Doric ArchEuston Station Colonnade, 1 Eversholt Street
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Formerly the Head of Steam; acquired by Fuller's in 2005, converted to its current name in 2006, celebrating the arch wantonly demolished as part of the station's "development" as does the pub's sign. The pub is located in the Euston station complex on the first floor looking out on the bus station.
There is a wide range of railway artefacts on display, giving a distinctive and unusual atmosphere appropriate to a station pub as does the live train time info screen. There is one booth resembling a railway compartment, and a raised drinking area at the rear from where the regular passage of buses can be witnessed.
Two ciders (bag in a box) displayed on the bar back. There is background music and a TV frequently showing sport with the sound muted. The toilets are in the basement. There is a 15% discount for CAMRA members - honoured on presentation of a current membership card and advertised by a chalk board on the bar counter. Became an accredited member of CAMRA's LocAle scheme in 2013. Following the acquisition of the Dark Star brewery their beers are increasingly featured at the expense of guest beers from elsewhere.
Alcohol is only served from 10.00am not from opening.