Best King's Cross Bars
While once known for hearty British boozers, the creative takeover has finally fallen upon King's Cross. Boasting a marvellous bar scene and great if you want a change from Shoreditch, West End or Soho bars, King's Cross is coming up from pawn ranks to king trumps. Perfectly located in North London, discover a new favourite for after-work drinks, catching up with friends, impressing a date, or even cocktails and late night dancing in this bustling part of the city.
Whether it's after work drinks, chilled out date nights or catching up with mates, make sure you head north of the river to this pub in King's Cross. Not only does Little Creatures churn out craft beers with a bang, but there's also gourmet burgers and sharing platters.
A cool riverside bar and restaurant in Kinds Cross, Rotunda is a hidden gem. Soak up some rays while watching the boats drift past on a summer day or snuggle up in a cosy nook when the weather turns, sampling a number of their innovative cocktail creations.
Simmons is a unique and quirky cocktail bar with some of the coolest, kitsch interiors in the business. If you're a cocktail drinker, this Kings Cross bar won't let you down, serving unique mixes with a famously fantastic happy hour.
If you love a big glass of wine to help you unwind after work, look no further than Vinoteca King's Cross. An industrial space made up of light and airy decor with outdoor seating and all-day dining, it's a chilled setting to explore a varied collection of top-quality bottles.
Anthracite is a bar that has indulgence at its core, with plush interiors, dark lighting and the kind of sultry feel that you easily spend hours soaking up. Head over to this Kings Cross haunt on your next date night and sweep your partner off their feet with the opulent menu of martinis.
Work off those weekday woes in a swanky bar with banging beats, tasty tipples, fine wines and some great gastro grub. Take a date, a mate or a rowdy rabble to The Fellow and munch over table tops, sip at the bar or hit the dance floor for a night full of sordid shenanigans.
The Star of Kings has successfully managed to establish its name in the King's Cross bar and nightlife scene. It is not only a good old pub with a cracking beer garden, but it also has very high-quality DJ nights, making it a great spot for kicking off the weekend.
Just a short walk from King's Cross Station, this unique bar is offering a unique twist on the tropical cocktail bar. Offering sexy, neon-lit interiors and a slick selection of fresh and fruity drinks, it's the ultimate spot for a mid-week date night or a few after-work tipples with friends.
The Racketeer is the neighbourhood cocktail bar with as much charm as its name suggests. Boasting well executed cocktails, a gothic Victorian interior and even a secret garden, this is oldest new hangout around Kings Cross.
The stunning restaurant at Searcys St Pancras is one thing, but the champagne bar is what really grabs the headlines here. It's the longest in Europe, and it comes complete with a stunning range of quality fizz and panoramic views of the entire terminal to boot.
With a fantastic menu of seasonal dishes, Booking Office is one King's Cross restaurant not to miss out on. Plus, with a wide range of Champagnes, spirits, real ales, punches and creative cocktails, it's perfect for everything from after-work drinks to boozy weekend lunches.
Megaro is a basement cocktail bar in Kings Cross that's full of charm and character. Split between the Darkroom and the Picture Room, the bar is atmospheric with dimly-lit interiors decorated with cinema-style seating, perfect for late night cocktail sipping.
Sitting pretty under the Drake and Morgan umbrella, this charming restaurant and bar in King's Cross promises whimsical and creative drinks set alongside a roster of top notch, gastro inspired plates in a quirky, dining setting.