King’s Cross venues with private dining rooms
The Kings Cross area of London is located between the North London districts of Camden and Islington with Bloomsbury on its southern boundary and Euston to its western edge.
The district is home to two adjoining major Central London railway terminals with King’s Cross station providing rail connection for commuters from the home counties regions lying to the north of the capital as well as travellers from Scotland and the north of England. St. Pancras International is the the main London terminal for Eurostar with trains connecting the UK to Europe.
Located in an area where Central London merges into North London, the Kings Cross district has been massively regenerated in recent years from a not particularly desirable part of the city into a vibrant area of offices, restaurants and retail outlets, housed within new developments including Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard. Many major corporate organisations, including Google whose UK headquarters are in the area, have relocated to Kings Cross and the district is also now home to The Guardian newspaper.
With its Central London location, convenient transport links and large number of offices, Kings Cross is an extremely popular destination for corporate group dining events – including breakfast meetings, lunches and dinners – and is well served by the diverse range of restaurants, hotels and pubs with private dining rooms to be found in the area.
Kings Cross is easily reached by London underground via King’s Cross St Pancras tube station which can be accessed by Piccadilly, Victoria, Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and Northern lines.
The two private dining rooms at St Pancras Brasserie & Champagne Bar by Searcys seat 14 – 20 guests or up to 30 guests for standing drinks receptions. Other private spaces accommodate up to 150 seated (220 standing) guests.»
hicce bar and restaurant in Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross specialises in modern wood-fired cooking inspired and influenced by cuisine from around the world. The private dining room at hicce seats up to 24 guests. The Atrium can accommodate up to 120 guests for standing receptions.»
The first floor dining room at The Lighterman award-winning pub in Granary Square accommodates up to 60 seated guests or up to 100 guests for standing drinks receptions. Other private spaces can accommodate 30 – 60 seated guests or 35 – 80 standing guests.»