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Fol­low­ing the run­away suc­cess of 2012 event, which saw over 120,000 rev­ellers descend on Cana­da Square Park, Bois­dale once again teamed up with Ice Rink Canary Wharf to offer the capital’s most mag­i­cal fes­tive expe­ri­ence. Fea­tur­ing one of the largest out­door rinks in Lon­don, along­side Boisdale’s clas­sic retro-themed rink-side din­er, a trip to Ice Rink Canary Wharf was a must-do in win­ter 2013. Return­ing for a 16-week run from 26th Oct 201316th Feb 2014, Ice Rink Canary Wharf incor­po­rat­ed London’s only skate path, which lead skaters off around Cana­da Square Park’s icon­ic Big Blue sculp­ture before re-join­ing the main rink, and the venue also boast­ed a large out­door view­ing ter­race where non-skaters could soak up the atmos­phere and enjoy one of the most impres­sive skat­ing back­drops in town. The huge­ly pop­u­lar rink-side bar was once again host­ed by Bois­dale, who cre­at­ed The Juke­box Bar, a clas­sic Amer­i­can-style din­er fea­tur­ing authen­tic 1950s fare. Vis­i­tors could enjoy a range of incred­i­ble food and drink, includ­ing fresh, gourmet hot­dogs, shakes and hard-shakes, all served up with a side order of good-time rock n’ roll from the bar’s vin­tage 50s jukebox.
The Juke­box Bar was open sev­en days a week (with the excep­tion of Christ­mas Day) and had a ded­i­cat­ed VIP lounge by Heineken® for spe­cial occa­sions ide­al for cor­po­rate or pri­vate parties.