Searcy’s is Europe’s Longest Champagne Bar


Situated within one of our most favoured English Heritage sites at St Pancras Station, you can find champagne lovers paradise. Searcy’s Champagne bar boasts the largest selection of Grand Marque houses available in the UK, twenty of which can be enjoyed by the glass.

I never thought I would be writing about, essentially, a bar at a train station for Lussorian – but Searcys offers much more than that.

Starting with the surrounding stunning architecture of the Barlow shed, to Europe’s longest champagne bar The place is very special. At over 90 meters long, no other bar comes close. The breathtaking, panoramic view of the entire terminal is on show from each seat at The Champagne Bar. Recharge while you watch the world scurry past.

Seating for 110, choose from 12 leather clad banquettes – which happily seat six (with individual fan heaters below the seats, which are also heated) to additional seating on small tables and bar stools.

Whilst not a restaurant, The Champagne bar does serve up some fine food, with the emphasis being on complimenting the Champagne. Open sandwiches and Champagne breakfasts fit the bill perfectly.

A stones throw from the Eurostar terminal, this is an ideal spot to meet for business or pleasure. The Champagne Sommeliers’ knowledge is extensive and shared willingly, so you could argue there is some education to be had!

If you are setting off from Kings Cross soon, do not forget to go out in style. You just cannot get any better than this.

Lussorian

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~ by Liz Palmer on June 8, 2010.

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