Cannon Street saw newly refurbished pub, Cannick Tapps, reopen last week celebrating history meeting the avant-garde of modern city life.
The finest London craft ales and locally inspired menu provide a welcome stop for city workers and tourists alike, in a contemporary, artisan craft setting.
It’s quaint and a £200,000 spend has brought the traditional London pub, the ultimate tourist destination, bang up to date.
Featured is the beer wall, an eye-catching shrine to the best in craft beers. BrewDog Punk IPA, Hop House 13 and Mean Time London Lager ooze premium for today’s dynamic drinker.
Four real ales, including London Pride and Reverend James, contrast with a funky range of classics, offered two-for-one during the post work chill down 5-8pm; Prosecco tipples in at £14 a bottle too. London wouldn’t be London without a range of deadly gins, which have been infused and paired with the ultimate in flavoured tonics and garnishes.
The best of British pub food offers up the finest of traditionally seasoned sausages and comforting pies sourced from award-winning, world-renowned HG Walter family butchers of London.
Tuesday brings traditional quiz night in the heartbeat of the city; Wednesday acoustic stardom on the open mic night; before end of week Fizz Friday.
Opening Hours: Mon & Tue: 11am-10pm; Wed-Fri: 11am-11pm, Sat: 12pm-8pm
Cannick Tapps, 109 Cannon street, London, EC4N 5AD, 02076 268246