Bars Near King's Cross
With a major London railway terminus, and new regeneration projects, King's Cross is no longer the shabby red-light district it once was. Bridging the gap between Camden Town and Central London, King's Cross is now home to a rapidly growing nightlife scene that is exciting and inclusive, with classic bars, secret basement parties and prohibition-escaping speakeasys. Take a trip away from your usual stomping ground and explore the best King's Cross bars.
Last updated on 14th November 2017
The King's Cross stop for after work drinks, private parties and great cocktails happy hour is Be At One, on Caledonian Road. With minimalist interior as the perfect, cool background to your evening, a night that starts here is sure to be one to remember. The bar is also positioned conveniently up the road from King's Cross station for those missed trains and long waits. Book yourself a space now.
Looking for somewhere to drink near King's Cross that crosses pub casual with east London cool? Join Star Of Kings not only for some of the best pints and summer drinks in the business, their basement is quite the thumper come sundown.
From banging DJs through to freelancing space, The Big Chill House in King's Cross has something for everyone. The bar has a homely selection of dishes, along with a roaring line-up of events and some great beers on tap.
When it comes to a bar near Kings Cross, you don't technically get closer than inside the station itself. One of the most indulgent places to drink in the area, head on over to Searcys for Champagne, a smattering of oysters and a truly indulgent experience in a top, luxe space.
Dose up on British bites, cocktails and craft beer aplenty at the Somers Town Coffee House; one of the best bars near King's Cross. Get set for a roster of themed rooms, private dining spaces, a speakeasy cocktail bar, a hidden garden and plenty more.
Heralded as part of the Drake & Morgan team, this restaurant near King's Cross isn't just decked out in some of the coolest interiors in the city. their quirky cocktail menu and dishes of international favourites are a hard one to simply walk by.
A boutique venue perfect for private hire options, hosting events or just your standard gastro-pub experience, The Driver is a favourite King's Cross bar for relaxed socialising. Head here for an after work venue that always has a pleasant buzz and isn't too busy as well as some casual dining.
The Refinery is an elegant space renowned for its seasonal fare and a 40-strong wine list. Alight at Warren Street and find your way inside, the venue features slick wood-panneling and an open-plan kitchen to assure a vibrant buzz. It’s good regardless of whether you’re looking for a light salad or a 10oz t-bone steak, and there’s a strong choice of immaculately presented cocktails for good measure.
Right inside St Pancras Station, this pub is so conveniently placed you can pretty much hop straight from the bar to your train! And this pub doesn't just have convenience to offer, it's also a very special venue in it's own right. Decorated like an old manor house, the English heritage touches, hefty fireplaces and cavernous ceilings give it a very dapper feel.
In what was once a Victorian Steamhouse, and a sex shop, Drink, Shop and Do is a bar near King's Cross for revellers every night of the week thanks to their unique events, late nights and quirky interiors. Grab a cocktail and get down with your fellow King's Cross party-goers this weekend.