Euston Station beverage units open in May 2015
24 March 2015 • Author: Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, European Railway Review
Euston, London’s fourth busiest railway station, will open various beverage units from May 2015 offering more choice for passengers and the local community.
The £12.5 million development project to create more space for retail and dining will cater for the 71 million customers who pass through the station each year.
Euston Station Balcony Development Scheme delivers a user-friendly layout and includes more than 11,000 sq ft of food and beverage space with a new balcony level opening up the station. This area provides passengers with an area to relax and eat away from the station concourse.
Network Rail head of retail, Samantha Turner, said: “A number of new food and beverage retailers have been carefully selected to enhance the options on offer for passengers and station visitors at Euston.
“People will soon benefit from a complementary mix of premium, convenient, grab and go offers along with a number of dine-in options.”
Euston Station beverage units will be occupied by Mi Casa Burritos, Itsu, Leon, Fine Burger, The Duke of Grafton (public house), Big Apple Hot Dogs, The Rib Man and Beany Green.
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