Bars & Terraces
The Hine Bar & Garden Terrace
Looking for the perfect place to unwind in the heart of London’s financial district? Look no further than our Hine Bar & Garden Terrace!
Located in Cabot square, overlooking the fountain and with the city’s skyline in the distance, our heated garden terrace offers the ideal place to enjoy a refreshing drink any time of the year. Our extensive selection of fine wines, cocktails and spirits has something for everyone’s taste.
We also have our Hine Bar & Garden Terrace menu, which includes a range of delicious Scottish cuisine, fresh seafood, steaks, burgers, pizzas and all Boisdale’s favourite dishes. Whether you are in the mood for a full meal or some lighter snacks and small plates to nibble on, we've got you covered.
The Hine Bar displays the world’s finest selection of Hine Vintage Cognacs with over 20 vintages going all the way back to 1914. You will also find one of London’s greatest Cocktail lists including 8 stunning Hine cocktails for your delectation!
So if you're looking for a great spot to eat, drink, relax or celebrate in Canary Wharf, head to our new garden terrace and experience the best of what the iconic location has to offer.
The Whisky Bar
On the second floor of our Canary Wharf venue, you will find a 12 metre long glowing amber wall of liquid gold, which holds over 1,000 bottles of malt whisky. Our whisky bar is undoubtedly one of the most extensive and magnificent whisky bars in the world. Browse our famous Whisky list here.
The Humidor at Boisdale
On the first floor, there is a 16 square metre walk-in humidor (with members’ cigar lockers) which contains one of London’s finest selections of Cuban cigars, supplied by Hunters & Frankau as well as one of the UK’s best collections of vintage Cuban cigars, provided by Mitch Orchant of Cigars Ltd. Cigar shop customers are allowed to sample cigars indoors before making a purchase.
Pimp My Cart
15 February 2023
With a selection of bottles chosen as much for their beautiful design as their contents, guests don’t help themselves to the cocktail trolley at Mark Palmer’s house