The Searcy Champagne Bar St Pancras Station, is one the coolest bars in London…in my opinion. Not only Europe’s longest champagne bar, but all you have to do is press a button and champagne is brought to your table.
Imagine 1,372 Champagne flutes lined up side by side and you have an idea of exactly how vast the Champagne Bar St Pancras actually is. This 98 meter space is impressive as you get a panoramic view of the entire terminal while sipping champagne under art deco lamps and the historic vaulted ceiling. With seating for 110 people and plenty of standing room, trust me, you want one of the banquettes. Not only does it have individual blankets for customers, it even has heated leather seats — as St Pancras is the coldest station I’ve ever been in. But the absolute best thing about sitting in the banquette is the table service and “Press for Champagne” button. One buzz of the button and voila, champagne arrives at your table.
Most of the champagnes are around £13.50 a glass. But if you feel like splurging before that Eurostar trip, you can spend a mere £1500 on a bottle of Nebuchadnezzar Taittinger Brut Réserve. But my favourite is the Grand Signature Cocktail of Russian Standard Vodka, Grand Marnier, Archers Peach Schnapps, 24 Carat Gold Leafs and of course Champagne. How very decadent dahhhling.
Searcy Champagne Bar St Pancras Upper Concourse, St Pancras International Station Euston Road London, N1C 4QL