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Elixir Bar, Euston

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Much improved!!!! Food and service quite good!
anonymous - 31 Mar 2009 08:34
The food was ok... and given in a generous portion however it took too long to order and even get drinks, the staff just seemed to walk straight passed us. Also the toilets are never seen to, twice I’ve been in there, and there was no toilet paper.

simka - 12 Dec 2008 13:31
This pub is definitely open but obviously chooses some strange opening hours. It was deserted on my early evening visit although judging by the open floor space, lighting and mirrorball, I get the impression that this is more geared towards the late night clubbers. Whilst there was nothing particularly awful about the place, the contrived Irish theme is all to frequent in this area and the pub offers little to entice me back. The interior is overbearingly plain with an abundance of pine and very little character. A couple of fancy mirrors gain some attention and there are 3 TVs dotted along one side showing the usual array of sports. Other than that there is nothing to focus on and generally, this place really is as plastic as it can get. The beers are fairly standard with London Pride being the only Cask Ale and it wasn’t particularly good quality. Not really a place that warrants too much of a detour to seek out.
RogerB - 13 Aug 2007 15:02
Definately closed! i went there on saturday, there was justa sign on the door about hiring the venue for private functions! What is going on with this boozer!
brendan_behan - 16 Mar 2007 03:26
Happy to report it has not closed. I went there last week and it looks to be thriving if not particularly busy.
Millay - 28 Jan 2007 12:50
i went to this pub last week and it was closed. it looked like a permanent closure.
A_drinker - 1 Dec 2006 19:45
John, want a barman, should be london bar man of the year.
Nice crowd of workers from across the road, apart from the two rowdy birds, Nat & Ashley
P Response - 22 Jan 2004 16:33
My second visit, this time during the day when it seems popular with local office workers lunching. Looks to be good portions of food and reasonable prices. Special offer on at present, bottles of Carlsburg for £1 up to mid evening.
Millay - 5 Sep 2003 11:36
If you have the time, walk a little further down Eversholt Street, past the Prince Arthur and find Rowleys. Unashamedly Irish décor with the ceiling strewn with pots and pans, a fishing net and even a rusty old penny farthing. It has probably had a recent refit and comes across as a bit new and sterile. However the eclectic and disorganised collection of hats, banknotes and pub merchandise to be found behind the bar give a reassuring feeling that the place has some history.

A hyperactive and somewhat eccentric barman kept me entertained whilst supping a few pints of Stella, my drink of choice for the evening, from ice cold glasses direct from the freezer, perfect. Not cheap, but an interesting pub and one that I would visit again.

Millay - 18 Aug 2003 20:57

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