London pub group the Draft House has opened its fifth site in the capital, its first north of the Thames. Housed in the former Northumberland Arms, which has been a pub since the early 1800s, it is the first outlet serving breakfast, from 8.30am to 11am.
Opened 14 August
Owner Charlie McVeigh
Executive chef Richard Shucksmith
Manager Jo Husak
Menu Typical dishes include foot-long scratchings and hamburger specials the Yolk, the Smoke and the Poke, next to pork bap, macaroni and cheese and a nine-inch hot dog. Breakfast options include waffles, spelt muesli, fresh fruit and yogurt and baked beans on sourdough toast.
Average spend £20
Address 43 Goodge Street, London W1T 1TA