Euston Flyer83-87 Euston Rd
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The premises were converted from a sewing machine shop in about 1995. The front of the pub has French windows which can be opened in suitable weather. There is a large single room at several levels, including a gallery which can be used for parties, with the bar along the side wall. Decorations are in the semi-traditional style, with a wooden floor at entry level and carpeted podia. There are a number of clocks, mirrors, small black and white photos and oversize lamps. The pub has piped music and two projection TVs, and caters for office and passing trade, with some emphasis on food (standard Fuller's menu), but no area reserved for eating only. There is a standard Fuller's wine list, and bottled Belgian and German beers from AbInBev. Food served 10.00 (starting with breakfast) - 21.00 daily. There is no outside drinking area, and the pub is on a busy main road, opposite the new British Library. King's Cross and St Pancras International stations are within 400 m, Euston is not much further away.