People & Stories, October 2018

  • Meet the Tastemakers

    The lastest foodie openings at Coal Drops Yard including Redemption Roasters, hicce, and Vermuteria

    The opening of historic Coal Drops Yard brings with it a glut of carefully-chosen food and drink producers, from welcoming wine bars to coffee more >>
  • Be All Consumed

    A look at Coal Drops Yard through the senses

    From the architecture to the olfactory design, retail destination Coal Drops Yard isn’t just a feast for the eyes, says Katie Baron, it’s a more >>
  • Autumn Acquirements

    Shop for the cooler weather at Coal Drops Yard

    Coal Drops Yard is here and shopping in KX just got serious. Get ready for autumn with Tamsin Crimmens’ picks of the best homewares, food, more >>
  • A Brave New World

    An entire street made up of experimental stores, studios and galleries on Lower Stable Street

    It’s never been done before. Meet the creative trailblazers opening their doors on Lower Stable Street — the only place where a magazine has more >>
  • Return of The Coal Office

    The genius behind The Barbary restaurant opens a new eatery in King's Cross

    Assaf Granit and Tom Dixon call the kitchen at The Coal Office restaurant, ‘the engine room’. Part stage, part gastronomic petri dish, it is more >>
  • From Bagley’s to Spiritland

    A look at the rich clubbing history of King's Cross with a former TimeOut nightlife editor

    Dave Swindells delves into the history of King’s Cross and its iconic clubbing scene, which is still infused into the fabric of the area… more >>
  • The Willy Wonka Dream

    Master chocolatier Alain Ducasse brings a taste of his infamous confectionary to London

    Making chocolate was Alain Ducasse’s childhood dream… this autumn he will open his latest vision for Le Chocolat in King’s Cross. Lucky London, says more >>
  • A Meeting of Masters

    Paul Smith and Tom Dixon on their careers, London, and moving to King's Cross

    Two of the UK design scene’s famous faces, Paul Smith and Tom Dixon, discuss modern retail, moving to KX and their love of London more >>
  • Back to the Future

    Exploring the relationship between the long history of King's Cross and the digital age

    Steeped in history, the music scene in King’s Cross was vibrant and is still infused in the fabric of the area. New retailers and more >>

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