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New food and drink outlets for Euston balcony level

New food and drink outlets at Euston station will start to open from May, with construction well underway on a £12.5 million mezzanine level project to create more space at the busy terminus.

The Euston Station Balcony Development Scheme will include more than 11,000 sq ft of food and beverage space with a new balcony level opening up the station and providing passengers with an area to relax and eat away from the hustle and bustle of the station concourse.

Among the outlets set to open are Mi Casa Burritos, Itsu, Leon, Fine Burger and The Duke of Grafton pub. Some 71 million passengers travel through Euston annually, according to the latest station usage figures. 



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