Entire Venue at TheCrossLondon
About this space
Back in the naughty 90s, The Cross was one of London’s premiere destination nightclubs. It closed with the redevelopment of King’s Cross and the original railway arches it once occupied now belong to Tim Dixon at Coal Drops Yard.
The Cross has returned, just 10 mins away from its original home, now residing on Wharfdale Road. The venue offers much more than the original - it still has a basement club now with an additional, slick ground floor bar, plus a first-floor restaurant that takes inspiration from the Mediterranean with smart small plates and two beautiful lounge bars, The Barn and The Red Room. In addition to all that, there’s a roof terrace that offers cracking views and lots of plush banquette seating to recline in.
The menu in the dining room keeps things compact with a mixture of snacks, salads and Med-influenced plates. Dishes include crispy squid with a sweet chilli jam, pan-fried cod with lentils, spinach, garlic parsley and chilli and lamb cutlets with Dijon mustard and pistachio crust. For dessert, choose from a selection of ice cream and sorbets or maybe a white chocolate cheesecake with seasonal fruit.
The drinks list is similarly tightly curated, with an organic wine list accompanying innovative house cocktails like the Jasmine Aviation (Bombay Sapphire gin, lemon, violette and jasmine liqueur), hazelnut old fashioneds, and a selection of low and no-alcohol cocktails.
After dinner, enjoy the rooftop bar, or one of the opulent lounge bars before heading to the gritty basement club and party until the early hours.
Catering and drinks
Music & sound equipment
Rules of the space
Guests under 25 are not allowed
Cancellation policy: Standard 30 day
Cancellations 30 days in advance will receive a full refund.
Cancellations 30 days to 7 days in advance will receive a 50% refund.
Cancellations for events starting within 7 days are non-refundable.
Event date of a confirmed booking can be changed to another date within 3 months from the original date, at no cost.
The Cross 2.0 comprises six floors offering luxuriously designed spaces to drink, dine and dance. True to its heritage, music will be integral throughout the venue, from the rooftop terrace all the way down to the basement club where DJ line-ups are scheduled every weekend, as well as the 3 characterful bars and restaurant in between.
The six floors are deliciously eclectic in their design, ranging from exposed brick walls and reclaimed timber floors, to hand-painted ceilings and a room entirely dedicated to velvet.
The industrially elegant restaurant and dining terrace located on the first floor will provide a menu of fresh, seasonal dishes. Small plates will also be served in the second and third floor cocktail bars.