at Kings Cross Railway Station, London, N1C 4AH United Kingdom
Raising the bar for station pub food, The Parcel Yard at King's Cross delivers first class 'train fare'. Set in a Grade I listed building, this beautiful pub spans two floors and showcases original features throughout.
The Parcel Yard occupies the original Great Northern Railway's Parcel Office from 1852. The north-west building was an integral part of Lewis Cubitt's design. Many of the orinigal features have been kept - the entire floor re-uses timber from the original building. The Parcel Yard is currently the largest station pub in the country. Winners of Griffin Trophy 2013/14 and the FAB Award for Best Individual F&B Outlet at a Railway Station 2014
Take any tube or train to King's Cross Station, you'll find us just inside! If you are travelling by car, there is a car park on Pancras Road, it's just a couple of minutes walk away.
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Got those back-to-school blues? Stop by for a scrummy Sunday Roast, relax, and forget all about it.
Friday is upon us again, get yourself to the bar and treat yourself to a cold one.
A man walks into a bar and asks for a whiskey. The bartender says "Single?". The man says "No, I'm happily married"
Woke up, had a brief moment of panic that it was Monday Morning and then realised it's Bank Holiday. So binge-watching Netflix and eating leftover chocolate it is then?
It's the long weekend and in the words of Mr Shakespeare, "come and crush a cup of wine"!
Beer; because no great story started with someone eating a salad.
A snail goes into a bar and orders a beer. The barman says, "sorry we don't serve snails" and throws him out. A couple of weeks later the snail goes into the bar again and says, "What did you do that for!?"
Still coming back down to earth after a crazy weekend? Stop by for a hearty full english and a cracking cup of Brewer Street Coffee.
A guy walks into a bar. He asks the bartender, "Do you have any helicopter flavored potato chips?" The bartender shakes his head and says, "No, we only have plain."
Death: "THERE ARE BETTER THINGS IN THE WORLD THAN ALCOHOL, ALBERT." Albert: "Oh, yes, sir. But alcohol sort of compensates for not getting them.” - Terry Pratchett