Located in central London, the lively Boisdale of Canary Wharf offers brides a taste of Scotland overlooking the fountains of Cabot Square. The restaurant is situated in an impressive two-storey building, offering a variety of unique attractions. With a Whisky Bar, Cuban Cigar Library and Oyster Bar – Boisdale of Canary Wharf is a quirky and energetic location for a wedding.
Getting married at Boisdale
If you’re looking to get married at Boisdale, then you are in for an unique and fun-filled experience. With a license for civil ceremonies, couples can exchange their vows in the Gallery or Paul Gauguin rooms. The venue is available for small or large weddings, with the flexibility of hiring the first or second floor, or even both. Boisdale successfully celebrates two of life’s simple pleasures – excellent food and great live music to make your wedding a fun-filled party.
The Whisky Bar and Cigar Library
Boisdale makes no secret of its taste for good whisky; the venue offer a huge variety of over 1000 whiskies. Featuring special blend whisky from worldwide destinations, the Whisky Bar is the perfect place for that post-wedding toast. If that wasn’t enough, the venue also offers its own exclusive 16 square metre Cigar Library which stocks rare vintage cigars. Having its very own humidor stocked with Cuban cigars is a quirky extra for your guests to enjoy.
The Whisky Bar and Cigar Library are not only eccentric attractions at a wedding, they are also fun experiences for a stag or hen weekend.
Boisdale boasts a spectacular party vibe, with a strong focus on World Class lively jazz music. With the venue owning a music agency, Boisdale is home to a variety of bands and artists who can play at your big day. Just to set the vibe – Jules Holland is a repeated performer at Boisdale. Holding your wedding at Boisdale will enable you to create the ultimate reception party for your guests. With well equipped staging, sound and lighting – your reception will feel like a private gig.
Whilst Boisdale of Canary Wharf may be perfect if you’re planning a large wedding, they also have two other fantastic venues in London which are more suitable for smaller weddings. Both Bishopsgate and Belgravia hold strong scottish connections, with both venues offering fine whisky and Scottish food.
Here’s what Tatler had to say about the venue!
“BCW has become London’s No. 1 jazz venue, with Jools Holland as its Patron of Music and an all-star, year-round jazz calendar featuring bands and artists like Nils Solberg, the Red Stripe Band and Yolanda Brown. Set over two floors, with a huge cigar terrace overlooking Cabot Square, this is a real supper club with wonderful ‘Boisdale’ food and a terrific atmosphere. And if you still think Canary Wharf is hard to get to, wise up – it’s just 13 minutes on the Jubilee Line from Green Park. Very cool for cats.” Tatler