Waitrose has opened one of it’s largest London Branches at King’s Cross. The new store is just off Granary Square in a beautifully restored historic train shed. The store features a wine bar, cafe, juice bar, bakery and cookery school.
St Pancras International – it’s station shopping, but not as you know it. Boutique retailers plus well-known high street brands now fill the brick arches in beautiful St Pancras Station. Recent arrivals include Whistles, M.A.C., Dune and Fortnum & Mason. You’ll also find Marks & Spencer, Boots, Hatchards, Hamleys and many more.
King’s Cross Station – Accessorize, Kiehl’s, American Apparel and not forgetting the Harry Potter Shop! These and more can be found in the new Western Concourse at King’s Cross Station.
Also in the neighbourhood…
Caledonian Road and Regent Quarter – a colourful area with a selection of diverse, quirky shops.
Woburn Walk – attractive pedestrian street with cafés, bookshops and galleries.
Bloomsbury – Leigh Street and Marchmont Street, bookshops, cafés and pubs.
The Brunswick – shops, eateries and arthouse cinema in the famous, modernist centre.
KERB – Lewis Cubitt Square is the place to sample some of London’s finest street food. Weekday lunchtimes a rotating array of traders offer up some of the Capital’s most exciting fare.
Real Food Market at King’s Cross – bringing great quality artisan produce to Kings Cross. Buy from the likes of The Borough Cheese Company, Black Acorn, House of Sverre and more. King’s Cross Square, every Wednesday – Friday, 12.00-19.0
The Cally Market – this Saturday street market features a wonderful variety of fresh produce, arts and crafts. Saturdays 9am – 5pm
Sourced Market – organic, local and artisan food products in the heart of St Pancras Station.
Chalton Street Market – just off Euston Road, this is a local London street market selling fabric, clothing, fruit & veg and household goods. Every Friday 10am – 4pm
The King’s Cross Food Assembly, Sundays from 11am – 1pm at 170 Caledonian Road