Start the weekend in style at The Attic

Written by Karl Chads | Created on 2016-07-15

Steeped in style, and the very epitome of London chic, The Attic Bar is one of those hidden gems that the capital hides away in its myriad of enclaves.

Perched atop Pan Peninsula, just across the bridge from Canary Wharf, this 48th floor bar partners with its ground-floor counterpart Tompkins to provide a unique dawn-til-dusk dining and drinking experience that's the envy of London.

By day, Tompkins exudes the sober panache that would befit the status of London's premier hotels, with light bites such as calamari with sweet chilli bolstered by substantial mains such as the beef burger with lettuce, tomato, pickle, house relish, and fries.

The coffee and the wine list are superb, and the spacious dining room is the ideal venue for sealing the deal on a client meeting, before the evening hour strikes, and The Attic becomes the place to be.

The '50s-inspired furnishings wonderfully complement the granite bar that forms the centrepiece of the supremely decadent décor, mirrored by the splendour of the sublime cocktail list that includes drinks as diverse as the Old Fashioned (Woodford Reserve or Diplomatico Reserva with sugar and Angustura bitters) and the Forbidden Fruit mocktail (orange, cranberry and pineapple juice shaken with raspberries).

The perfect place for cocktails and canapés, The Attic also caters for corporate networking events, engagement parties, wedding receptions, after-show parties, product launches, summer parties, and photo shoots.

The Attic, 48th Floor, Pan Peninsula, South Quay, London E14 9HN

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