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Booking Office 1869

  • Bars and pubs
  • St Pancras
  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
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Booking Office 1869 to open 16th November. Open from 4 pm on Tuesdays to Saturdays with late license and resident DJs.
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Time Out Says

5 out of 5 stars

An upscale cocktail bar of high quality in the beautiful former booking office of St Pancras station.

The unstoppable uplift of the King’s Cross area seems to bring a new bar/restaurant nearly every week, but the Booking Office remains the undisputed champion for cocktails. For one thing, it’s just a great place to sit, whether you’re in the lovely former booking hall, with its dark wood and soaring gothic arches, or outside overlooking the train tracks. There can be slightly longer waits outside, so don’t go there if you’re in a rush. Frequented by a lot of business people – and, naturally, by travellers – it’s not a place you go for a cool hangout vibe. But you make your own atmos at the comfortable, low-slung tables.

Written by
Richard Ehrlich
Booking Office 1869 says
The much-anticipated launch of Booking Office 1869 marks an exciting new addition to London's drinking and dining scene. Opening from 4pm on Tuesdays through to Saturdays, complete with a late license and resident DJs, these days and hours will be extended later in the year as it moves towards establishing itself as an all-day dining destination.



Menus have been conceived under the culinary direction of Patrick Powell with a complementary cocktail offering conceptualised by Bar Manager Jack Porter. A reimagining of the station's original, 19th century ticket hall, celebrated French designer Hugo Toro has created a Victorian-style Winter Garden, showcasing a visual dialogue with the space's extraordinary heritage.



With St Pancras International Station serving as a passport between London and the rest of Europe, the newly redesigned Booking Office 1869 fully embraces the characteristics of its location through Hugo's reinvigoration of the space, alongside the sophisticated yet understated food and cocktail menus created by Patrick and Jack respectively.

Details

Address:
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Euston Road
London
NW1 2AR
Transport:
Tube: King’s Cross St Pancras tube/rail
Opening hours:
Tuesday & Wednesday: 4pm – 12am Thursday – Saturday: 4pm – 1am Sunday & Monday: Closed
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