Everything you need to know about Darwin & Wallace’s new location in the bustling Canary Wharf


Darwin & Wallace, the collection of independent sustainable bars located in quintessential London villages, has today revealed the name of its eighth location, ‘No 35 Mackenzie Walk’, which will open on the waterfront in Canary Wharf this October.

Only a stone’s throw from Canary Wharf tube station, No 35 Mackenzie Walk will provide a lively all-day hangout, from Monday morning coffee to Friday evening cocktails; lazy weekend breakfasts and long lunches; to after-work socials and Sunday roasts.

With a large feature bar surrounded by feasting tables, bar-top seating and cosy lounge areas set with bespoke sofas and armchairs, No 35 Mackenzie Walk is the perfect spot for post-work drinks, private parties, team meetings or cosy get-togethers.

A south-facing waterside terrace spanning the length of the bar offers a relaxing space for people watching, or a seat to while away the day with friends over cocktails and scratch-cooked sharer plates.

Darwin & Wallace is a collection of neighbourhood bars in quintessential London villages: No 11 Pimlico Road, No 32 The Old Town, No 1a Duke Street, No 197 Chiswick Fire Station, No 29 Power Station West, 601 Queen’s Rd and No 17 Dickens Yard. Heavily commended for its attention to detail and conscious mindset across all locations, the group was recognised as the ‘Best Sustainable Pub Company’ at the highly regarded Publican Awards 2019 and has been celebrated by the Sustainable Restaurant Association since inception, achieving a coveted 3-star rating in 2017. Recognised for its intricate design, Darwin & Wallace bars have been repeat winners at the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards, most recently achieving two awards for No 29 Power Station West in 2018.