Our bar is a library of beery masterpieces from the likes of BrewDog, Stone, Mikkeller, Oskar Blues, Omnipollo and many more.
No Tennents. No Carling. No Smirnoff. No Televisions.
We are an oasis of craft supremacy amidst the bedlam of one of London's most vibrant areas. Visit BrewDog Camden to be introduced to a world of beer you never knew existed.
Modern day version of a "roadside" burger stand serving delicious burgers, hot dogs, shakes, frozen custard, beer, wine & more. Located in Covent Garden, New Oxford Street and Stratford, London, and Cardiff, UK.
Lace up, buds! Shack Track & Field is a community running club powered by Shake Shack.
Open to all ages and abilities, Shack Track & Field groups run for FREE, open to the public. When you get back to the Shack, cool your kicks with your choice of complimentary fries, a scoop of frozen custard, pint of ShackMeister Ale or a glass of Shack Red or White wine. It’s all about having fun!
STRATFORD: Fortnightly on Tuesdays, supported by our friends at RUN! London. Meet and end at the Stratford Shack (The Street, Westfield Stratford).
WEST END LONDON: Fortnightly on Mondays, supported by our friends at RUN! London. Meet and end at the New Oxford Street Shack (80 New Oxford Street, London)
CARDIFF: Get in touch about helping us set up a Shack Track & Field in Cardiff!
To get in touch about all Shack Track & Field groups, please email: [email protected]
Welcome to Gran Sasso, where you can enjoy an authentic Italian panini followed by your choice from a selection of Italian coffees and biscotti.
Or, if you choose, order one of our daily pasta dishes, prepared on the premises according to original family recipes.
Val, Mario and the staff look forward to seeing you.
And if it's catering you need, we hope you will stop by or call us for fantastic take-out platters for your office events.
We are also available for your private parties.
King's Cross is London's most fascinating neighbourhood - loosely defined by the area around the station to the north for about a mile, south, east and west about half a mile. Covered by the boroughs of Camden and Islington.
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St Pancras Renaissance Hotel is located in King’s Cross, one of London's most exciting neighborhoods offering excellent transport links and a wealth of bars, restaurants, museums and galleries.
The 245 room hotel incorporates 38 historical Chambers suites and the exclusive Chambers Club. There are a range of dining options including the Booking Office bar and restaurant, Hansom Lounge, MI + ME and The Gilbert Scott restaurant, managed by renowned British Chef, Marcus Wareing. The hotel also boasts a Spa and 10 unique meeting and event spaces. Combining stunning architecture and an exceptional level of service, the hotel offers an experience like no other.
King's Cross Thameslink station is a closed railway station in central London, England, which served the Thameslink route. It was replaced by new Thameslink platforms at St Pancras in December 2007. The last operator of the station was First Capital Connect. The site is on Pentonville Road, about 160yd from King's Cross station.The station occupied part of the original site of the Metropolitan Railway's 1863 King's Cross station. Its original street buildings were a little further west than the later station frontage and, though in poor repair, may still be seen. The Thameslink platforms on the City Widened Lines were separated only by a newer wall from the site of the Underground platforms, which may still be seen on the west side from Underground trains travelling between King's Cross St. Pancras and Farringdon stations.The two platforms at King's Cross Thameslink were lettered rather than numbered, to avoid confusion with the platforms at nearby King's Cross among staff who worked at both stations, which may have been regarded as part of the same station complex. A similar situation exists at Waterloo East station, an annexe of London Waterloo, and the use of platform letters has been continued on the new Thameslink platforms at St Pancras.
Kings Cross Primary Health Care CentreDistance: 0.2 miTourist Information 264 Pentonville Road London, N1 9JY
The California is our charming, modern bed and breakfast, less than a minute's walk away from King's Cross and St. Pancras Stations.
Our comfortable lounge, bar and private terrace is open throughout the day for guests to relax and socialise in. Join us for a drink in our bar and enjoy 50% off all drinks between 5pm and 6pm every day of the week.
Pret creates handmade natural food avoiding the obscure chemicals, additives and preservatives common to so much of the 'prepared' and 'fast' food on the market today
The Real Food Festival Distance: 0.1 miTourist Information Kings Cross Square London, United Kingdom N1C 9AL
When we launched the first Real Food Festival at Earls Court back in 2007, the idea was to bring together hundreds of small but passionate food producers of the tastiest and most nutritious food you could find and reconnect people back to where their food came from.
We have now staged 5 annual food festivals, all dedicated to celebrating ‘real’ food, by which we mean food that is as close to how nature has provided it. Through these festivals we have brought together over 150,000 people, amazing food producers, passionate chefs (including Raymond Blanc, Giorgio Locatelli, Fergus Henderson and many more world class chefs), musicians, journalists, supportive celebrities, retailers, wholesalers and livestock including sheep, water buffalo, pigs and cows – because that’s where our food comes from!
Food shouldn’t be treated as a basic commodity and we have been championing the skills and excellence of small, artisanal food and drink for the last 5 years in an effort to get great tasting, sustainable, ethical and authentic food to as many people as we can.
In July 2010, we launched a weekly 3-day market on London’s Southbank so that you would be able to access great produce and buy direct from these producers on a regular basis.
All the producers on the market, just like our Festivals, have been carefully selected for their quality but also their commitment to producing in an environmentally responsible and socially conscious way - something that comes naturally with the kind of passion shared by each one of our producers.
You’ll find beef from cattle fed on grass; oats from cereals free of pesticides, grown on soil packed with a billion micronutrients; cheeses each with their own distinctive flavours; traditional beers and ales; the freshest, seasonal fruit and vegetables; freshly baked real bread of amazing diversity and taste; artisan charcuterie; hand-crafted chocolates and desserts, all sold to you with an enthusiasm, passion and knowledge that no supermarket employee could ever match.
As a regular shopper at a Real Food Market, you will be able to trust the provenance of your food by buying direct from the people who produce it.