Being the smallest, microchain craft-beer pubs, Draft House Charlotte is well carfted place to enjoy a quick pint of delicious beer (there are even availability of dozens , both in a tap and bottled manner) and the route between the retail juggernaut of Oxford Street and the high-end culture of Bloomsbury. The food here is extremely delicious, with the top-notch burgers and the specialty, staff readily to advise promptly on the best beverage to pair with your meal.
If you will take full advantage of the soaring Victorian redbrick vaults and arches of the restored St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, then Booking Office is being closer in feel to the cathedral than a traditional station bar. Seasonal cocktails by using traditional English ingredients are delicious flavor and low on mixers and there’s even a restaurant and live music venue fromThursday through Saturday evenings.
Being a homey continental style café-bar, it is open all the day long for providing meals, snacks, coffee, and cocktails. It’s even famous destination for its excusive football tables, which can offer an ultimate place a fun, informal environment. Even price reductions are available on “cocktails of the month” and house beers during the happy hour, i.e. 4 pm to 7 pm. You can make a reservation of foosball tables in advance. Even, there’s another branch in Shoreditch.
As a sexy basement bar equipped with cowhide stools and croc-skin tables, it offers a feeling like Casablanca in Fitzrovia. When you will enter into the Crazy Bear, then you will find a spiral staircase that leads to the mirrored parlor over which presides a 1947 Murano chandelier. But don’t let it’s ultimate opulence fool you. Here the waiters are warm and welcoming for the all-ages international crowd abuzz with their chatter. The menu even showcases the high-quality Thai, Chinese, and Japanese food along with the drinks. However, you will find another Crazy Bear located nearby to Covent Garden.
Here an impressive variety of craft beers are being served; that ranges from unmarked taps set into a brick column behind the bar in this newly breed pub. It’s popular destination, especially when the nearby offices empty out in early evening, but you can sit there outside under the umbrellas (with the amazing heaters in winter) on small, ornate, pedestrian-only Sicilian Avenue. Inside, it’s a intentionally plain affair, with a little to distract from the liquid experience.