33 Pubs and Bars found in or around Euston (London Underground, Train Station)

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Prince Arthur

The Prince Arthur has long been a favourite of ours, and when things started to change we were a bit worried. While we might have hankered for a bit of Thai food last time we were in, we can't say the new menu has been a bad...

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0.09mi
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The Euston Tap

Housed in one of the gatehouses by Euston bus station - the last remnants of the long gone Euston Arch - we first encountered this one as the (ladies only) Glass Bar. The newly reopened Euston Tap couldn't be more different,...

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0.12mi
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Crown & Anchor

We've known this one for a good few years now and, currently, the Crown & Anchor is on an upward path. The recent(ish) refit has freshened the pub up a bit with some loungey furnishings aimed to distract from the exposed...

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0.16mi
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Somers Town Coffee House

An establishment with a bit of history, having apparently once been a favoured meeting place for Huguenot intellectuals to catch up on events and drink coffee. More recently however, the fortunes of the Coffee House (its...

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0.17mi
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Mabel's Tavern

A solid, traditional affair that's being serving up Shepherd Neame brews for a good few years now. Don't come here expecting ahead-of-the-curve pub thinking, but if what you're after is somewhere that sticks to the basics, then...

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0.26mi
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Elixir Bar (formerly Rowley's)

The Elixir bar is a loungey sort of place with an emphasis on cocktails and live music. Pleasant enough, but a bit off the beaten track, barring locals and people who work nearby. It's better than the dark pub we remember...

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0.26mi
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The Doric Arch

Once called the Head of Steam, the Doric Arch has settled down into as solid a pub as its predecessor ever was. The refit was on the benign side of things, and even though the owners changed (this one's now run by Fuller's) the...

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Exmouth Arms

This one's close to Euston Station, but as there's a couple of other pubs which are nearer, the Exmouth is a better bet if you're actually after a seat. Its neighbouring pubs may offer better selections of beer and even...

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Royal George

Since the time of Alfred the Great a rather annoying law has decreed that the closer a pub is to a railway station the worse the drinking experience shall be. Awful décor, high prices, gut churning lager, monotone staff,...

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Rocket

Still part of the Scream chain, it's still geared fundamentally to the student market (note the cheap drinks and an emphasis on chips and beans on the menu), this one also picks up a clientele from neighbouring Somers Town. All...

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0.19mi
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