St. Pancras Pub Crawl

Saturday, June 18, 2016 – 7:30 PM

The Betjeman Arms

Unit 53, St. Pancras International Station, London N1C 4QL

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The Betjeman Arms – http://www.thebetjemanarms.co.uk – is at first floor level, beneath the tall clock tower, at the front of St. Pancras station. It can be approached from a number of different directions – from the mezzanine level within the station, or across the courtyard of the rather grand Renaissance Hotel, but probably the easiest way is to walk up the steps underneath the ornate St. Pancras station sign between Costa Coffee and the entrance to the underground station at the junction of Pancras Road and Euston Road . The nearest underground station is King’s Cross/St. Pancras.

There is an outside area at the front of the pub, so that’s where we’ll be if the weather’s fine. If not, we’ll be in the inside outside area (if that’s not a contradiction in terms) at the back of the pub, which is what you can see in the photo.

The plan is to move on to McGlynn’s, 1-5 Whidborne Street, WC1H 8ET – http://www.mcglynnsfreehouse.com – at around 8.45 and then The Queen’s Head, 66 Acton Street, WC1X 9NB – http://queensheadlondon.com  – at around 10.00., but there’s no rush as it’s open until at least midnight.

To sign up for the event, please join the group at http://www.meetup.com/London-Pub-Meetup/