1. An experience to rave about: The Cross
King's Cross, London
The Cross is a multifaceted venue for entertainment, food and events. It’s located down the street from King’s Cross station, five minutes from its original spot in the ‘90s that was known for its infamous raves. The Cross traded its wild lifestyle of the past in favour of a six-storey house with a restaurant, club, cocktail lounge, and roof terrace with 360-degree views of London’s skyline.
The first-floor restaurant and lounge are available for exclusive private dining from Friday to Sunday and have a capacity of 50 seated and 100 standing. Complete with beautiful chandeliers, exposed brick walls and floor-to-ceiling French windows, the space feels relaxed and elegant.
The Cross has several spaces available for exclusive private hire including the Red Room and the Roof Terrace. The Red Room on the third floor is an intimate, dimly-lit space that evokes a moody cocktail lounge, and has a capacity of 20 seated. The Roof Terrace, with a capacity of 30 seated and 70 standing, is the jewel in the crown with its panoramic views of London.