London is full with great bars and pubs located in close proximity to one another, and the great British tradition of pub crawls is still alive and buzzing! The social, drinking and musical experiences on a pub crawl are sought-after among locals and visitors alike, read on to find out where The Best Pub Crawls in King’s Cross are!
King’s Cross is a major transport hub and our recommended pub crawl is logistically convenient if you prefer using the tube, boasting a great night out. So, here goes:
Mable’s Tavern – Skinners Arms – O’Neills
Located between Euston and King’s Cross, Mabel’s Tavern on 9 Mabledon PIace has a classic pub menu that doesn’t disappoint. If you like to watch a bit of sports or music on the telly while enjoying your drink, you’ll feel at home.
Our estate agent King’s Cross would definitely include Skinners Arms on his list of the best pubs in central London. Located on 114 Judd St., the old-fashioned pub offers a wide selection of ales, delicious food in generous proportions and attentive service.
The Scottish Stores – The Queen’s Head – The Water Rats
Start with Scottish Stores on 2-4 Caledonian Road, London N1; King’s Cross St. Pancras to Caledonian Road takes roughly five minutes with just one stop in between. Scottish Stores has a wide range of craft and cask ales (from Kent to Iceland), fine wines and delectable bar snacks. Originally an inn, the pub’s elegant wood panelled interior and friendly atmosphere is a big hit with pub crawlers.
In high spirits, you can head to The Water Rats (328 Grays Inn Road), a gastropub serving fabulous ales and hosting top-rated live music gigs (Bob Dylan played here back in the 60s).