King's Cross Clubs
Clubs in King's Cross suffered recently with many king's Cross clubs closing during the area's regeneration. Things aren't all bad however, King's Cross is back without the threat of closing down and has regained its raw edginess with a new harvest of bars and clubs causing quite a stir. There may not be as many clubs in King's Cross as in the early noughties, but here are our recommended King's Cross nightclubs and late night venues- all with mind-blowing music, welcoming atmosphere and bringing the masses back to the King's Cross Club and bar scene.
Last updated on 30th June 2017
If you're looking for a sophisticated yet laid-back funky club night in King's Cross, then The Driver is the solution. The Driver has a modern and elegant interior because it is mainly a place to dine and drink on the weekdays, but on weekends a 2 out of the 4 rooms are formed into dancefloors and can be hired privately for groups looking for an intimate space with their own DJ. They also have a beautiful rooftop terrace to chat and drink making this a top King's Cross club.
The Star of Kings is the embodiment of a magnificent King's Cross venue as it's a place for great food, drink and music. The basement of the Star of Kings is the place to be. The DJs play their very seriously taken electro, progressive house and techno along with funk, reggae, disco, boogie and soul music through a brilliant sound system from Thursdays to Sundays in the basement club. It is no surprise that The Star of Kings attracts a trendy yet laid-back crowd as their DJ club nights are of high-quality, drinkonomically priced and super fun! Book a table, area of get on the guest list at Star of Kings now!
As Drink, Shop & Do's older, way cooler sibling, Keystone Crescent is a popular club in King's Cross that's held onto the area's iconic charm. The club originally opened as a late-night venue for bartenders and waiters to enjoy after their shift ended. Now a secret bar that's open until 3 AM each night, it's the place to be after hours in King's Cross.
Though technically not a club, Simmons in King's Cross is not one to turn down a wild party on the weekend. Alongside their quirky decor and lively atmosphere, this Central London party bar stuns all of its guests with an impressive cocktail list, made using a range of intriguing ingredients. Head down on a Friday or Saturday and dance long into the early hours to everything the resident DJs have in store.
Egg is the Ministry of Sound and Fabric of King's Cross' and North London's clubbing scene. Egg hosts some of the world's best DJs and has a mind-blowing sound system. Despite a brisk walk from King's Cross station, Egg is a leading London club with plenty of space to cater for the clubbers in King's Cross. It has 3 different rooms and the most beautiful garden outside area with a bar and discoball. Egg is popular with serious clubbers from across the world and the atmosphere is welcoming, prices are happily affordable and the night or days can be easily danced away at this banging Ibiza-esque club. If you're a fan of house music, then Egg is a must. Egg also has a 24 hour license and they sure know how to use it, Egg opens on Fridays at 10pm until 7 am and on Saturday night re-opens at 10pm and closes on Sunday at 1pm! Get on the Egg guest list now!