The Cellar is set to open its second wine bar and coffee shop in Kings Cross this May.
The new site, which is located near Kings Cross Station on Pentonville Road, London, follows the launch of its first venue in The Cotswolds.
The Cellar was founded by friends Mike White and Michael O’Sullivan, who took inspiration from the food and drink market culture found within cities such as Bologna and Madrid – which they describe as “a relaxed and approachable environment, where customers are encouraged to sample and share”.
It aims to celebrate the “traditional methods of wine making” explained in terms of palatable flavour profiles, such as Tuscan Vermentino; lime, pear and sea spray/Gran Cerdo Tempranillo; bramble, violets, spice/Cuvée du Chat Beaujolais; Cherry, Raspberry and Cola, with a menu showcasing “vineyards from around the globe”.
Prices start at around £5 a glass, and between £24-£60 for a bottle.
In addition, The Kings Cross location will double up as a daytime specialty coffee shop, serving ethical ‘New Ground Coffee’.
Come evening, the wine will be served alongside charcuterie and cheese plates, to include British curds, cures and breads from producers to include Neil’s Yard Dairy, Saltpig Charcuterie and Brindisa.