Abbey

Description

Abbey is a fun city restaurant, bar and club, split over two floors and situated within a relaxed saunter of Aldgate and Tower Hill stations in the heart of the city. With several rooms, all tastefully decorated to give a warm look, and a slick interior that creates a relaxing feel during the day, before generating something a bit more lively when the sun goes down.

A great selection of fresh British dishes including Steaks, Fish and Chips and Sausage and Mash, make Abbey a great place to have a hearty bite to eat and a quiet drink by day, but after dark things start to hot up, and this popular after work bar quickly draws a buzzing crowd packed with city workers looking to relax and make the most of the Happy Hour. There is a DJ to get the party going on Thursdays and Fridays, playing modern chart music and keep it pumping until late. The Abbey's excellent location combined with its fresh food and vibrant atmosphere, make it the ideal place to stop by for a bite to eat and a drink, or to let your hair down on Friday night.

Offers/Promos

Offer Availability
Extended Happy Hour
Extended Happy Hour on Thursday Nights from 5pm-10pm - includes 50% off bottled beers, bottles of wine and spirit mixers!
Thursday 17:00 – 22:00
50% off your bill when you pre-book!
Offer available until 31st July on bills up to £250 (T&Cs apply)
Monday 16:00 – 22:00
Tuesday 16:00 – 22:00
Wednesday 16:00 – 22:00
Thursday 16:00 – 22:00
Friday 16:00 – 22:00

Info

  • City of London
  • Happily Affordable ££
  • London - Just Party, London - Christmas Lunch, London - Christmas Dinner
  • Dance floor
  • Wheelchair Access
  • No Door Charge
  • None
  • 21

Hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 12:00 0:00
Tuesday 12:00 0:00
Wednesday 12:00 0:00
Thursday 12:00 3:00
Friday 12:00 3:00
Saturday 9:00 3:00 Private Hire Only
Sunday 9:00 0:00 Private Hire Only

Special opening hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 27th August 2018 9:00 3:00 Private Hire Only
Tuesday 25th December 2018 - -
Wednesday 26th December 2018 9:00 3:00 Private Hire Only

Location

Address

Abbey, 30-33 Minories EC3N 1DD

Area

City of London

Nearest Station

Tower Hill (Tube)

30-33 Minories EC3N 1DD

Menus

  • Cuisines

    This venue serves American, Pub Food and British food.

  • A word from the chef:

    There is an ever changing selection of specials and favourites including Steaks, Chargrilled Chicken dishes, a delicious Salmon Fillet and Salads. Try the fish finger sandwich on griddled brioche at £5.95, or the steak frites with garlic and herb butter at £9.95.

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Seated
Capacity
Standing
Cost Min spend
Midweek*
Min spend
Weekend*
Whole Venue Hire Venue Hire 300 650 - £3,000 £2,500
Restaurant Hire Private Room 45 70 - £200 -
Basement Bar Basement Space 140 340 - £1,000 N/A
Balcony Bar Private Room 30 60 - ON REQUEST ONLY ON REQUEST ONLY
Reflection Private Room 32 100 - ON REQUEST ONLY ON REQUEST ONLY
Studio Private Room 24 100 - ON REQUEST ONLY ON REQUEST ONLY

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

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Abbey Bar - Restaurant Bar Review

Abbey Bar - Restaurant Bar Review

Like Piccadilly Institute, Loop, and Bar Soho; Abbey is one of Late Night London's most popular nightlife locations. They've got a set menu and plenty of events taking place throughout the year, but the best part is that it's the kind of place that's conducive to meeting people. The VenueAbbey…


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