 15.30-23.30
Thur-Fri 3.30-01.00
Sat 10.00-01.00
Sun 10.00-00.00

Reviews

  • The Nudge

    The Nudge Says…

    Venture inside, and you’ll step into a bona fide time capsule, with wooden tongue-and-groove walls crammed with autographed pictures of ’70s icons, diner-style tables jutting out from the walls and a soundtrack to make Wes Anderson proud. Here on the ground floor is Bobby’s dining room and kitchen, where you can stock up on all-American comfort food...Head downstairs into the basement, however, and you’ll find yourself in Bobby’s party pad: imagine Studio 54-style antics, in your nan’s living room… only not as disturbing.

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  • Evening Standard

    Evening Standard Says…

    Bobby F wants punters to hang up their hang-ups. The menu is full of rum, the good-time spirit, and tequila, the really good-time spirit. The drinks are built to party with. You want proof? They have cocktail umbrellas and the plastic stirrers are miniature strippers. Things arrive on fire. They do slushies, punches, and call their cocktails things like Enrique The 5th. I won’t bore you with the details, apart from to say drinks are much better than expected, way beyond sloppily put together “party drinks”.

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  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    Remember your nan’s front room? The one she decorated back when shag carpets were chic? Welcome to Bobby Fitzpatrick: a ’70s-themed cocktail bar in West Hampstead that takes nostalgia to new levels. Think natty wallpaper, a stucco ceiling, a vintage playlist and way too much wood. But once you get over the weirdness of watching north Londoners in their shirtsleeves perched on old folks’ home armchairs, Bobby Fitzpatrick works. There’s also something weirdly comforting about escaping our decade for the evening and getting drunk in another one.

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