A luxurious cocktail and champagne bar on the 48th The Attic Bar is a place to cherish and enjoy, being able to cater for up to 100 people. Designed by National Interior Designer of the Year winner Matt Rawlinson, The Attic has a grand, black granite bar as its centre piece, set with tigers eye stones flown in from India. The Attic is the perfect venue in which to hold your corporate or private event, and could be that exclusive hideaway you are looking for.
The Attic, a luxurious cocktail and champagne bar resides on the 48th floor of Pan Peninsula in
London's Docklands. Designed by National Interior Designer of the Year winner Matt Rawlinson, The
Attic has a grand, black granite bar as its centre piece, set with tigers eye stones flown in from India.
The surrounding black-covered walls and soft furnishings have a fifties-inspired style with shades
of coffee, fawn and cinnamon, while the location in the UK's tallest residential building gives 360-
degree panoramic views of the capital, including Canary Wharf and the River Thames.
The Attic is the perfect venue in which to hold your corporate or private event, and could be that exclusive hideaway you are looking for. The Attic is a great place to eat, drink, socialise and be entertained whilst in breathtaking surroundings. At The Attic we can cater for events up to 100 people. The Attic can be exclusively hired on Sunday, Monday & Tuesday.
This bar offers fantastic views and wonderfully attentive staff, I would definitely recommend a visit here and will certainly be returning to show off the fabulous bar to my friends!
Great Drinks and friendly staff, view is exceptional even on a rainy evening such as the one I was there for. will definitely be going back
It was a very nice experience. We enjoyed the latino music and the nice athmosphere. The view is amazing. The bar deffinitely is worth it.
Great place for a team bonding. Highly recommended. Nice views
The view was the main attraction for us and we were not disappointed as it was indeed spectacular. However service was poor; we sat down at our table but weren't even offered a menu let alone offered a drink for example; and the pricey cocktails weren't actually that good; we both love Pink Coladas and rated the one we ordered at around 4 out of 10 for example with the other 4 we had not fairing much better; though the chap who made them for us was obviously out of his depth a little and did actually apologise for his obvious confusion; he left a key ingredient out of one of the cocktails until I pointed it out to him for example; stating that he actually worked in the bar of the downstairs restaurant (presumably they were short of staff that night) so it may be that we were just 'unlucky'. The view however made the visit memorable none the less!
Went with my boss to celebrate my birthday. Entrance through Tomlinson restaurant on the ground level of Pan Peninula East Tower, lift up to 48th floor. Stunning views, average food, good service.
View was incredible - cocktails were great. Don't feel like the staff were overly friendly. We had gone towards the later part of the night so understandably, no one wants to be at work, but just showed a little.
Nice bar with good views over the Isle of Dogs. Can be tricky to find so make sure you ask or do your research as the entrance is within Tompkins bar.
the service was a bit slow, food menu was very limited (only platters), not much atmosphere, the view is great but there are definitely better ones in london
My friend and I visited this place last night and I was expecting something really special and amazing. I was sadly very disappointed. The barmen were inhospitable and there lack of service just added to the disappointment. I think there are better places in London, without the consistent service charge. Will never return