Nestled beneath the many towers of Canary Wharf, a host of pubs, bars and restaurants give bankers something to spend their bonuses on. Here is Time Out's guide to this bustling part of the City, helping you to navigate all that braying bravado in no time.
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Restaurants in Canary Wharf
Things to do in Canary Wharf
Bars and pubs in Canary Wharf
The Last Tuesday Society
A weird and wonderful cocktail bar on Mare Street located above The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art and Natural History. Expect oddities, bones and books in a nod to downstairs, as well as a gallery space and a full-sized taxidermied lion named Leonora at one of the tables. Inspired by the prohibiton era, TLTS have a menu devoted to Absinthe, as well as two pages of cocktails and a handful of beers and wines. Bar nibbles include a cheese board, kalamata tapenade and roasted cashews. Regular events are held here, too, including workshops in taxidermy or cocktails, lectures, literary launches and more.
Venue says: “Join us for aperitivo east London style! Sample Broadway Market's finest cheeses and meats, free with each cocktail order. Every Thursday!”