The Champagne Bar is Europe's longest champagne bar at over 90 metres long.
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Pancras Road, Regent's Park, London, NW1 2QL
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+44 (0)20 7870 9900
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Searcys Champagne Bar
Pancras RoadRegent's ParkLondonNW1 2QL
- +44 (0)20 7870 9900
- Public transport:
- London St. Pancras
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I confess, it's not a regular tipple of mine but still, every now and then it's a nice way to spend an evening (or afternoon).
I believe the bar is actually called Searcy's but Grand Champagne Bar is a pretty good description of just what this place is about anyway. Plush looking with a central bar area and two long, narrow stems of seating reaching out from either side ensures that this bar...more
There is something very glamorous about sipping champagne in William Henry Barlow's Victorian "cathedral of the railways".
Located on the upper concourse of St Pancras Station, this place is stylish, sophisticated, and nothing like what you'd expect from a neighbor of the Eurostar. The sleek white table top bar and dining area are alluring- if not inviting. The bubbly itself is the reason...more
My mom and I arrived too early at St. Pancras to check in for our Eurostar back to Paris, and the station was crowded and there wasn't a free seat to be found anywhere, so at first we thought we would grab a coffee or something, but since it was our last day in London we decided to splurge a little and have some champagne.
It ended up being a great idea, it was much quieter up in the...more
i like the finer things in life, and i very much like a good glass of champagne. i particularly think this is a lovely thing to do before a quick weekend trip to paris. st pancras is a beautiful station so the atmosphere of having a glass of champagne whilst sitting here waiting for a train to beautiful paree is a really lovely thing to do - once.
the thing is - the champagne is mega pricey...more
This may be the bet gin cocktail I've had in London.
I was dubious about a champagne bar in the station, considering other things tried there have been... less than stellar, we shall say. But this was a wonderful surprise. Located on the second floor right next to resting trains (at least I think they were. The one next to us stayed stationary all night, making for great ambiance),...more