Coal Drops Yard2018-12-20T14:57:24+00:00
With 60 shops, bars, cafés and restaurants all sitting canal-side in a car-free setting vibrantly re-imagined by renowned architects Heatherwick Studio. Coal Drops Yard is already effortlessly becoming London’s most interesting shopping destination.
With 60 shops, bars, cafés and restaurants all sitting canal-side in a car-free setting vibrantly re-imagined by renowned architects Heatherwick Studio. Coal Drops Yard is already effortlessly becoming London’s most interesting shopping destination.

A contemporary design has been interwoven with the surviving structures, streets and rich ironwork of the original Victorian ‘coal drops’. Now it is home to a community of like-minded brands in a re-imagined set of historic buildings and arches, right next door to Granary Square and Regent’s Canal.

No space at Coal Drops Yard is the same. Stores and restaurants are located in canal-side arches facing cobbled courtyards, within the original ‘coal drops’ themselves, and across a series of raised iron viaducts.

Lower Stable Street, a sunken space between Coal Drops Yard and Stable Street, has a range of smaller pop-up and experimental stores, complementing and offering a different aspect to Coal Drops Yard.

Coal Drops Yard food scene complements the retail one with an eclectic mix of cafés and bars, top restaurants as well as new public spaces to eat and drink in.

A contemporary design has been interwoven with the surviving structures, streets and rich ironwork of the original Victorian ‘coal drops’. Now it is home to a community of like-minded brands in a re-imagined set of historic buildings and arches, right next door to Granary Square and Regent’s Canal.

No space at Coal Drops Yard is the same. Stores and restaurants are located in canal-side arches facing cobbled courtyards, within the original ‘coal drops’ themselves, and across a series of raised iron viaducts.

Lower Stable Street, a sunken space between Coal Drops Yard and Stable Street, has a range of smaller pop-up and experimental stores, complementing and offering a different aspect to Coal Drops Yard.

Coal Drops Yard food scene complements the retail one with an eclectic mix of cafés and bars, top restaurants as well as new public spaces to eat and drink in.

Coal Drops Yard is a destination district with a community spirit and with its innovative shopping experience and canal-side location in the heart of King’s Cross, it is already a magnet for shoppers and visitors from across London, the UK and further afield.

Local and global. King’s Cross is where its at.

Visit Coal Drops Yard

Coal Drops Yard is a destination district with a community spirit and with its innovative shopping experience and canal-side location in the heart of King’s Cross, it is already a magnet for shoppers and visitors from across London, the UK and further afield.

Local and global. King’s Cross is where its at.

Visit Coal Drops Yard