Pergola Paddington to close

By James McAllister

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Pergola Paddington to close

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Pergola Paddington has announced it will be permanently closing its doors later this month.

The outdoor food and drinks venue, which is owned and operated by the London-based Incipio Group, announced the decision on Instagram​, describing it as the ‘end of an era’.

It read: “After six and a half years of making unforgettable memories with millions of wonderful guests, our time at Pergola Paddington is coming to an end and we will be closing our doors permanently on January 20, 2024.

“Since opening in July 2017, we've had the privilege of hosting some of London's most famous parties from Pergola Paraiso to Deck The Halls.

“The Pergola name will live on at Pergola On The Wharf and an exciting future space to be announced soon!”

Pergola will be open as usual until the 20th​ and will be hosting a closing down party on its final night featuring a line-up of ‘special guest DJs and surprises’.

The closure will leave Incipio Group with eight venues, all located in the capital. They include neighbourhood bar The 411 in Angel; The Libertine at The Royal Exchange; and The Palm House in Victoria. 

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