The Pack & Carriage

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Venue says: "Who's up for some football? That's right, The Pack & Carriage will be opening on Sundays from the first round!"
Somers Town

Some might know this impressive King's Cross boozer by another name - it was, until recently, known as Elixir Bar. The change isn't just in the moniker, though, with craft beers and high end burgers now the real draw here.

And those burgers come from the well-thought of collective, Gone Burger. They've put together a food menu ranging from salads and pulled pork baps to big old beef burgers such as the 'kickflip' - a combination of an organic beef patty, Monterey Jack cheese, whiskey smoked BBQ sauce, garlic mayo, lettuce, onion and gherkin. Veggie options also feature.

There's quite a selection on the drinks list, too. Draught beers include Camden Hells lager, Black Cab stout, Meantime Yakima Red, London Fields Brewery's Hackney Hopster and a couple of their own brews. Not enough? There's more than 35 by the bottle, too. A short wine list and a few classic cocktails complete the list.

Keep an eye out for live music and DJ nights too, ranging from indie and rock to funk, soul, motown and R&B. 


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The Pack & Carriage says
The Pack & Carriage is the sort of pub that makes you wonder how you'd never found it before.

We take pride in our beer selection, with an emphasis on local breweries. And with 13 keg lines, two cask and more than 35 bottles, there's something for every taste. Epic organic handmade burgers, salads and other morsels (including vegan and veggie) are courtesy of our friends in the kitchen GoneBurger, who pop up from Wednesday to Saturday each week.

We have regular live music and DJ nights ranging from northern soul to goth, alternative and indie rock, as well as open mic nights and Cuban jazz keeping things busy late into the night. And there are board games, darts and a Nintendo 64 for quieter nights.
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Venue name: The Pack & Carriage
Address: 162 Eversholt Street
Transport: Rail/Tube: Euston; Tube: Mornington Crescent
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