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.

Last updated on 16th January 2020

The Parlour

517 user reviews 4

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.

Capeesh Sky Bar

94 user reviews 4

Up on the 48th floor of the famous Pan Peninsula Square, Capeesh Sky Bar has some of London's most impressive views. So just sit back and enjoy the menu of hand-blended drinks created from high-end liquors, with delicious Italian canapes, and the city as your entertainment. 

Radio Alice Canary Wharf

75 user reviews 4

Taking up a spot in the heart of Jubilee Park, Radio Alice's Canary Wharf venue is bringing the same edible delights as its sister sites, alongside a simple bar menu of beers, box wine and a few basic cocktails to help wash down all that sourdough pizza.