By Dylan Hayes

9 Things To Do in King's Cross This Valentine's Day >

The most loved-up day of the year is right around the corner.

In this guide, we've selected some of the most romantic places you can visit with that special someone in and around King's Cross.

1. The Standard Hotel, London

Make your way to the swanky Double Standard bar on the ground floor of London's hottest hotel this Valentine's Day and enjoy a friendship-forward curation of lovey-dovey movies from 4pm.

The pink-popcorn will be popping and love will be in the air.

You can now enjoy Two Tribes Dream Factory Pale Ale, Power Plant Gluten-Free Lager, Classic Helles Lager and Metro Land Session IPA by the pint at The Standard Hotel.

2. Hoppers London

The famous pink Hopper is making a return to the menu, just in time for Valentine's Day. Exquisitely matched with Hoppers London's Guava and Rose Prosecco to help set the mood.

While you're there - you must try our collaboration beer brewed especially for Hoppers London, Metro Land Colombo, packed with flavours of pandan and curry leaf.

3. Everyman Cinema, King's Cross

A visit to Everyman Cinema is always a treat, and this Valentine's Day they've put together a special schedule of classic romantic movies to help get you in the mood.

At 7pm, Everyman in King's Cross will be showing Titanic in 3D - celebrating the 25th anniversary of this romantic epic.

At 8pm, you can catch a throwback screening of Richard Geere and Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman. Throwback session tickets include a complimentary drink, and a hot dog or a pizza

Feeling thirsty? Watch Channing Tatum an Selma Hayek's steamy performance in the new Magic Mike's Last Dance.

Treat yourself to their delicious food menu, delivered right to your seat - and wash it all down with our Electric Circus Pale Ale.

4. The Drop Wine Bar

Feel the history of King's Cross at The Drop, a relaxed wine bar nestled in the Victorian stone arches of Coal Drops Yard.

Serving up and idiosyncratic list of wines alongside a menu of cheese, charcuterie and oysters. Sit under the atmospheric festoon lighting on the terrace. Could it be any more romantic?

Well, yes. You can indulge in the rich flavours of our Coal Drops Porter alongside your cheese board - or the fresh and clean flavours of our Classic Helles Lager with your plate of oysters.

5. Casa Pastor, Coal Drops Yard

Casa Pastor in Coal Drops Yard have been renovating, but their terrace bar has reopened and they are now taking bookings!

Indulge in a Mexican feast. If you haven't tried their tuna tacos yet, you haven't lived! They're absolutely incredible.

Try our collaboration brew, the El Pastor Pale Ale - brewed with the same corn masa they use in their tacos.

6. Spiritland King's Cross

Balamii Radio's Belinduh Belinduh Belinduh takes over the decks at Spiritland in King's Cross to celebrate Valentine's Day and their birthday.

Expect a set packed full of soulful R&B and house tracks, a journey through lover and breakup anthems.

Indulge in Spiritland's sexy menu of cocktails as you enjoy the tunes pumping out of their INCREDIBLE sound system.

7. Booking Office 1869 at The St Pancras Renaissance Hotel

Booking Office is a cocktail lounge and brasserie housed in the spectacular St Pancras Renaissance Hotel.

Marvel at the stunning architecture in this dimly lit and atmospheric bar. They'll be serving up an exclusive set menu designed for Valentine's Day date night.

Keen for beers? Find our Classic Helles on tap.

8. Dishoom

Dishoom is an institution, and always a treat to visit.

Located in a gorgeous restored Victorian-era railway shed built in 1850 - you can now feast on phenomenal Bombay-inspired dishes from breakfast until late.

9. Porte Noire

Tucked underneath the Gas Holders in Coal Drops Yard, is Porte Noire - a stylish wine bar from actor Idris Elba and David Faber.

Inspired by the wine bars of continental Europe, this is a casual but classy place to relax with good wine and incredible food.

Porte Noire boasts one of London's largest fine wine tasting rooms, with over 800 wines.


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