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31-33 Argyle Street, London, EN, GB, WC1H 8EP

  • Phone: (44) 207 8373109
  • Fax: (44) 207 2783870
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3.8 out of 5 (4 reviews)
50% of guests recommend this hotel

Bars & Cafes

»The Dolphin

The Dolphin pub is at the mid-point between King's Cross/St. Pancras and Euston train stations. If you want a real English pub experience in London, then this is the place to do it. However, just make it a quick one since locals tend to treat strangers with a cold shoulder. There is outside patio if you need a quick breath of fresh air while you enjoy refreshments. There is a pool table, and even Thai curry available to fill your cravings.

47 Tonbridge Street
London, WC1H 9DW

»The Boot

The Boot located at King's Cross is a local favorite. The pub features the local beers and wines along with the traditional menu. This reasonable bar offers warm and friendly service. On Tuesdays, Tim OT strums away his guitar to entertain the crowd. Call ahead for more details.

116 Cromer Street
London, WC1H 8BS

»Patisserie Deux Amis

Patisserie Deux Amis is a charming little French cafe that lives up to its name, with a soft intimate interior that bubbles with conversation. The cozy atmosphere is ideal to kick back and pass a morning or afternoon with a well earned treat. A selection of coffees and teas are well complemented by a good selection of scrumptious homemade buns and tasty cream cakes. Crunchy French baguettes filled with meat and cheeses are good value for money whilst an almond Danish and an espresso are an energizing boost with which to start the day. The staff is friendly and polite and the pastries are fresh. Go on, you know you want to! 

63 Judd Street
London, WC1H 9QT

»The Euston Flyer

With huge screens to catch every angle of the match, this family friendly sports pub takes its sports seriously. It has comfortable chairs and the tables are placed in easy access to the screen. There is Wi-Fi access for the workaholic sports fan too, while others can sit outside and enjoy the sun, or exercise their brain cells over the quiz machines. The venue is entirely disabled friendly. Being a Fuller Pub, teh food and beverages are top-notch with beer, burgers and sandwiches on the menu. There is steak and greek salad too. The crowd is generally friendly and easygoing here.

83-87 Euston Road
London, NW1 2RA

»Bar Pepito

Located at the Camino Cruz del Rey the Bar Pepito is a delightful little wine bar and shares a courtyard with the same. Well-known for their sherry which is sourced from Andalusia, the bar boasts of an eclectic selection that is sure to please wine-lovers. The bar has won a number of awards for its wine selection and sees a constant buzz at most times. There is limited seating available, and on some days one might have to share tables. Prior reservations cannot be made for tables, so you may want to head out early to avoid disappointment. The courtyard outside is a fine place to savor the drinks in sunshine and is a popular seating choice for many. Accompanying the stellar wines is a selection of tapas. The ambiance is intimate and cozy, a perfect way to end the day!

3 Varnishers Yard
London, N1 9FD

»Scala

The Scala London is one of the hottest entertainment venues in Camden Town. Earlier known as the King's Cross Cinema, the Scala started its trajectory as a multi-purpose space that currently holds three bars, a concert stage for live shows, and two dance floors. Whether you want to watch an indie rock concert, or just want to dance the night away with a fashionable crowd, Scala London is the place to visit. Call for event timings and additional information.

275 Pentonville Road
London, N1 9NL

»Sugar Cafe

The red canopy shading the patio eating area is easy to spot whilst strolling along Hunter Street, and like a moth to light you can't help but be drawn towards it when the hunger pains start to rumble. Furthermore, Sugar Cafe won't let you down at lunchtime with a healthy selection of fresh bread heartily stuffed with a generous helping of fillings. Since Sugar Cafe is slightly off the beaten-tourist track, it's much quieter than most other places nearby, so is an ideal spot to grab a bite eat and enjoy the quiet away from the hustle and bustle of busy London.

17 Hunter Street
London, WC1N 1BN

»Cellar N1

Near King’s Cross station yet tucked away from the main thoroughfare, this intimate cocktail bar used to be part of a timber yard. Successful conversion has resulted in a sophisticated yet cozy venue with high ceilings, wooden floors and open brickwork. Service is attentive; the friendly mixologist will make up to 250 different cocktails to order, from Cellar Classics like the Cosmo to Cellar Creations such as Awkward Moment, Quantum of Seduction, and the endlessly popular Jammy Dodger and Cheesecake cocktails. Other beverages include French bottled beer Kasteel Cru and Argentinian beer Quilmes, while wine is selected by the resident expert who is a judge for the International Wine Challenge. It’s an excellent central London choice for discerning drinkers looking to avoid the throng.

2 Varnishers Yard
London, N1 9AW

»Camino

Camino is a euphoric bar and restaurant that is buzzing with food, music, dance and much other fun. Renowned DJs are known to perform, spinning some great music. You can come here to relish their delicious food including tapas items, or simply to hang out with some friends over a glass of wine. A great place to dine and party!

3 Varnishers Yard
London, N1 9FD

»Mabel's Tavern

Mabel's is a traditional English pub with a lively atmosphere. Famed for its award-winning real ales and warm welcome, it is a popular hang-out with locals and after work drinkers, who pop in to catch up on the latest gossip and the sports on the Sky TV. The gossip is often about Mabel herself, a former owner of the house who died in 1970, but rumor has it she still haunts the premises and operates the dumb-waiter (which was ripped out years ago). It also serves a good variety of traditional pub grub, so if you're looking for a warm and hearty meal and the chance to get the spooks, pop into Mabel's tavern.

9 Mabeldon Place
London, WC1H 9AZ

»Lord John Russell

Bloomsbury gastropub Lord John Russell is one of the area's favorite. The food is a real value for money. You will want to be there on Sundays for their special roasts. They have special live music nights and the service is great. Call ahead for more details.

91-93 Marchmont Street
London, WC1N 1AL

»06 St. Chads Place

Tucked away behind King's Cross Thameslink Station, this café/restaurant/bar is located in an unusual converted Victorian warehouse setting, a previously derelict mechanic's workshop. With a huge picture of a train entering a station covering one wall, it has a pleasant atmosphere and good wine list. Popular with local workers, it serves a seasonal lunch menu on weekdays with excellent tapas in the evenings; take your pick from Char-grilled Haloumi in Vine Leaf and Chicken Satay with Peanut Dip, or select any four for a reasonable price.

06 St. Chad's Place
London, WC1X 9HH
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