Central Station

98% love it
Popular local corner bar running the gamut from cabaret to strippers
Friendly and buzzy Kings Cross venue on several floors, featuring a cabaret bar and a rooftop terrace, with karaoke, drag shows and more. Opened December 1991 by Duncan Irvine and Martin Mason, who transformed the gutted space. The atmospherically seedy basement houses The Underground Club [see entry], known for its busy and adventurous schedule of regular evening and late-night fetish events. Top floors are now given over to bed and breakfast accommodation: Central Station Hotel [see entry]. Tube station: King's Cross St Pancras. As of summer 2021 the future of this Kings Cross institution is uncertain.


    • hslut
      hslut Over a year ago

      underground club ...hot and hard !
      underground club just in the central station basement is a true hard place with lot of different parties (naked, ws, movies, sports, etc...). A hot place for hard guys only.

    • roundupcowboy
      roundupcowboy Over a year ago
      Hates it

      if u r a guy with a lesbian friend...
      they will not let you in. very unfriendly to gay men. why is it ok for them to come to our bars (& we welcome them) but not ok for us 2 go 2 their bars?

    • Stevin
      Stevin Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Always something
      Have always had a good time here.

    • FernandoSolis
      FernandoSolis Over a year ago

      Only if you are looking for a bizarre experience
      Central Station is famous for its kinky/dirty nights. You could find dresscode discount nights, golden shower nights, sneakers nights, s&m nights and also disco nights with backrooms. It all sounds pretty amazing if you are into any of the above. But, if your standards are average or you are looking for a young, good looking, fit or in shape crowd, this isn't the right place and you will be disappointed.

    • AltoidLover
      AltoidLover Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Something for everyone
      Central Station is a bit of a hole in a wall, hard to find spot, by Kings Cross, but it's worth looking for. Central Station's main claim to fame, at least for me, is their club nights. Their revolving schedule of what felt like kinks to a repressed American was intriguing. But the men at these nights were never off putting. It was a lot of fun to visit and I look forward to coming back for a pint.