St Pancras has The Betjeman Arms, The Booking Office bar, the Searcys Champagne Bar, The Curious Pig, Sourced Market, and Des Vins.
And you can have a drink with your meal at Searcy's Grand, Le Pain Quotidien and Barzetti.
It's described as a 'mini gastro-pub', upstairs near the EMT First Class Lounge.What's the Curious Pig like ? I've never spotted that one.
It's described as a 'mini gastro-pub', upstairs near the EMT First Class Lounge.
Which main station building has the most pubs in it?
To start with I nominate Huddersfield with two pubs (one at each end) of the only Grade 1 listed railway station in Yorkshire.
Not the most, but perhaps the highest pub/platform ratio or at least pubs/users?
EDIT: Clearly not the highest ratio of pubs to platforms as HUD has a pub for every 3 platforms, Dewsbury has a pub for every 2.
It's on Waverley bridge. Although it's technically not "in" the main concourse area, it's still within the station:Does TGI fridays at Piccadilly also have a bar?
I believe there is also now a Wetherspoons at Edinburgh Waverley. Opened very recently.
The "Hen Gorsaf" ("Old Station", I think) at Aberystwyth uses part of the old station building.