Barworks to open Gas Station in King's Cross

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By BigHospitality

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Barworks to open Gas Station in King's Cross

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London bar and pub operator Barworks will open its latest venue in King’s Cross this month.

Gas Station will have three bars set over two floors as well as a large outside canal-side space created with the expertise of Richard Wilford, head of garden design at Royal Botanic Garden in Kew, that is designed to be a ‘pollinator haven’.

The venue will have a drinks focus with the aid of East London Liquor Company, with the drinks company’s collaborative East London Kew Gin served at the site. There will also be a menu of fresh seafood and ‘modern seasonal dishes’.

“In a city location, plants for pollinators like bees and butterflies, are extremely valuable for encouraging greater biodiversity, so I was very happy to be involved in the choice of plants for this garden in the middle of London,” says Wilford.

Barworks is a London-based hospitality business that was founded in 1998 by Andreas Akerlund, Patrik Franzen and Marc Francis-Baum. The group currently operates 19 venues across the capital including The Diner in Camden, Pam’s Bar & Grill in Soho, Singer Tavern in Shoreditch, The Duke of York in Haggerston, and Mare Street Market in Hackney.

Gas Works is expected to open on 26 October.




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