A relaxed neighbourhood bar under the Victorian arches
The Drop is a neighbourhood bar serving excellent wines, beers, baps and snacks, within the Victorian stone arches of Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross.
To drink, The Drop serves a considered list of some of the team’s favourite wines, as well as preferred pints of Guinness, Estrella Galicia, and a revolving IPA on tap. There’s also a short selection of cocktails and spirits.
To eat, a selection of meat, fish or veggie hot baps, roast potatoes, cheese and Happy Endings ice cream sandwiches. You can also count on Seabrooks, Scampi Fries and Twiglets.
You can sit or stand inside, below the atmospheric arches, or under the festoon lighting of the terrace. Walk-in only.
The Drop is available for private hire, and adaptable according to the event. For private events, please enquire here.
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The Drop is a relaxed wine bar nestled in the Victorian stone arches of Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross.