Euston pub receives £370k refurbishment

Punch Pubs & Co has invested in The Square Tavern in London Euston.

Following a £370,000 investment from Punch Pubs & Co, The Square Tavern in London Euston has reopened its doors.

Under the watch of new management partners Faye Kewell and Petar Ivanisevic, the extensive refurbishment has focused on fine-tuning and amplifying all the pub's best assets, including a thorough refresh of the bar and dining area.

Kewell and Ivanisevic also run the hybrid café-workspace FAIM, located next to the pub.

"We're so proud of the pub's fabulous new look and being able to offer a real innovative hybrid workspace with FAIM just next door – it's perfect for anyone using nearby Euston station, and we've found it creates a constant buzz of guests new and old looking to enjoy a traditional London pub," says Kewell.

A new menu features pub classics like beef and ale pie, alongside dishes such as a fish finger sandwich.

"Punch is incredibly proud to have invested in this fantastic pub, in such a fabulous location," says Punch senior operations manager Graeme Endacott. "The Square Tavern offers the local community and commuters so much. We're sure the local community and visitors to the area will be equally as pleased and enjoy all Faye and Petar have to offer here for many years to come."

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