Situated on Artillery Passage, moments from Liverpool Street station, Grapeshots brims with character and charm. The wood panelling, hessian-clad walls and wine related artifacts collected over the years by the Davy family create a genuine, warm atmosphere. Food focuses on quality British classics with salads, a small plate selection and sandwiches for those who want a lighter bite. The wine list features well-chosen bottles from old and new world; and a selection of premium ales are also available, as well as the ever popular Old Wallop drawn into pewter tankards.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) par personne|
£25 and under
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Venue Details & Map
2/3 Artillery PassageLondonE1 7LJ
Top 5 reviews of Grapeshots
Great little boutique wine merchants bar!
Price at £8 for a small glass of red plonk it was a quick one and move on but the atmosphere was lovely and it was at least homely for the city of London area . All lit by candles its also quite nice for a date or couples night out! Or even post work drinks if you happen to work round there! more
I just love this place. Sometimes we come here for work Happy Hours. The atmosphere is amazing, and it's so refreshing to find a "Wine Pub". They have a couple amazing beers on tap and many more in bottles, but their specialty is wine of course and they have a great selection.
You'll spend a bit more than going to a pub next door, but not by much. They have some outdoor standing tables in... more
+ hidden gem
+ huge selection of wine
+ quiet place to catch up
- a bit pricey
Grapeshots is located in the lanes across the road from Liverpool Street station. Despite its proximity to the city, it's not particularly busy, which is great if you are after somewhere quiet to catch up with friends.
The place offers wines by the glass or bottle, and the price can be... more
This place is cute.
It's small and dark but I really like it here.
I tend to come here when I'm after a few beers and moving around the area. It's good, not normally too busy and the beer is decent.
I don't drink the wine. Sorry. But I'm sure it's great. more
I am rating this place highly only due to its location, venue and building. It's a very old fashioned and typical place to be, the decor and environment feel very historic and you do feel like you've stepped back in time to an old upper class pub!
It is a shame that the wine is so expensive - the least expensive glass of wine (small!) will cost you £5.
But if you are a wine connoisseur,... more