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The best bars and pubs at Regent’s Place

Regent’s Place is home to some of London’s most acclaimed independent cafes, coffee shops, bars and restaurants.

To get exclusive menu and drinks deals, up-to-the-minute news on openings and launches and more, download our My Regent’s Place app or visit my.regentsplace.com  
 
Whether you’ve been shopping in the West End, arriving on the train at King’s Cross or Euston, cycling through the city or exploring the beautiful delights of Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill, Regent’s Place is an ideally placed escape to thoughtful green spaces and a sweeping Plaza with independent bars, coffee shops and restaurants offering incredible craft beers and excellent wine, seasonal menus and sharing plates.  
 
It’s also home to the New Diorama Theatre (see their latest performances here) and EustonWall Climbing Centre. There’s also Pret, Wasabi, Itsu and Starbucks for healthy bowls, coffee, sushi and noodles, snacks and pastries on the go.  

The Refinery at Regent’s Place 

5 Brock St, Regent’s Place, NW1 3FG 
See menus | book here 
 

With a huge, folding window that opens up onto the space of Regent’s Place Plaza, The Refinery is exactly what you’re looking for when you need to escape the bustle of London and want to eat good food with delicious wine, beer and cocktails after a long day at work, shopping or exploring the city. 
 
With an emphasis on vegan and vegetarian, The Refinery serves up nibbles of Padron peppers and almonds, sharing plates of mezze (chestnut hummus, harissa, vegan burrata, flatbread and marinated beets) and mains of coconut curry, fish and chips, fish finger sandwiches, steaks and grain bowls, it’s an excellent place for post-work food or on days out with family and friends (book group set menus here).  
 
Drinks-wise they have a huge selection of beer and wine, and an incredible cocktail menu that ranges from the classics to no-alcohol creations including the Garden Fizz (basil, blackberries, raspberries, lemon, soda and agave). There are also Wellness Lattes (beetroot, turmeric or matcha made with East London Tea Company’s plant-based powders). Book now for a long lazy lunch or celebratory evening out with plenty of space and a welcoming team.  
 
What the reviews say: 
 
“A little gem just next to Regent’s Park. Such good vibes. I went there with some friends and we had the best time. The food is delicious and the cocktails are so good. The staff is superb, I will definitely come back! Highly recommend” Google Reviews 

 

Beany Green

25 Brock Street, NW1 3FG 
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Beany Green is part of the Daisy Green Collection which brings Australia’s buzzing coffee and food scene to cafes and restaurants across London – and each location is uniquely matched to their local customers.  
 
Bright, warm and welcoming, pop in for healthy and delicious breakfasts and lunches including wraps, salads and juices, coffee from The Roasting Party and Aussie pastries (their Lamingtons are famous). You can also hire it for parties and catered events – just email [email protected] 
 
What the reviews say: “Best coffee in the area!!  Lovely baristas and a very cool interior. 10/10 would recommend.” Google Reviews 

 
BloomsYard 

286 Euston Road, NW1 3DP 
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Bringing delicious food and drinks to Regent’s Place is the welcoming and relaxed coffee spot and wine bar, BloomsYard. Specialising in soups, sandwiches, cake and delicious bites right through the day, don’t miss their breakfast menu with artisan coffee, wellbeing tea, porridge, overnight oats, fruit pots, yoghurt with granola and honey plus huge pastries with vegan and GF options.  
 
They also offer a fantastic specifically curated wine list and microbrewery craft beers for the evening. With special themed events planned for Regent’s Place (look out for wine tastings) and corporate catering available for breakfasts and lunches (just email [email protected]), they also offer event hire for birthdays and special occasions. Welcome to your new favourite spot.  
 
What the reviews say: “Fantastic coffee, food and very friendly staff. A great place to meet with both colleagues and friends.” Google Reviews 

 
NDT Cafe and Bar 

15-16 Triton St, NW1 3DE 
 
With a redesign by theatre design team Joshua Gadsby and Naomi Kuyck-Cohen, the cafe is open 8am-6pm, Monday to Friday, serving Allpress coffee, hot and cold drinks, fresh pastries and a range of sweet and savoury snacks. It’s also open Tuesdays to Saturdays before and after scheduled performances, serving a range of wines, spirits, beers and soft drinks, along with a selection of bar snacks. With free wifi, spacious tables and plenty of sockets, an inspiring gallery plus free books and magazines, this is a wonderful spot to work and unwind in.  
 
What the reviews say: “Very friendly staff and good coffee too.” Google Reviews 

 
The Union Regent’s Place 

11 Triton Street, Regent’s Place, NW1 3BF 
See menus | book here 
 
Fun, friendly and set in the pedestrianised spot of Triton Street, this is a bar and restaurant you need to visit. With a front terrace and private garden, outdoor seating is easy to come by (book here) and it also has a varied and welcoming drinks list. The Union is known for its huge array of craft ales, beers, lagers and ciders on tap. Aperols and Margaritas rub shoulders with a selection of non-alcoholic spritzes so if you pop in for a post-EustonWall Climbing Centre session or after a run across Regent’s Park, you’ll find something ideal for you.  
 
The Union offers an extensive lunch selection (think coriander chilli, spring onion quesadillas, smoked sriracha and crushed avocado) while on the evenings you can order up sharing boards (chorizo croquettes, beetroot hummus and pitta bread, harissa grilled chicken, halloumi with buttermilk dressing sweet chilli sauce and pomegranate and fries) and mains (Za’atar roasted cauliflower, kale, sweet potato, toasted seeds, pomegranate and tahini dressing is a must) with incredible puddings to follow (baked meringue, pistachio chantilly and berry compote). Pop in for drinks and dinner with friends, family or workmates and be sure of a huge welcome.  
 
What the reviews say: 
“Great place for food and hanging out with family and friends.. friendly staff.. good food… Will definitely visit again… must try the burger and sweet potato wedges.” Traveladvisor 

 

The Good Company Tap Café 

17-19 Triton Street, NW1 3BF 

Change Please Coffee and Toast Ale have joined forces to open up The Good Company Tap Café, a space where social enterprises can collaborate to bring award-winning coffee, delicious beer, excellent food and a warm welcome to the neighbourhood. They’ll also be running barista-training courses to give people the chance to develop skills and experience. Follow them at @goodcompanyldn and goodcompany.london.  

To get exclusive menu and drinks deals, up-to-the-minute news on openings and launches and more, download our My Regent’s Place app or visit my.regentsplace.com  

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