Ray's Bar


Despite being used to serving happiness by the slice, pizza connoisseurs Voodoo Ray's have created a drinking den that offers three delectable courses of flavoursome cocktails.

Found under the Voodoo Ray's Dalston site, they serve delicious pizzas to ensure things remain on an even keel. Slightly mischievous, with an alluring streak running through it, the venue blends back-street Tokyo bar with an East London twist. 

Designed by the creative thinkers at the Lab Bar, and composed of handcrafted spirits, fresh fruits and bespoke bitters, each cocktail on the menu is split into starters, mains and desserts. For the full 'dinner' experience, you'll need to bunker down for the night. The gin-based Shady Pines or the Prosecco infused Pink Flamingo will get the ball rolling, before the mains course - the Rio Cross, made with coconut rum, and the Tunnel Dancer, composed of Lagavulin whiskey and bourbon - kicks in. To round off the meal, the sugary Sensational Sherry and the Labyrinth will do the trick. Who knew 3 course dinners could pack such a punch?




  • Happily Affordable ££
  • No door charge
  • None


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 18:00 1:00
Tuesday 19:00 1:00
Wednesday 19:00 1:00
Thursday 19:00 3:00
Friday 18:00 3:00
Saturday 18:00 3:00
Sunday 18:00 1:00



Ray's Bar, 95, Kingsland High Street, E8 2PB



Nearest Station

Dalston Kingsland (Rail)


  • Cuisines

    This venue serves Italian and International food.

  • A word from the chef:

    To accompany the cocktail menu and ensure that everything stays on an even keel, the bar offers delicious, topping heavy pizzas, all of which have been created by Voodoo Ray's that sits patiently upstairs.

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Cost Min spend
Min spend
Whole Venue Hire Venue Hire 65 90 - 3000 4500

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

Customer Reviews (41)

Our Review

Ray's Bar Dalston - London Bar Review

What with living South of the river it’s not often I pop East, but with talks of a new cocktail den adding to Dalston’s growing and diverse cocktail scene I felt the trip would do me good. Venturing below ground to Ray’s Bar, apart from the dim lighting, I was nicely surprised thatthis…