The best cocktails in Canary Wharf
At Burger & Lobster our cocktail bar in Canary Wharf is always fully stocked. Offering the perfect tipple for any occasion, we pride ourselves in having a huge selection of drinks. From our variety of wines, beers which feature a monthly special, spirits, soft drinks and of course, Champagne darling!
You name it we’ve got it… but let’s be serious, if you’re reading this, we know what you’re really after… the cocktails.
If it’s the best cocktail bars near Canary Wharf you’re interested in, then look no further than Burger & Lobster West India Quay. Our bartenders are experts at crafting cocktails that are perfectly shaken and stirred.
Enjoy classics such as Martinis, daiquiris, mojitos and margaritas; our B&L House Cocktails; and be tempted by our latest partnership with Trip Drinks, bringing you a selection of CBD oil infused cocktails, including Lemon & Basil Spritz and Elderflower & Mint Spritz.
Let’s not forget our fan favourites that include: Golden Palm - an enticing mixture of Havana, pineapple, lime, jasmine and Sauvignon Blanc; South Carolina Tea featuring Beefeater 24, lemon, watermelon and Earl Grey; and Churchill Downs Smash - a combination of Buffalo Trace, lemon, honey, apricot, sugar and mint.
And finally, for the non-drinkers or designated driver, our flavoursome mocktails - going teetotal has never tasted so good. Whether you opt for Tropic Thunder - a blend of apple, pineapple, mango, bergamot, sugar, Grenadine and passionfruit, or the Mock Mojito, both pack a punch.
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Whether you’re suited and booted for work in Canary Wharf, or you’re out for the day taking in the famous docks which are full of history, you’ll definitely want to visit.
Start at the Museum of London Docklands to get a real feel for Canary Wharf and its importance within the city. Entrance to the museum and its 10 permanent galleries covering the history of the Docklands area, including Docklands at War, is free and open all week.
Feeling arty? Then you’re in luck. While Canary Wharf might be best known for its big banks and skyscrapers, be sure to keep your eyes peeled, as it is covered in artworks and home to one of the UK's largest collections of public art, with more than 65 pieces - from golden rugby balls to Igor Mitoraj's triumphant Centaur over a decapitated body. There’s plenty to see.
For those in need of some retail therapy (now we know why you might need that cocktail afterwards!) Canary Wharf Shopping is the place to be, and caters for high-end budgets but also for those high street bargain buys.
If it’s greenery you’re looking for amongst all the buildings then look no further than Jubilee Park for some respite, or The Crossrail Place Roof Garden, a free indoor oasis where the plants are arranged according to which hemisphere they're from.
Now that we’ve convinced you that a trip to Canary Wharf is a must, how to get here? Simple - get off the Jubilee line at Canary Wharf and then take the DLR to West India Quay station.
After all that shopping, art spotting and being a tourist, sit back, relax and enjoy!
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