Located right in the heart of Kings Cross, Goods Way offers a place to gather. Taking centre-stage is Lafayette, a two story, 600 capacity venue, impressive yet consciously intimate, deliberately designed as a step up for artists, audiences and venues alike. Southern-style cocktail bar Sweetwater conjures the atmosphere and conviviality of a prohibition drinking den, and tucked-away speakeasy Nola’s provides a nostalgic take on a lavish living room.
Turn each corner of Goods Way and explore a rabbit’s warren of corridors and secret rooms, with each part designed for a different sensory experience. Theatrical, not themed, it wears its influences on its sleeves whilst avoiding the trap of trying to convince the customer that it is something that it is not.
Taking centre-stage is Lafayette, twice the size of its sister venue Omeara yet consciously intimate, expertly designed as a step up for artists, audiences and venues alike.
A hidden gem, Nola’s private rooms provide a nostalgic take on a lavish living room – a place for pre and post drinks, supper clubs or even small intimate gigs in this speakeasy-style cocktail bar.
Sushi on Jones is London’s favorite omakase, served by your own Sushi Chef. From uni to toro, botan shrimp to wagyu and beyond, Sushi on Jones serves only the best cuts from the best fish and wagyu available.