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GasholderThe brand spanking new print edition of Gasholder hits the streets today, celebrating the latest food, culture and people in and around King’s Cross and beyond.

Hard to believe but in the year or so since we launched this title the whole of King’s Cross has pretty much changed.

This time twelve months ago there was no Pancras Square, no Gasholder Park, no Cubitt Square (y’know, where the KERB streetfood stalls now are), no German Gymnasium, no Vinoteca, no Dishoom, no Waitrose, no Granger and Co, no Drake & Morgan: the list is endless.

So our final issue of 2015 is a handy reminder of the many happenings that have made – and continue to make – King’s Cross one of London’s more interesting emerging quarters.


Elsewhere in the issue we find out about January’s forthcoming Lumiere London festival, meet the lads behind new local craft beer label Big Hug, speak to DJs who’ve traded beats for yoga, and get tips on Mindfulness from an experienced teacher.

Go grab your free copy from all these lovely local hangouts across 7 postcodes.

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King’s Cross N1/N1C
Central Saint Martin’s entrance (official stockist with two distribution units just where the table tennis is in the main atrium), King’s Cross Visitor Centre (11 Stable Street – another official stockist), 18 Montrose, German Gymnasium, Waitrose, Dishoom, Granger & Co, Drink Shop Do, DASH coffee, Grain Store, Notes, Vinoteca, GNH Hotel bar, Harris & Hoole, Vegan Cafe, Pattern Coffee, Canal, King’s Cross Visitors Centre, The Driver, Big Chill, Honest Burger, The Poor School, King’s Place, Star of King’s, The Fellow, Housmans Bookshop, KC Continental, Camino, Lexington, Surya, Camley Street Park, 2 Pancras Square library and leisure centre, Parcel Yard, Canal Museum, Pan MacMillan, Clink Hostels 180 & 261, Travelodge

Islington N1
The Canonbury, Hope & Anchor, Slim Jim’s Upper St, The Islington, The Old Queens’s Head, The Lamb on Holloway Road (opp church)

Bloomsbury/ King’s Cross WC1
06 St Chad’s Place, Nivens, Paolina Thai Cafe, Half Cup cafe, Lord John Russell, Judd Books, Gay’s The Word, New Bloomsbury Set, Moreish Cafe, Union Tavern, Holiday Inn, Travelodge, Bloomsbury Theatre, Hotel Mercurey, UCL, SOAS Union, SOAS Brunei Gallery, Wellcome Collection, The Place

St Pancras/ Somerstown/ Camden NW1
The Gilbert Scott, Betjeman Arms, Somerstown Coffee House, Cosy Kettle, Shaker & Company, Lord Stanley, Casa Tua Camden, Camden Garden Centre, Colonel Fawcett, Constitution

Caledonian Road/York Way N7
Shillibeers pub & deli, Pleasance Theatre, Omnibus Centre, Kris Craft Beers

Clerkenwell EC1
Exmouth Arms, Easton, Cafe Pistou, Brill Cafe, Slaughtered Lamb, Look Mum No Hands, Tileyard

Kentish Town
Phoenicia (main stockist), The Grafton, Rose & Crown, Caps n Taps

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  • BigHugBrewing

    GasholderLDN awesome!!! Nice one guys. Thanks for the love #lovethehug