Drink, Shop & Do's older, way cooler sibling, Keystone Crescent is a popular club that's held onto the area's iconic charm. The club originally opened as a late-night venue for folks to enjoy after their shift ended, now it's a secret bar that's open till late each night,.
King's Cross Clubs
Clubs in London have suffered recently with many closing during the city's regeneration. Things aren't all bad however, this area is having a comeback since regaining its raw edginess with a new harvest of bars and clubs causing quite a stir. Here are our recommended King's Cross nightclubs and late night venues- all with mind-blowing music, a welcoming atmosphere and the goal of bringing masses back to the local bar scene.
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.
Located just minutes from the station, this spot boasts an ideal location, as well as, the perfect space. From the sprawling bar area to the gorgeous roof terrace upstairs, Big Chill is the perfect pick for all occasions; whether that's after-work drinks, bottomless brunch or a big night out.
The Star of Kings DJs are all experts across electro, progressive house and techno, mixing it with funk, reggae, disco, boogie and soul music before blasting through their brilliant sound system. it's no surprise that these guys attracts a trendy yet laid-back crowd on the regular.
Egg hosts some of the world's best DJs and has a mind-blowing sound system. 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.