The Gun is a completely refurbished Canary Wharf pub from the early 19th century. Located on the banks of the River Thames it offers beautiful views and fine food. The strictly British menu serves seasonal dishes for lunch and dinner every day of the week. If you're looking for a meal with a view then this is the place to be, especially when it's warm enough to enjoy a pre-dinner drink on the riverside terrace.
Pubs in Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf has fast become one of the most prominent business districts in London. With this injection of business, the area was filled with people in the Financial services - and what do people in Finance like doing more than anything? Drinking (we assume). Here is a list of some of the best pubs in Canary Wharf, whether it's for an after work drink, a place to settle in and watch the sports or your pre-drinking venue before a night out.
A sophisticated and swanky take on the classic British boozer, Davy's is the perfect alternative for those after a great Canary Wharf pub with a smart edge. Head on down for one of the most enviable wine lists in the city, draught beer and classic British plates for lunch and dinner.
Found just shy of Crossharbour, The George is the perfect pub near Canary Wharf for casual drinks come sundown. Fun, friendly and informal to boot, head on down to this charming British boozer for simple gastro bites alongside wines and draught beers.
The purveyors of craft brew have opened a quirky new locating in the Isle of Dogs. Especially for their Canary Wharf spot, they're going cashless, accepting cryptocurrency and serving 'Hop Exchange' the beer that fluctuates in price with the FTSE 100.
One of Canary Wharf's most beloved pubs, The Henry Addington is more than just an after work social spot. Head down of a weekend for delicious lunches and Sunday spreads.