Location : 190 Euston Road, London, NW1 2EF
Phone : 020 3117 8837
Twitter : @eustontap
Description : Occupying Grade II-listed Portland stone lodge (one of the few relics from the original station built in the 1830s), the Tap is a two room bar, 1 downstairs & 1 upstairs (via a wonderful spiral staircase). The downstairs area houses the bar and has some tall bar stools. Upstairs has more chairs and tables and houses the loo. There is an outside drinking area, set off from the pavement.
The Tap faces both its sister bar “The Cider Tap” and Euston bus station and is a 1 minute walk from the pedestrian exit/entrance to Euston mainline station.
Apart from it being an architectural pleasure, the main feature of the Tap is its selection of 8 Real ales and 20 (yes TWENTY) craft beers on keg dispense. The staff are friendly and know their beers.
There is currently no food prepared on the premises, however, you can order a pizza delivery from the bar. I did and they’re delicious!