Boisdale - Canary Wharf
Boisdale is the perfect dining destination for those who enjoy the finer things in life. At all four venues diners can expect to find exceptional cuisine, fine wine, whisky and cigars. Canary Wharf’s Boisdale has quickly become London’s go-to live music venue. The jazz, blues, soul, reggae and the fine decor hark back to the class and style of past eras, while the venue’s terrific atmosphere will leave you feeling full of life. Set within a stunning Art Deco building, Boisdale comprises a first-floor bar and terrace, a whisky bar serving over 900 single malts and a restaurant and stage upstairs.
Boisdale Belgravia has been named ‘one of London’s unsung treasures’ by The Guardian, and rightly so. The warm, eclectic haunt, while the Back Bar has a traditional pub feel. With a cocktail bar, cigar terrace and a blooming courtyard garden too, what’s not to love?
Boisdale in Bishopsgate, like its sister venues, serves some of the finest food in the city. The restaurant boasts table and banquette seating for those visiting to sample the modern British cuisine, and the Piano Bar is perfect for pre-dinner tipples. Warm hues of green and red, along with a splash of tartan, ensure guests feel at ease in the relaxing restaurant. Recently opened Boisdale Mayfair is a more intimate, cosy affair, housed in listed converted stables just off Park Lane. Inside, the distinctive Boisdale style of dark green walls, mahogany panelling and striking artwork transports diners to a haven of comfort. Head to Stable Bar & Restaurant on the ground floor and immerse yourself in Mayfair’s most exclusive whisky list, delicious food and performances from the piano, not forgetting the newly launched Vinyl & Cocktail Bar on the lower ground floor.