The diversity of 'The Cally' means there is something for everyone, and all tastes are accounted for.


For a little cool trendiness, head down to The Grain Store or Caravan, both located in one of London's newest squares, Granary Square at King's Cross.


Opened in June 2012, Granary Square has already played host to a plethora of musical and dance festivals; even an ice cream festival. At the size of Trafalgar Square, and at the entrance to Central St. Martin's, it's the perfect stage for events and performances.


For those in search of something more down to earth, The Hemingford Arms is an eccentric leafy local full of personality and atmosphere.


Also located on Hemingford Road, only a couple of hundred yards from Four Hundred is Sunday, a friendly neighbourhood cafe and restaurant that gained a 9.5 out of 10 in The Independent's restaurant review.

The diversity continues at Drink, Shop & Do, which has combined daytime cafe and night-time venue with a shop and craft work-space to become one of Caledonian Road's best loved centres of entertainment.


The 21st Century is fully represented at Meltdown - London's first and only eSports and video games bar. There's also an abundance of dining opportunities in and around the Caledonian Road. Petra does some killer Turkish takeaway, while Piccolo Olivo is perfect if you're looking for some good honest Italian food. Merkato is a good spot to grab some Ethiopian stew.


If all that is not enough, Islington is less than a 15 minute walk, as is the Regent's Canal which offers the chance to see a side of London missed by so many.


For the Road


Grain Store    
The Grain Store at Granary Square. Caravan at Granary Square.


The Hemingford Arms on Hemingford Road