Searcys St Pancras Grand Champagne Bar will appeal to those who are hungry for romance and adventure. Just wandering around the awe-inspiring, restored Victorian station should get you in the mood for a glass of champagne from Europe's longest champagne bar, which has more than 100 different delights to choose from.
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Searcys St Pancras Grand Champagne Bar
Grand Terrace, Upper Concourse
St Pancras International StationLondonN1C 4QL
- +44 (0)207 870 9900
I came here with friends after an already very boozy night out had taken a very flamboyant turn. We were in the area, knew that this place existed and thought "why the heck not?". They were about 40 minutes away from closing for the night when we arrived, but weren't at all perplexed by our tipsy presence, in fact they seemed to find it quite charming and were all too eager to make our...more
We had a very intimate but bubbly evening, with excellent cava and curious bells at each table to ring for service!more
I love it!! My father, friends, and I had a wonderful experience! I definitely recommend Sebastian, he is wonderful. We walked up to the bar, and asked for the champagne we ALL had our eye on since 2012. They have a wide selection of champagne. Starting at 25 pounds up to 1,300 pounds. We chose the Ace Of Spades champagne. It was marvelous!!! Overall, it was a great experience. I loved it.more
I come here regularly, darling.
Sure, the champagne isn't cheap, but champagne isn't cheap anywhere.
Ultimately, no other champagne bar in London can beat Searcys old Hollywood glamour. The art deco features make you feel like you're stepping back in time. Sit in a heated banquette booth in winter and pretend you're about to head off to Paris on the next Eurostar. Or, if you're like me,...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