The Shard Bar 31 opens at no.31 St Thomas street and we have all the details…

If you’re yet to have headed to one of the delicious eateries or bars within the Shard, it’s about time you put that right. And what better chance to do so, than with the new opening of The Shard Bar 31 at London Bridge, No.31 St. Thomas Street. Created by locals, for locals, this is very much a community space, with artwork depicting the bar’s local community crafted on site, and local musicians playing live songs.

A carefully selected drinks menu, alongside a range of tasty light bites will be on offer, including beers from nearby Bermondsey breweries, local gins and spirits as well as homemade lemonade and a selection of cocktails, wines and Champagnes.

The Shard Bar 31 London Bridge

Food wise, The Shard Bar 31 at London Bridge focuses heavily on locally sourced ingredients to populate their food menu. This includes a range of carefully crafted bites such as the forbidden rice Buddha bowl with kale, fermented vegetables, almond and basil or the black cod wraps. British cured meats from Cannon & Cannon and cheeses from Neal’s Yard Dairy combine to form the perfect sharing plate, especially when paired with a glass of wine.

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The Shard Bar 31 London Bridge

Live music will take place every Friday and Saturday night with talented buskers being recruited from the streets between Bermondsey and London Bridge to Piccadilly Circus. For somewhere to relax and listen to smooth guitar chords and beautiful voices, this is the place to be! Throughout the year, Bar 31 is set to host a whole range of events from open mic and comedy nights, to art masterclasses and yoga sessions on the outdoor terrace.

Decor wise, a host of local artists have provided the visual backdrop for Bar 31, with a collection of newly commissioned installations – many of which have been crafted on site. In keeping with the neighbourhood vibe, the walls of the bar are set to display an ever-changing collection of work from skilled city artists. For example, a mosaic entitled ‘A Riot of Colour’ will soon feature on a wall of the bar, having been hand crafted using ceramic pieces that have washed up on the banks of the River Thames and which date back to the Roman times.

Situated at the base of The Shard on the busy commuter trail, Bar 31 is unassumingly the closest bar to London Bridge Station and will offer office workers, visitors and locals an authentic welcome into a thriving London neighbourhood. With its floor to ceiling windows and friendly relaxed service, the bar gives a sense that life outside has been brought inside.

The Shard Bar 31 at London Bridge

Bar 31 is designed to offer an authentic experience and taste of the city, fast embedding itself as part of the London Bridge community. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to relax for most of the night or to pop for a quick drink and great atmosphere, look no further than Bar 31 at London Bridge.

Bar 31 is open from 11:00 – 22:00 Monday to Wednesday and from 11:00 – 23:00 Thursday to Saturday.

For more information: Bar 31

Phone: +44 (0) 207 234 8000

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