You'll find a stunning restaurant and Europe's longest champagne bar inside St Pancras International station. Roll in on the Eurostar, head over to Searcys and treat yourself to a fantastic all round dining experience. A good range of food is teamed with a plethora of whiskies, chic cocktails and library of champagnes. There's friendly service and blankets and fan heaters for year-round dining.
Best Bars Near Train Stations
For most of us commuting is an essential part of our day - and far from the highlight. So why not lighten up this daily duty by indulging in a glass of bubbly - or whatever your tipple might be. By conjuring up this list of 'best train station bars' just for you, you have no excuse not to. So when your working day is done, you can look forward to the light at the beginning of the tunnel (see what I did there). Skip the tedious rush hour and enjoy a glass of what you fancy, after all, you deserve it.
Just a stones throw away from Euston station, pop into The Exmouth Arms for a spot of burger munching and pint guzzling pre or post commute. Their kitchen is renowned for running out piled high pattys as pulling a spread of fine beers and ales so you can come in whatever the weather and find yourself some hearty grub and a good drink.
Located just minutes from Waterloo station, this wine-centric spot is a perfect space whether you're looking for drinks after work or a break from commuting. You'll find a fabulous lineup of pop-up chefs alongside tasty international wines and some of Britain's finest.
Avoid the stress of Waterloo station with a trip to a bar – particularly, All Bar One. Featuring a menu packed with classic British dishes, and a whole series of deals on cocktails, wine and more, you can beat the rush hour stress with just one venue.
Formerly the VIP lounge for first class rail passengers at Victoria Station, you'll be glad to know that first class service is still of the utmost importance at Réunion bar. This fabulous drinking spot was once the elite of all train station bars, often frequented by famous actors including Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh. So for those looking to sip upon their post-office beverage in the most stylish of fashion, look no further than the Reunion..
In the arches attached to Deptford station, you'll find Little Nan's - a quirky joint celebrating a love of Eastenders' Pat Butcher. Serving cocktails topped with nostalgic sweets, bottomless brunches or dinners, and afternoon tea, this one is ideal for any occasion.
There's always time for a quick pint! And this is the last port of boozing call before you hop on the Eurostar to Paris. A spacious, elegantly grandiose pub with swooping domed ceilings and charming touches; what better place to bid adieu to London for the moment? Offering a variety of different spaces, including a light flooded terrace, boardroom, pantry and dining room, this is truly a pub for all occasions.
Located a stone's throw from Victoria station, Purgatory Bar on Cambridge Street is a top spot for smoking concoctions. Delve into its creative cocktail delights, which are all served with a side of theatre, in its gorgeous indoor space or outdoor terrace.
Got some time to kill before you head off? Check out the impressive rooftop bar at Market Hall Victoria. Not only is this a hub for the city's best street food, but the terrace upstairs boasts amazing views, tasty concoctions and cosy heated booths.
Train stations are stressful enough without the disappointment of being lumbered by another Starbucks or Costa stop off. Enter The Parcel Yard. A far cry from the saturated station favourites, this Grade 1 listed bar boats 2 floors and original, timeless features giving the perfect pit stop for a relxing bevvy or wholesome meal.
Boasting all the charm and character of a true British Pub, this superb little Liverpool Street sanctuary offers everything you could want in a post-office/pre-commute drink, especially if you're feeling a tad peckish. Not only does it serve up some superlative drinks - whether you're a lover of the grain or the grape - but the menu is fantastic too. So what better excuse do you have to put your feet up (although the bar really is quite high) and shake off the days events, start to look forward to your journey home - as you should.