Black Rock

Description

Since first opening it's doors in March 2016, Black Rock has firmly established a reputation as on of the go to bars for whisky in the UK.

The Black Rock centre-piece is an 18ft, 185-year old oak tree trunk which also acts as an interactive cocktail ageing system, as well as that there is no bar. Black Rock also don't have a written down menu. Instead whiskies are organized in cabinets and categorized by flavour rather than region to help guests find a whisky that might be right for their palate, and if you see a whisky you know you like, then the whiskies that surround it will have similar flavours and you could end up with a new favourite whisky. However, if the proposition of choosing from 300+ whiskies is a little daunting, the staff are always at hand, ready with suggestions as to the whiskies that might be right for you.

A must-visit for whisky aficionados and novices alike, Black Rock pushes boundaries while offering a novel, personal approach to service.

Info

  • Happily Affordable ££
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Hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 17:00 0:00
Tuesday 17:00 0:00
Wednesday 17:00 0:00
Thursday 17:00 1:00
Friday 17:00 2:00
Saturday 17:00 2:00
Sunday - - Private Hire Only.

Location

Address

Black Rock, 9, Christopher Street, EC2A 2BS

Area

Shoreditch

Nearest Station

Liverpool Street (Tube)


Getting there

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Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Seated
Capacity
Standing
Cost Min spend
Midweek*
Min spend
Weekend*
Venue Hire 35 35 - 1500 1200

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

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Black Rock Shoreditch - London Bar Review

Black Rock Shoreditch - London Bar Review

Let’s face it, any mention of a ‘whisky bar’ and your average punter is going to expect an old-school, cigar-laden, stuffy and most-likely unwelcoming place to drink. But as is the rise of important discussions around social mobility and tackling the inequalities in our society, the…

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