Granary Square Brasserie, a new restaurant brand from the team behind The Ivy Collection, opens today (Wednesday 6 December).  Located in the heart of King’s Cross, on the former site of Bruno Loubet’s Grain Store (RIP), the restaurant sits on Granary Square with an al-fresco terrace overlooking Regent’s Canal. The 250-cover restaurant, open seven days […]

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Bruno Loubet’s veggie-centric King’s Cross venture, Grain Store, will close its doors for good on 23 August. The warehouse-style space was one of the first restaurants to lead the regeneration of Granary Square when it opened four years ago. Once a rather barren landscape behind King’s Cross station, the locale has been transformed by the […]

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It is oft remarked that we Brits love to queue, and when it comes to dining out in London sometimes that’s a necessity. According to recent research queues are governed by the rule of six – customers will only join a queue with less than six people and are only willing to wait six minutes. Restaurant-goers, […]

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We’ve teamed up with the good people of Twizoo to announce the top 5 trending restaurants on Twitter each week in London. Twizoo is an app that gives restaurant recommendations based on what people are saying on Twitter, and analyses over 50,000 incoming tweets per week to determine which restaurants are attracting the most buzz. […]

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On Thursday, the world will raise a glass to St Patrick’s Day – a celebration of Ireland and its rich cultural history, but mostly a time when revellers drink too much Guinness. For those who would rather not spend 17 March down the pub, Harden’s has got some great suggestions on where in London you can […]

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D&D London has finally opened its Mittel-European-style Grand Café and bar, the German Gymnasium – a long-anticipated renovation of a former Grade II listed gymnasium in King’s Cross. Designed by London-born architect Edward Gruning in 1865, this was the first purpose-built gym in England and hosted the inaugural indoor events of the 1866 Olympic Games. 150 years later, this […]

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Another new resident is slated to open in King’s Cross restaurant hub Granary Square as Cubitt House’s sister company Open House launches its second London offering next year. Like Percy & Founders in Fitzrovia, which opened in spring 2015, The Lighterman’s food offering will be overseen by the group’s exec chef Diego Cardoso (formerly of […]

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There’s something about summer drinks that really lends itself to the art of mixology. These balmy evenings and sunny afternoons are just so much more civilised with a classic cocktail in hand. Of course for the more adventurous among us there are plenty of creative concoctions out there too (pig’s blood vodka Bloody Mary anyone?). Whether […]

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Hot on the heels of the launch of its Clerkenwell site, Granger & Co has announced the arrival of its third London outpost – this time in the growing restaurant hub of King’s Cross. Aussie chef Bill Granger’s “chilled” and “appealing” diners fit the bill for a relaxed brunch according to our reporters, although the odd critic […]

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Hot on the heels of its enormous 250-cover Mumbai-style cafe in King’s Cross, which opened in November last year, Dishoom has announced plans for a fourth London outpost. The “cool” and “different” chain has chosen shopping hub Carnaby Street for its next venture, just a few doors down from Cinnamon Soho on Kingly Street. Over […]

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