About The Pack & Carriage
About the restaurant
The former Elixir Bar has finally done away with its name and gone in for a rebrand. They’ve swapped Elixir for the much more pub-y The Pack and Carriage. Down on Eversholt Street between Mornington Crescent and Euston, this London staple is the kind of typical craft beer (15 on tap and 30 bottled varieties) and burger den that NW locals know and love, along with a revolving door line up of DJs, local and out of town musicians most Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights to keep things interesting.
The Pack and Carriage on Eversholt Street in between Mornington Crescent and London Euston knows exactly which side their bread is buttered, albeit more typically about how their pint is poured and how their burgers are made (by hand and with organic organic ingredients). The bar prides itself on its unparalleled range of craft beers on tap and in the fridge (a big claim for this corner of London, as it goes) as well as its no-nonsense attitude to running a bar: there’s great drinks and they throw a hell of a party, but there are few gastro flourishes here besides the organic burgers stacking up in the kitchen from Wednesday to Saturday, and the place is all the better for it.
The team, having disposed of their cumbersome former moniker, have finally become the pub they wanted to be: a craft beer palace with 15 types on tap and 30 in bottles, in the middle of NW London. Deals abound: there’s a happy hour every day until 8pm, and Wednesday sees The Pack & Carriage laying on the midweek madness with a burger, chips and a pint for a tenner, plus cheap cocktails and discount wines all night. For guests looking for a short stagger home, there are few places between Mornington Crescent and Euston that offer a real atmosphere away from the transient, nameless places that are frequented by the rail passengers that block the streets. In The Pack and Carriage, Eversholt Street locals have got a pub that know what their drinkers want: a proper range of beers, great party nights with DJs and musicians from around town and beyond and, more than anything else, a break from Euston Road.