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Bars in Canary Wharf
It's Canary Wharf's abundance of alfresco terraces, bars with a view and homely pubs that rightly earn it a place on London's social map. Just a few stops from London Bridge's clubbing scene and the nightlife oasis that is Shoreditch, these clutch of excellent spots are a great option for after-work drinks or for a few tipples before heading for a night on the tiles. Read on for our hand-picked guide to the best bars in Canary Wharf.
Located in a Grade-II listed building, The Gun is a quirky spot for a drink near Canary Wharf. As well as having a swish restaurant, the venue has a more informal pub perfect for grabbing a post-work pint or going for a cosy time over the weekend.
With views over the North Dock, The Merchant is a fun lil' Fuller's spot in the heart of Canary Wharf. Catering to craft brew fans, this lace boasts an extensive selection of beer and cider, along with a menu of classic pub grub to line the stomach.
The Sipping Room is a sleek restaurant in East London that serves delicious seasonal dishes throughout the day to Canary Wharf's hungry revellers. Part of the Drake and Morgan family, this place upholds high standards with fresh ingredients and quality cocktails.
These purveyors of fine craft brews have given a little extra detail to their Canary Wharf location. Rocking cashless tills, accepting cryptocurrency and even pouring 'Hop Exchange' a beer that fluctuate sub price with the FTSE 100, it's the perfect new spot for an after-work drink.
Located in the heart of the business district, this restaurant is home to a stunning selection of British dishes, cocktail masterclasses and tasting experiences alongside weekly live events where you can catch live tribute acts, talented artists and up and coming musicians.
A jack-of-all-trades, the Breakfast Club in Canary Wharf is always abuzz with energy. Decorated as a retro working men's club, expect to find intriguing furniture along with a brunch menu full of traditional British treats, craft beers, and most importantly, a selection of delicate cocktails.
Looking for a lively space in the heart of Canary Wharf? Head to Iberica where you'll find a delicious selection of Mediterranean small plates, delicious wines and a vibrant atmosphere. With a mouthwatering seafood selection, you won't leave hungry.
The team behind Flight Club are bringing Canary Wharf an all-new spin on a great British pastime. Unwind after a busy day with a trip to Electric Shuffle, a technology-infused re-imagining of shuffleboard with additional delicious food and refreshing drinks.
Any venue with a secret, garden-inspired lounge ticks all kinds of boxes for us. This is a refreshingly airy and relaxed hangout, where cocktails are as quirky as they come and the solid choice of wine spoils. Get yourself over during the warmer months, when the alfresco terrace finds its mojo.
One of the snazziest bars in Canary Wharf, Roka is a one-stop-shop for authentic Japanese plates and exciting cocktails. Swing by after work and sample the menu of robata-grilled goodies or watch a repertoire of contemporary Izakaya-inspired food made before your eyes at the bar.
A sister site to Chai Ki, Toddy Shop Bar is an elegant all-day bar and eatery in the heart of the Canary Wharf Crossrail Place. Taking inspiration from coastal drinking dens of India, it serves quality drinks and enticing small plates of fresh seafood and innovative soul food.
Canary Wharf's cool and collected cocktail cavern is a mighty magnet for any liquor lover as barflies flock from their desk direct to this bubbling bar. Mixologists whip up a variety of treats, from classic catchers and contemporary whirls to wicked, all-time favourites.
Located in Cabot Square, Vagabond is an uber-sleek wine bar boasting panoramic waterside views. Spread over two floors, this place is known for its impressive collection of wine available for the glass, with over 130 varieties (impressive, huh?).
Swing chairs, table football, bold colours and a living plant wall all adorn the parent to Wahaca's restaurant. Terrace Bar is a wondrous Wharf-dweller offering native Mexican tipples in the form of only the purest and primed tequila and mezcal London has seen.
Pizza Pilgrims have headed East, serving great pizzas coupled with 16-person foosball, plasma screen TVs and vintage video games. The famous pizza maestros serve all the same Neapolitan pizzas that made them famous in the first place, topped with only the finest ingredients.
Combing swanky and homely, The Pearson Room in Canary Wharf is a unique bar. Created by Sunaina Sethi, of Michelin Starred Trishna restaurant in Marylebone, the bar has an amazing selection of wine, as well as serving delicious bar snacks.
It's not hard to see why No.35 Mackenzie Walk is one of the most popular bars in Canary Wharf. Alongside its beautiful outdoor terrace, waterside views, tasty cocktails and all-day menu of light bites and bigger meals, the spot also as a range of draught beers, bottles and wines.
Looking something a little unusual for your after-work drinks? Then head to Munich Cricket Club, a German Bierkeller, for a bizarrely brilliant night of Bavarian-imported beers, bangers from a weekly Oompah band and a menu of classics such as slow roasted pork knuckle and dumplings.
Head over to Canary Wharf where The Alchemist is bringing you some of the finest tipples in the area. From interactive drinks that fizz, pop and bubble, to a stunning selection of internationally-inspired eats, they're bringing mixology and theatrics in equal measure.